Coffee?

As she approached his table, hatred rose in her throat like bile.  He was responsible for Dabuku’s death.  He knew that her husband had respiratory problems yet he put him on the concourse anyway.  Dabuku and another worker were working on the concourse at Victoria Station in London when a man spat and coughed in… Read More Coffee?

Jenny

  To the casual observer he was a regular bloke sitting on a picnic table in the park having coffee, a cheese burger and fries but he was a retired cop waiting for his ex-partner’s widow.  She called him that morning and asked him to meet her here.  He knew it was dumb of him… Read More Jenny

The Ball

A picture of total calm, she sat there, watching the people enter the ballroom. She had the advantage of facing the entrance.  Demure in her new white dress, her black hair swept back from with several curls framing her face, she received admiring glances from the gentlemen but she was oblivious. Her eyes intermittingly taking… Read More The Ball

Depression

Depression: Let’s talk This month, WHO launched a one-year campaign Depression: let’s talk. The goal of the campaign is that more people with depression, in all countries, seek and get help. Depression is an illness that can happen to anybody. It causes mental anguish and affects people’s ability to carry out everyday tasks, with sometimes devastating consequences for relationships… Read More Depression