PROMPT#3 Simin lived in that dust-pinched, one-room apartment with her boyfriend Barry, and his dead dog, Zulu. She had been concerned with dishes, out of wedlock, for three years, when the scrambling mammal collapsed under the sink. It wasn’t quite dead yet; she was staring at dog-paralyses or whatever it is Doctor Abu called it. … Continue reading Dead Dog
The rest of the world is dark; only the skies above the Dark Continent have a fat sun, hanging amidst its clouds. I am now only lord of the Harmattan, Lord of September, the Sahara and phantoms of a single light That stands up straight without a stormy midday. I only accompany the fires that … Continue reading The Sun of the African Sky
He could have been known as an old retched wizard, but it is now left for him to decide the truth after a wealthy man dies… My uncle lived most of the important aspect of his life at the other side of the day. He could have been the head master to the … Continue reading A Heart In A Bank
I have been on that steep edge, And I’ve looked down at the bottom beauty with its wonderful pledge. That cliff takes you to that drunk and light headed verge Of love before you slip off its rocky ledge. You would most likely fall off quickly if you are young Because the wind there is … Continue reading Love Cliff.