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Mr. Shorty, The Firero

He came inside huffing like a dog and sat on the chair without saying hello to me. His fat fingers held a wad of documents, and he had an expression on his face that told me he  had either witnessed a crime or had climbed all fourteen floors of this building. “How can I help?” … Continue reading Mr. Shorty, The Firero

The Green On The Mountain

With his tiny little feet, he stepped on tiny pebbles across the shores, that little boy Timothy, and he kept stomping on them and kicking them away one after the other. It was fun. Monkeying around on the sand and throwing pebbles into the blue and calm ocean. Wooop they went. He rejoiced every time … Continue reading The Green On The Mountain

Van Gogh in a Skirt

While laying the books on the desk with a disturbing thud she has looked at me. Her starched skirt ballooning, as she sits down two seats behind me to the right – that newcomer in the class, with panda eyes, dressed in a crumpled white plaid shirt, grey skirt, and a big distracting bandage on her left … Continue reading Van Gogh in a Skirt

June Edition: Dark Fright & the Seven Dwarfettes and other stories

The write club magazine June 2018 edition has a total of four stories from four different authors. The count dropped, I know. Even I did not see this coming. My story this month is not really a story - story, it's a monologue. And if that's not enough, I actually call it, "Bossy-Flossy Monologues". I … Continue reading June Edition: Dark Fright & the Seven Dwarfettes and other stories

The Madagascar High School

The earth’s equator is the tropics, hot, rain-drenched and vulnerable. It’s where the Madagascar High school is located, and in next few minutes, we will spend exploring this wild and unusual realm of absurdity. More than half the world’s ignorant but talented species live in these conditions. It’s a vertical landscape that pushes the very … Continue reading The Madagascar High School