It’s been a week since you passed away and fragments of you are slowly fading. The next day you followed your mother and brother to the cemetery and watched as they lowered the casket unto the ground, your grave marked by a stone with only your name and dates of birth and death, no message, no endearing words, no “loved son and brother” or “may he rest in peace”. Just a name. … More Disappear



A shiver ran through my body, violently shaking it, and suddenly everything was flooded with darkness. The candles that I had carefully placed along the sink had gone out with the frozen whisper that seemed to come from the mirror. … More Ceramic

Aka Manah

For a good time I tried to drive away that thought, scared of the consequences it could have. I didn’t comment on it on detail with my therapist, but I did tell them that a voracious idea consumed me day and night, fogging everything around me, preventing me from even completing the simplest tasks. Damned I would be if they took me for a another madman. … More Aka Manah