Flash Fiction , Love/Friendship/Romance , Mkate Nusu
Hard to Say Goodbye

“You know you could have had my baby?” James blurted “You want to have a baby with me?” Nyaribo retorted a bit excited. Is this a final confession of his love after 10 years. Nyaribo met James at work, she happened to overhear James conversing with colleagues. She decided to but in and got into

Flash Fiction , Mkate Nusu , Tragedy
Shattered

Daisy stepped into the middle of the road, cars speeding by her, swerving, screeching hooting, crashing into each other, she just stood there. Her eyes distant and confused, she was completely unaware of the havoc she was causing on the busy street. The horns honked frantically, yells of exasperation and sexist slurs followed as one

Drama , Family , Flash Fiction , Mkate Nusu
Damaged & Inconsolable

”I am in love with a man who is too traumatized to be in a relationship.”  Almasi blurted out in the meeting. Everyone turned at her wondering where it came from. Dolphine had just asked if there was any other business as they concluded the group’s investment plans for the next quarter of the year.

Fantasy , Flash Fiction , Mkate Nusu
The Adventures of Willy Nilly

Tears streamed Jonathan’s eyes; he sighed heavily and closed his eyes steadily laying himself on to his rucksack propped up like a pillow in the college quadrangle. He breathed heavily soaking in the warm afternoon sun. His breathing steadied and his mind began to drift. As he breathed in he started to feel warmth in

Comedy , Flash Fiction , Mkate Nusu
Fool’s Rush

“I am sorry, but you can’t board the flight,” Ludwig stated remorsefully as he looked at the big-eyed Aaron who stared back in disbelief. “But the plane hasn’t left and we are two hours early?” Aaron retorted. “We can’t miss this flight sir,” Tegek added. “But you can always catch another flight, it is 12

Flash Fiction , Mkate Nusu , Reflections
Learning to Love Yourself

It was 10.19 pm and Gertrude stared at the static on her TV screen; another day of nothing. Nothing substantial had happened at work, she drummed away at her computer screen till clock out. She got home, made dinner, which was also not much work. She opened the fridge picked some leftovers from the night



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