A conversation – short story – Part II

The THC was hitting his brain incredibly hard. Eric hadn't realized how stressed he had been. Was it the long week that had just ended or the stressful conversation he had with Lina? Perhaps a mix of both situations. So, instead of stressing further, he took a puff, his fourth, inhaled every ounce of smoke …

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BURUNDAIS ET BURUNDAISES, APPRENEZ VOTRE HISTOIRE!

Mon texte concerne les Burundais et Burundaises mais il pourrait être traduit dans toutes les langues du monde et s’appliquer au monde entier car le sujet est universel.  Mes frères Burundais et mes sœurs Burundaises, permettez-moi de vous dire une vérité intemporelle; vous avez un devoir moral de connaître votre propre histoire.  Je vous prie …

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A conversation – short story – part I

The restaurant lights were dimmed to near darkness. The atmosphere was purposefully intimate. There was a warmth that felt right. Eric got there 15 minutes early and sat at a table way in the back of the restaurant. Lina got there at 8pm, sharp, as precise as an alarm. He got up to greet her …

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YOU DO NOT HAVE ANY “HATERS”!

It’s about time I talked about haters. I find the subject tremendously funny, entertaining, and finally, sad. I know when people talk about “haters”, it usually says more about them than their alleged “haters”. Please notice I put the word hater in parentheses because I know people use it in a misguided way. Perhaps the …

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LA PERCEPTION, CE POIDS SUBJECTIF.

Le but de chaque « artiste » et surtout de tout écrivain, est d’être compris. Je partage mes écrits car j’ai quelque chose à dire et je désire être compris, mais je ne veux aucunement faire l’unanimité. Ce dernier détail de taille fait que je sois souvent perçu comme arrogant, orgueilleux, hautain, imbu de moi-même et portant …

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SO, A NEW YEAR HAS DAWNED…

Well, we went from December 31st to January 1st like any other regular day. We simply went from Friday to Saturday. Nothing changed, really. The coronavirus is still as vivacious and imposing as ever, winter is still thriving in my part of the world, the sun still rises from the east and sets in the …

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