Quietly stepping out, Ozy slowly shut and locked the door to her small self-contained flat, shoved the key down the back pocket of her denim shorts before walking towards the gate. The time was about 6:04 that Saturday morning and the rest of the neighbours were yet to awaken. Ozy was on a mission this … Continue reading Red Paper.
One unbearable hour and fifteen minutes had slowly gone by and the classroom was still dead-silent. If you loathed Mathematics as much as more than half the boys of S.S 2C did, you would empathize with their predicament. What was the importance of learning Math when they had specifically chosen the Arts’ alm of the … Continue reading Microchips
Amara slowly descended the staircase, step-by-step. Where had everyone gone this Saturday afternoon? Waking up from her short nap, she was shocked to find an empty apartment. Both Mum and Dad were not in their bedroom, and neither was Junior, her younger brother of eleven anywhere to be found. Such had not happened since they … Continue reading Amara.
“How are you?” Chiugo’s eyes flickered open to the blackness. She must have dozed off while watching Grojband. Today was a public holiday, so Mummy had let her stay up late. Chiugo liked cartoons a lot. “How are you?” Coco was on a talking spree this early and Chiugo wished he would shut up and stop … Continue reading Urban Jungle