The tension in the room was enough to make even the toughest of the tough break out in a sweat. Guns were drawn and as my eyes roamed over those present before me I felt my pulse hammer waiting to … Continue reading Last Meals (SHORT STORY)
“What a kind insult!” he chuckled, “And here I thought he was looking down on us, but no, he’s got a kindness to him doesn’t he!” The crowd in the tavern let loose a low cacophony of short laughs and … Continue reading SHORTY STORY: Untitled (Midweek Mental Meandering)
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A thunderous right hand sent me teetering backward. I could feel a tiny trickle of blood drip from the gash where the punch had landed at my left cheek-bone, accompanied by the burn and throb around that break in the skin that was par for the course when taking a hit. Could have been much worse, probably would have been if the It standing before me had been trying harder. Continue reading “Succor Punch (Short Story)”
All around him, his battallion of crack troops ran riot through the humble mountain village. There were screams of terror and anguish as the armed and armoured warriors broke into houses and forcibly pulled people out into the dirt with nary an ounce of humanity in their manner. A few villagers tried to run but realising only too late that the Sultans men had doused the villages perimited fencing with oils that were now ablaze – the wooden fencing built to keep wild animals out of the village was now in a twisted turn, penning in the very people who had built it for their safety. Continue reading “Vengeance Amidst The Flame (Short Story)”
“Hey! Eye’s down here!”, she said sternly, pointing down at her lithe, hourglass body. “Yes Mistress!”, nodding joyously, the little man lowered his gaze from her face and proceeded to pay homage to her amazing beauty. For her part, Tilottama … Continue reading [short story] Castles In The Air
This is the second installment in my “Doc Patient” series of short stories, if you’d like to the first (NOT REQUIRED to read this story) then you can HERE at your liesure. Enjoy! —————————— “And there I was! Trapped by … Continue reading Doc Patient and The Prism Sentence
Them’s The Breaks. “God-dammit Reena! I can’t take this anymore!” Bhairav roared as he paced around the room. The room itself looked as though a tornado had hit it, everything was in disarray and the air was thick with tension … Continue reading Short Story: Them’s The Breaks.