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StorySometimes... ladybell12 months 2 weeks ago
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StoryAn ode to my 20-year old self ladybell012 months 3 days ago
StoryLeave-taking ladybell11 year 4 days ago
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Storythe look she gave ladybell11 year 9 months ago
StoryLuckless nights ladybell22 years 2 months ago
StoryBabur ladybell12 years 6 months ago
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Storysongs ladybell02 years 9 months ago
Storynew age ladybell32 years 10 months ago
Storyunsent letter to my father ladybell02 years 10 months ago
StoryMy Mother And I Agree On Something airyfairy183 years 6 months ago
Storya poem for my first love's death ladybell03 years 6 months ago
Storymusings ladybell13 years 6 months ago
StoryTabitha's Garden ladybell43 years 9 months ago

My stories


Luckless nights

6:00 PM BLUE THOUGHTS this will be the last night before streetlights dim altogether failing to catch zoning jeepneys going south before tired...


like a bullet speeds through ruffling the hems of my checkered skirt swiftly overpassing our lowly gait brilliant black, lean, majestic supple limbs...


my rain dotted window blurs the lonely neon lights dark corners cave in cabs are sentimental machines Cab rides on hazy nights the weary head plooped...


Notes: on a casual saturday afternoon, my friend and I were chatting under the shade of this enormous tree and out of those talks I suggested we...

unsent letter to my father

i remeber many afternoons and many nights laughter dangled from the ceiling,whispered songs from the pale green walls The fields, a luscious green of...