Heartless

Heartless

By Kriss Allen In the night I hear ’em talk Coldest story ever told Somewhere far along this road He lost his soul To a woman so heartless How could you be so heartless Oh How could you be so heartless How could you be so Cold as the winter wind when it breeze yo

countinue reading
,
The Dreamer

The Dreamer

It was the season of sales. The august establishment of Walpurgis and Nettlepink had lowered its prices for an entire week as a concession to trade observances, much as an Arch-duchess might protestingly contract an attack of influenza for the unsatisfactory reason that influenza was locally prevalent. Adela Chemping, who considered herself in some measure

countinue reading
, ,
The XY-factor

The XY-factor

A woman hanged herself few days ago in my neighborhood. She was a nice lady. She lived with her husband and her in-laws. They were good people too. We never heard shouts coming out of that home. They day they found her body, her parents came. I saw them crying like crazy. That was the

countinue reading
, ,
The Greedy Dog

The Greedy Dog

Once there lived a dog. He was very greedy. There were many times that he had to pay for his greed. Each time the dog promised himself, “I have learnt my lesson. Now I will never be greedy again.” But he soon forgot his promises and was as greedy as ever.  One afternoon, the dog

countinue reading
, ,
The Open Window

The Open Window

“My aunt will be down presently, Mr. Nuttel,” said a very self-possessed young lady of fifteen; “in the meantime you must try and put up with me.” Framton Nuttel endeavored to say the correct something which should duly flatter the niece of the moment without unduly discounting the aunt that was to come. Privately he

countinue reading
, ,