Category: Fiction

Call Centre

“Good evening, MultiChoice customer service, how can I help you?” “This thing of yours is useless.” “Calm down sir and please tell me the issue you’re having so
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Death

The clouds are dark and ominous and the weather is unforgivingly cold. My fingers are frozen and my legs feel like two blocks of ice. I drag myself
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Disturbed

I am no longer the girl who had her life put together: the fun loving girl who used to find happiness in small things. I am no longer
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Missing Home

I sit hunched in a corner at the subway my eyes darting for signs of a good Samaritan while at the same time trying to hide from the
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My Father’s Shadow

First published on Afreada “How long have you been here?” His colleague asks, fleetingly. “One year, three months.” He responds with a despondent icy tone. He tries to
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