THE LITTLE OBEDIENT WALL CLOCK

THE LITTLE OBEDIENT WALL CLOCK
by DavidBokolo

He did not know that I only had to change the battery of the clock to let it start ticking on. I looked at it hanging on the wall, regarding me soberly while obediently, giving me an accurate time schedule about my daily routine.

Diary (Day 37, 38, 39)

Diary (Day 37, 38, 39)

by Lorenzo A. Fernandez Jr.

Day 37

Today’s Friday and it’s as boring as yesterday. That pastor who produces mushroom fruiting bags is a damn liar like a damn politician. Justin told me that he has already sold all the damn bags. He has kept us waiting for...

Diary (Day 34, 35, 36)

Diary (Day 34, 35, 36)

by Lorenzo A. Fernandez Jr.

Day 34

Justin got home from school and he had with him their school organ, where he is a staff writer. He is a freshman college student. He showed me his 3 published poems. I was expecting no errors because I had edited them. But I...

The Obedient Little Wall Clock 3

The Obedient Little Wall Clock 3
by DavidBokolo

How important our useless things could be when we lost them. This is the concluding part of the little Obedient Wall Clock.

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The little obedient Wall Clock 2

The little obedient Wall Clock 2
by DavidBokolo

Just closing the Month of September with Part 2 of the little obedient wall clock. You know, I'm just musing.

The Little Obedient Wall Clock

The Little Obedient Wall Clock
by DavidBokolo

You will not believe the importance of those little gadgets we keep around our homes

The Game

The Game
by rayalez

Prompt: You live in a small hut in mountains with insane internet speed and huge gaming rig but one day your PC breaks down and the closest repair station is 25 kilometres away and now you're forced to face the beauty of nature.

Unaware

Unaware
by rayalez

Prompt: The apocalypse has continued for years now, but you've never noticed.

Mistyped Letter

Mistyped Letter
by galaxypotato

There were two lovely couple that were going on their honeymoon in Hawaii. But the lovely wife couldn't go to their destination at the same time as the husband. So the husband went earlier before her.

He checked in the hotel that...

Beyond Plan Z

Beyond Plan Z
by Teddy Kimathi

This is the story about a physicist who was determined to make a time machine. His obsession unfortunately landed him in an asylum.

Horror at the Mall

Horror at the Mall
by PenFairy

What could possible cause your heart skip a beat when you are at the shopping mall with your mom?

Man Bangs

Man Bangs
by PriM

Siena, once attracted to her man's bangs, but after a revelation, it has to go.

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Washington Day

Washington Day

by kimee28

Unity starts with our own family...... :-)

I am the word, the pain and the comforter

I am the word, the pain and the comforter
by Aubrey Marotswane

How loud can I scream, how long I can stand this heat. Nothing hurts more than the word, even a painful tooth ache or a bruise on top of an eye can’t hurt more

Ooooh Dear President Obama; THE GRASS HAS REFUSED!!!

Ooooh Dear President Obama; THE GRASS HAS REFUSED!!!

by celestialmind

Now that the President Obama fever has subsided after his visit to my country, I can generously share my 'pre-visit' piece about the frenzy of grass growing in three days before his arrival. This I had shared on another site. I hope you enjoy!

He is my king

He is my king
by PenFairy

Sometimes mothers can be naggy and demanding, but in the end, all they want is for you to be happy.

Diary (Day 31, 32, 33)

Diary (Day 31, 32, 33)

by Lorenzo A. Fernandez Jr.

Day 31

This morning the wife arrived home from Bataan. I fetched her in front of the Jesus Is Lord Church of Eddie Villanueva (who cares about this presidential loser now) near the Cabanatuan Central Terminal. She had bought some...

Inkspot and the 'odd' encounter

Inkspot and the 'odd' encounter
by neonip

A writer stumbled upon something strange...

Diary (Day 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24)

Diary (Day 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24)

by Lorenzo A. Fernandez Jr.

Day 18

Not much. We celebrated two birthdays in advance. One is for Justin and the other for the wife. The reason is that all members of the family are available during Sundays if there’s something to celebrate....

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Miserable guy at the work

Miserable guy at the work
by neonip

The story = A depressed man create multiple persona. To escape reality.

Diary (Day 15, 16, 17)

Diary (Day 15, 16, 17)
by Lorenzo A. Fernandez Jr.

Day 15

Today is as lousy as Day 13 (January 10, 2006). This time I have an annoying throat irritation. I’m not myself again and I feel like a fool....

The Stranger on The Bus

The Stranger on The Bus
by PenFairy

What do you do when a stranger grabs your phone?

Diary (Day 11, 12, 13, 14)

Diary (Day 11, 12, 13, 14)

by Lorenzo A. Fernandez Jr.

Day 11

I usually sneeze every time I wake up early in the morning. It’s not a habit but an allergy, allergic rhinitis, to be specific. Ah, I could have been someone else if I didn’t have this damn allergy. I have to blow my...

Diary (Day 8, 9, 10)

Diary (Day 8, 9, 10)

by Lorenzo A. Fernandez Jr.

Day 8

Thursday morning, I have a mental block. Nothing to write about. I’m sitting on a comfortable chair and the table is just right despite the clutter but the mind has nothing to bite. I had better write about nothing or spend...

Diary (Day 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)

Diary (Day 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)

by Lorenzo A. Fernandez Jr.

Day 3

Last night I had a 30-minute walk—or jog?—on the treadmill (we bought it on December 25). That was my longest walk on the treadmill since it was bought. Now I feel I have stronger legs, the muscle pain slowly...

Diary (Day 1, 2)

Diary (Day 1, 2)

by Lorenzo A. Fernandez Jr.

I wrote this diary years ago. It is a record of events and reflections on a daily basis.