The White Cat

I regret having that second cup of coffee earlier. Now I’m restless. I can hear the noontime show playing on our TV here in my room. The show is currently on their stupid celebrity-name-guessing segment. The muffled sounds don’t lull me into siesta, unlike my brother, Tristan. Every time a contestant gives a wrong answer, … Continue reading The White Cat

Greedy animal: A Short Story

The wind cries out tonight, signaling their entrance. My pulse is as fast as a racehorse. This will already be our fourth meeting but my palms still get clammy every time. I check my watch—it’s 11:58 pm. It’s almost time. I clutch the small plastic cooler tightly. I set it aside. When I made my first … Continue reading Greedy animal: A Short Story

Diary of a Make-up Guru — A Short Story

October 13 Today I had few customers. My mini physical shop is just a month old so I guess my ‘army’ of loyal buyers haven’t had the chance to visit here. October 15 Yesterday, I forgot to write because I was busy tidying the counters. Customers were still scarce, but there was a woman who … Continue reading Diary of a Make-up Guru — A Short Story

Two monsters — A Short Story

My mom always said to me that I was a very imaginative 4-year-old. That everything I told her was all in my imagination. “Merry, there’s no monster in here. I already looked,” she kissed my forehead. “Now go back to sleep.” I still argued with her because I knew how the monster looked and where … Continue reading Two monsters — A Short Story

Jimboy – A Short Story

Lola Myrna is a soft-spoken 70-year-old woman who lives with her toddler grandson, Jimboy. She has ash-gray hair, and she keeps mostly to herself.  Lola is well-known in their neighborhood for adoring only two things in this world: her garden and her only grandson. Her garden is simple but well-kept. It complements the two-bedroom bungalow … Continue reading Jimboy – A Short Story