OFFICE STRIKES HOME

The rays of sunrise lazily creep through my window, chaperoned by the fresh morning breeze. It sways my curtains from side to side and settles cooly on my skin.   It is 6 a.m on Sunday morning, and I have no rush to get out of bed, so I curl my knees to my chest and […]

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ROOFTOP.

The swimming pool stretched before us, sapphire blue and 8 feet deep. The water oscillated as the various tenants of our block of community flats flapped their arms and kicked their feet under it. The music was blasting, and the night moon was out, subtly glinting down the rooftop, too faint to bother the amber-led […]

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JASMINE’S HONEYMOON.

Xavier’s fingers laced through mine as we giggled down the Argelès-Sur-Mer beach, hopping our way forward like two teenagers on a summer trip, only that this was more than a summer trip; it was our honeymoon! The sand on the beach squished between our toes, and we paused to dance, giggling and swirling under the […]

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LOCKDOWN AT DUXTON HILLS

I could see the green leaves on the trees from my window, swaying gently to the Singapore’s morning breeze. Chirping birds flew onto the crooked branches, perched and hopped, before flying away again – they had the freedom of movement, unlike Norman and I – locked down in this apartment. I thought about my dog […]

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CATCHING FEELINGS.

Angela tightened her fingers around the steering wheel of her black Toyota Corolla. She took in deep breaths, exhaling heavily. She wasn’t driving. She was parked in Liam’s compound. The gateman had opened the gate for her twenty minutes ago and she was summering up the courage to get out of the car and face […]

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