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Like a winged- bird

‘On your mark, get set, go’, resounds in the distance.

The very thought of the tracks rejuvenates me. I see myself, flying.

A zealous participant on the tracks, either in sports or in life would associate with the euphoria, the excitement, the do-or-die commitment in the pursuit of the  finish line. 73 more words


“The thing about my hands and fingertips,….they were made for more than writing, fighting, and painting. They were meant to be used along with my heart to touch another with understanding and loves passion.

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HI[S]TORY about Secret Admirer, inspired by true story of mine


By Yasmin Hadi


I swear to God it’s her. I know it’s her. It must be her.

Sudah berbulan-bulan lamanya aku menantikan momen ini. 4,958 more words


Camel Caravan

Big city.
Crossing highway.

Camel caravan is on it.
Make a long queue and keep on steadily.

It is a terrible annoyance to the car. 196 more words

Short Story

A/N: This short story was submitted to a creative anthology but didn’t make it passed the second round of voting. I’m excited that I get to share this with you all regardless of not making it through to the publishing stage. 779 more words


Elizabeth: September Short Story

It’s been a while, but now that summer is coming to a close and I’m back from vacation, it’s time to get back to my monthly short stories. 1,564 more words

Fiction Writing

FICTION: Loneliness by Kit Jenkins

Evan Paley woke up alone. Dana, his wife, was already moving. Steam from her shower diffused into the bedroom. And condensed on the marble window sill overtop the grain. 4,319 more words