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You'd think that all three would be connected . They're not. But, who knows, I might find some way to connect them somehow. Hmmm... just a thought.

A roach meets in a bathroom
a girl who doesn't want to crush it
with slippers
and see its yucky result.
So, she gets an old soap dish
and covers the roach with it.
The roach will, then, disintegrate gradually
to its watery death.
Will it be painful? Who knows...


I saw an ant fighting fiercely
to get out of a drop of water.
After lots of struggling,
it finally got out of that drop of water
only to find itself trapped again
in another drop of water.
It got out, then trapped again.
Life is like that, isn't it?


I'm sitting alone
in a corner of my dark cell,
waiting for my end.
I hear the footsteps coming.
The door opened,
and I'm led to the gallows.
The noose is put around my neck.
The time has come.
I am free at last!
Then all becomes dark and quiet.

Posted by CarizzCruzem on September 4, 2005 at 02:32 PM in Literary articles | fly with me

I’ll be posting different styles of poem, mini sagas and short stories here.

Hmmm… not that good in this craft, so, needless to say, suggestions, comments, violent reactions are all welcome.

The first literary articles I’ll be posting here will be years old. I stopped writing for a while, but I sure do want to continue writing. So please, do be patient with me.

To appreciate this category better, let me tell you what a mini saga is. I’ve learned about this style of writing back in 2001 or 2002 (not entirely sure… bad memory). It’s sort of a story but has to consist of exactly fifty (50) words, not a word more and not a word less. Count the words… just to be sure (hehe). I have quite a few ideas in my mind, so yeah, hope to write more soon.

For the record, I’ve only written three short stories, but I’m thinking of writing more. Well, I’m not sure if the last one I’ve written can be considered as a short story, but I’ll put it here anyway.

Currently feeling: calm
Posted by CarizzCruzem on September 4, 2005 at 02:18 PM in Literary articles | fly with me
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