Short Stories

Herein lies the works of a woman whose mind wandered to worlds unknown, whose imagination ran wilder than a cheetah. Some works with meanings as elusive as a leopard, others as fierce as a tiger. Still some with happy endings, others with tragedy that stays with you long after you’ve closed the tab. Enjoy.

THEY

THEY

Brenda had been laying low for almost 8 months now. Soon after The Incident happened, she thought it best to get off the grid and try and reconnect with herself. Time had drifted by in a blurry loop and she felt no closer to being on top of her game than when she’d...

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The Bar

The Bar

Bodies were scattered all over the bar. Some were hunched over wooden tables in the obscure corners of the room, speaking in hushed tones about something as important as it was dangerous. Others refused to act like anything significant had happened, choosing instead...

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Fire and Ice: Cast No Shadow…

Fire and Ice: Cast No Shadow…

Ice looked on at the flame of Fire flickering in the distance. Fire seemed still and content, seemingly unaware of the wind that was gaining strength around them. Ice thought the wind would surely kill Fire, and thus ran to the rescue. "Fire! Fire! The wind is out to...

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Hang Over

Hang Over

I’m greeted by a headache as I try to open my eyes. The sun is blinding me through my huge bedroom window. I was so drunk last night that I didn’t realize my curtains were still open when I crashed on my bed. But who cares? I mean, I don’t anymore. I roll over and...

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The Dark Knight Rises

The Dark Knight Rises

He was sure he had conquered her. She who was as black as night and larger than life. He had wooed her and she had yielded. Now all the riches she possessed were his for the taking. He had his way with her. How could he not? After all, she was beautiful. When he first...

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The Gall of it All

The Gall of it All

This is a piece from a great colleague of mine. Tawedzerwa writes short stories in the form of poetry. He wrote this particular piece when he was seventeen. If you would like to read more of his work, follow the link below. Don't forget to like, comment and share this with your friends. Throughthewindow.ink
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