Ashu looked at the man facing him. He had liked him before, but despised him now. It had to be done; the fellow’s faults were incorrigible. He raised his gun and fired a shot. Some splinters flew and he fainted, his hand still clutching the gun. The next week Ashu’s family visited him at the … Continue reading Attempted murder
There she was, calm and unaffected by the loneliness that surrounded her. Physics told him opposites attract. So he kept running around her in circles, hoping she’d take notice and they’d meet someday. No one told him the union was impossible: he was the sole electron and she the only proton in a hydrogen atom.
Broke away From the orbit Steering into outer space Fallen Bruised a knee Grazed some skin. Walked on Through the web Reached a dead end Hammered away Found no way Reverted To the origin Of the big bang Sought a new arc, A different ellipse Around the sun Struggling to get away From the black … Continue reading Rebound
Youth runs Wild, untempered In fields sprayed with sunbeams Shining off elegant tresses That dodge the wind while it Runs through the plain He matches pace with fleeting hares Birds streaming through blue skies Watch in awe as Youth runs.
He leaned towards her, she closed her eyes. She clenched her fists as he entered her, making her body quiver with his violent thrust. It was all over within a minute. “Susie, we should've done this months ago”, said the dentist, and placed her stained brown molar on his plate.
Mark stared at the carnage Richard had unleashed upon him. Only four of his able men had survived Richard’s attacks – too small a number to challenge the might of his nemesis. "I give up, you’ve got me this time," he mumbled extending his hand to Richard, "in just 21 moves!"