• Yuki commented on the post, continued 2 years, 3 months ago

    “To be continued…”

    She closed the book and leaned back against her seat. Is this really the end of such a delightful series that had followed her from childhood?

    The word mocked her even though the cover innocently winked at her.

  • Yuki commented on the post, apron 2 years, 5 months ago

    “What is this?”
    Malik immediately threw down the offending picture of him in a frilly pink apron, drunkenly operating a pan over a stove.
    Casey snickered as he snatched up the picture. “It’s you, dude!”

  • Yuki commented on the post, arts 6 years, 3 months ago

    The splash of colours adorn the pallet and white canvas just as it adorn the multitudinous glass windows that stream constant sunlight into the room. Small rainbows abound and reflect off the floors and corners and walls, making the room festive and cheerful.
    And in the corner sits a lonely boy, dull and grey. If only he could reach the colours.…[Read more]

  • Yuki commented on the post, somebody 6 years, 3 months ago

    Somebody like you, I’m sure I will meet one day. But not now and not in the distant future. For I am scarred and I hide in the corner whenever as much as a shadow pass by. But I am sure that later on in life, when I am forty, fifty, an ageing woman with fine wrinkles and a throaty laugh, I will perchance on someone as equal as you could have been.

  • Yuki commented on the post, forth 6 years, 3 months ago

    Go forth my wayward children who cannot step back a single step on pain of death. Do not look back because the future is forever expanding and you must grasp it in your own two hands and make it yield to you. If […]

  • Yuki commented on the post, raised 6 years, 4 months ago

    raised me up
    caring for me
    loving me
    but no longer

    there is now an empty hole where you should be
    there is now a black hole
    a dark crevice
    and a lot of rage

    red and black bleeding together
    forevermore

  • Yuki commented on the post, civilize 6 years, 4 months ago

    how civilized
    dripping through a tiny hole
    slowly falling
    like grains of sand
    towards the bottom
    where they drown
    like animals
    squealing
    how civilized indeed

  • Yuki commented on the post, signs 6 years, 4 months ago

    The multitude of build boards nearly blinded him as he frantically swiveled his head to search for the one the man on the phone had told him to find. It was actually more of an order than a politely phrased […]

  • Yuki commented on the post, vote 6 years, 4 months ago

    “All in favour, raise your hand.” Three hands shakily rose up before slinking down rapidly under the glare of the judge.
    “And all those against?” The rest of the room did the same motion; the judge practically […]

  • Yuki commented on the post, hundred 6 years, 4 months ago

    And like a hundred beating hearts that were hammering before him, his own pounded against his chest. He licked his dry lips and in the next second, twisted the knife into his chest, stopping the only connecting […]

  • Yuki commented on the post, breath 6 years, 4 months ago

    The air comes out of her lungs sharply as the man across from her steps closer and closer, practically looming over her. She steps back; her elbow hits the wall behind her and she stops short, still inhaling and […]

  • Yuki commented on the post, fried 6 years, 5 months ago

    The beef was the pan was charcoal black and unmistakably dead.
    A giggle emerged from behind the door of the kitchen and he chose to ignore it as he studiously poked at the slab of coal with the spatula.
    More […]

  • Yuki commented on the post, asthma 6 years, 5 months ago

    A cat brushed her leg, purring as it rubbed its cheek against her smooth skin.
    A dainty cough was heard as her hand came up to cover her small mouth.
    “Are you okay?” A concerned voice echoed her cough, in a […]

  • Yuki commented on the post, towers 6 years, 5 months ago

    An ivy tower blocks the sun; the sole window opens out towards a terrace where he stood now. Looking down, all he saw were minuscule dots, the people below looking like multiple ants doing the day’s labor.
    He […]