Category Archives: Short Stories

My Morning Bus Driver

We met when he stopped the bus in the middle of the road so I could get in. You cannot really run with that cast, he said. And I liked him since that day. Every morning, he would show up … Continue reading

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The Good Dad

I think he’s a great dad. I smile everything I see him around the neighbourhood. The good dad.  He looks like one. I met him at the bus stop with his little daughter. He wears a black faux leather jacket, … Continue reading

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My Holy Thursdays When I Was a Kid

One of my happiest memories as a kid is Holy Thursday. It is afternoon, my mum is not home for some reason. I think she is at work. It doesn’t matter, I’m all ready to go. And here we go … Continue reading

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Random abue’s knowledge

My abue is the best. She raised me and loved me very much. I will always be thankful for that. I’m fortunate enough that she is still alive, however, I’m not physically close to her anymore. She taught me how … Continue reading

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Love isn’t enough

Mexican love stories don’t have a happy ending. It doesn’t matter if they are based on real love, it doesn’t matter if they take place in the city or small little towns, if it’s 1930 or 2007. Love may be … Continue reading

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