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Revenge, a poem by Kayla Williamson

My heartbeat quivers

With the sound of your whispers

Telling me that I’m not good enough to be

The whole earth whimpers

From the heat of my temper… 73 more words


Flash Fiction: Revenge 1

This is the third part of this tale.

Read the first part here – Flash Fiction: Broken Fence

Read the second part here – Flash Fiction: The Tree… 124 more words

Flash Fiction

Getting Ornery in My Old Age

It was the last day of March, 2017, and I innocuously responded to a post made in an enormous private Facebook group created to be sort of a digital watering hole for people in my profession. 2,975 more words


The wait - FFfAW

Hidden behind the bushes, she kept an eye on the house with green window panes. It had taken her three years to discover his recent address after he escaped from the previous city. 180 more words


“Women always have to put up a fucking fight!” Revenge as a post-#MeToo film

Coralie Fargeat’s Revenge is an astonishing accomplishment. I saw it a couple of months ago and I’ve been itching to write about it ever since. It’s a perfect example of visceral female filmmaking. 1,804 more words


Quote for Today: Jeanette Winterson

You cannot disown what is yours. Flung out, there is always the return, the reckoning, the revenge, perhaps the reconciliation.
There is always the return. And the wound will take you there. 20 more words

Quote For Today

Ittefaq. Truth, Lies and a Clue in the middle

Ittefaq (Coincidence), the conclusion states “Some use the truth, some use the lies, I used a coincidence”. This a remake of the classic starring Rajesh Khanna and Nanda about an unfortunate, his misfortune and a stranger in the night. 659 more words