Category: Short Stories


It was the day of my 20th birthday. A package came in from my mother. I haven’t seen my mother in a while and my father in an even longer time. My father wasn’t in my life for most of it. I never really understood why. I always saw pictures of the three of us […]


Being a kid, wishing to get older. You begin by wanting life to speed up and get past the boring parts but without realizing some of the best years pass by in that blur. First day of school, first friends, first kiss, so many firsts that you’ll never experience for the first time ever again. […]


Ineffable Too great or extreme to be expressed or described in words.   Sitting back in the car watching the endless road approach the family van and pass by us before vanishing back into infinity behind us. I remember fragments of said family vacations like little notes to myself for when I get older is […]


Mellifluous sweet or musical; pleasant to hear It was a typical Sunday morning as I sat outside and listened to the birds chirp their songs and the gentle breeze of fresh morning air pass on by. I pulled out my notebook and wrote poetry of these simple, yet beautiful things happening around me when my […]


aquiver In a state of trepidation or vibrant agitation; trembling;¬†quivering   Drip, drop, drip, drop. The rain falls down the window. As I peer out the window, a storm brews outside. Even with the intensity building I couldn’t help feel a sensation of serenity, peace and calmness with the knowing of what ever happens, happens. […]


Imagine being an ancient human without word, without language to talk to each other. Being madly in love with someone without a way to show your affection. Being sympathetic to someone without being able to say your condolences. Being extremely happy for someone without being able to say you were. Until one day you realize […]