A Subway Short

Originally posted on S.W.E.E.T. Books:
He was running late, cursing under his breath as he raced towards the stairs going down the train subway. Why today of all days his car decided to die on him, he couldn’t fathom. Today – when he had that meeting he asked his secretary to…

Of Ice Creams and Staying In

“Can we stay in tonight?” he asked as he plopped down on the couch beside her, almost making her drop her bowl of ice cream. He groaned in satisfaction as his back hit the soft, suede of the couch, closing his eyes as he breathed deeply. It was Friday and it was also date night.Continue reading “Of Ice Creams and Staying In”

Of Satin Ribbons and Sunrises

For Pia. The satin ribbon gracefully danced with the wind while it held her final breath. // “Love, can you push me outside?” she called softly for her husband of 50 years, as she twirled a white satin ribbon in her dainty, fragile hands – the same ribbon that she wore on her hair duringContinue reading “Of Satin Ribbons and Sunrises”

Smiles

๏ปฟHe smiles as he watches her, thinking how much of a lucky bastard he is that she said yes to him when he proposed. “What are you thinking?” she asks him as she turns her head towards him, catching him off guard, making his breath slightly hitch – with the beatific grin she has onContinue reading “Smiles”