Love and Illusions (Part 2)

"What is this?" I half shouted. He showed me another picture of Tade, a much younger version of him. This time, it was an obituary. I laughed. "What sort of expensive joke is this, young man? Don't make me call security on you." He sighed. "I hate to be the one to break this to … Continue reading Love and Illusions (Part 2)

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

I drew down the sleeves of my jacket and hugged myself tightly. It was becoming unusually chilly for a hot afternoon. I looked around, then at my wristwatch. It was fifteen minutes past two. Vincent was running late. Why was he taking so long? I had befriended Vincent at the cemetery. Ever since my parents … Continue reading UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Darkest Fear.

Oiza had always been afraid of the dark. It all started when she was four. Her mum had taken her shopping for new toys in a vintage store. As they approached the toy aisle, she had pulled her hands away from her mums' and had run along the aisle, admiring every toy on the shelves. … Continue reading Darkest Fear.

Life's a Beach.

 Tears began to form a puddle at the base of her eyes as she looked from the paper to her beautiful family; her happy family that had no idea they could anytime be without a wife and mum. “I’m sorry ma’am but you’ve been diagnosed with advanced leukemia.”