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Caricature Of A Lonely Heart: 4

Everything else started in earnest after that. They were welcomed and introduced to the students. As always, many of the students had taken to divalicious Julia. The girls liked her sense of style and the little scarves she ties around her neck. And the boys, well, talk about teen crushes. “Some people think they are … Continue reading Caricature Of A Lonely Heart: 4

Caricature Of A Lonely Heart: 1

Each morning Sean would wake up with a feeling of loneliness and depression, it came from living in a country that’s oceans away from yours. His childhood was over where he had everything handed down to him either by his parents or by his sister. The decision his sister took to send him out of … Continue reading Caricature Of A Lonely Heart: 1

Beautiful Colors Of Sin: 20

Two days after, Marvin still wasn’t sure what to do with the revelation. He however decided to start somewhere. He didn’t know how he would go about it but he had to make Alice listen to him this time. He was trying to concentrate on his driving but the honking of cars and his boys … Continue reading Beautiful Colors Of Sin: 20

Beautiful Colors Of Sin: 19

It was hurtful to see Alice in pain. Marvin had felt like sinking into the ground that day at the restaurant and at the post office. His confusion was really ridiculous, he knew. But he did not want to complicate things. It was true, the feelings and interest and attraction between him and Alice had … Continue reading Beautiful Colors Of Sin: 19

The Travails Of Eve’s Daughters. Chapter One, Part Two

  “I just received a promotion letter detailing my new status as an executive director of my firm, isn’t that great mum?” Liz laughed, “My year of toil has finally paid off.” She sat in her office on the thirteenth floor of Finacorp Trust house twirling the cord of the earphone as she spoke with … Continue reading The Travails Of Eve’s Daughters. Chapter One, Part Two