Once Upon a Tale — The Imposter Son

Silas had a very unhappy start to his life. Conceived out of wedlock, his biological father refused to take responsibility and abandoned them. Scared of what society would say, his mother, unwilling to abort, left her baby at the doorstep of an orphanage. The people there took him in and Continue Reading

Dear Coronavirus

Dear Coronavirus,

No, it is not fun anymore. Binge-watching only makes sense when I’m under academic pressure. And while I’m not a fan of social gatherings, I’d prefer to have an option. Online Ludo is not the same as the real thing and I am not going to play it Continue Reading

Falling Feathers: A Story About Anorexia

Anorexia Nervosa, or Anorexia, is a type of eating disorder. Its symptoms revolve around self-starvation and losing weight. A person suffering from anorexia would consider themselves to be overweight and, hence, would restrict themselves from consuming a sufficient amount of food. If left untreated, this could turn into a life-threatening Continue Reading

Home— Day Nine of NaPoWriMo

My dad smells of a lavender perfume

which doesn’t belong to my mom.

My mom reeks of menthols

that I’ve been asking her to quit.

 

Dad’s not staying for the dinner,

“urgent meeting” is his pretext.

She smiles sadly, her eyes so dull,

the door shuts, and silence befalls.… Continue Reading

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