Greetings from the Philippines!Thanks for checking in! Sending out love and light to all of you! For today, I have written a very short story that depicted the real situations in our families. Hope you like it, and please feel free to give your opinions in the comment section.Thank you so much! Love Thy Brother … Continue reading Love Thy Brother (A Short Story)
Greetings from the Philippines!Thanks for checking in!I hope that you are doing fine and enjoying the gifts of life as you read this post.For today, I decided to craft six-word stories that focus on the oddities and complexities of love and life.Hope you find pleasure in reading them.Thank you so much. Strangers.Friends. Lovers.Haters. Strangers Again. … Continue reading Six-Word Stories by Lebana
While sitting here on the bench and staring moodily off into space, old memories begin to plummet in my head. Twenty two years ago, I was six years old then, I could copiously remember what kind of life we had. We resided in the small barrio of Naujan, the biggest town in the province consisting … Continue reading Childhood’s Rumination
He tried ineffectively to wipe away the bloodstains covering his clothes, but fresh blood oozed from the wound on his hand. “Why did you do that, Mr. Richards”, Carter demanded suspiciously. “I did not kill her”, he yelled. “They found a letter under her”, Carter added. “Holy Jesus”, Vin breathed. Copyright © 2018 Lebana’s … Continue reading Enigma Pt. 3 (A 50-Word Story)
“Be my wife”, Vin nervously uttered. Dumbfounded, Janine’s response reverberated in the room. Everything was so perfect. He loved her as she loved him. Their love story was envied by the townspeople. They exchanged their sweetest vows. Twenty-four hours later, she was found dead in their room, he was missing. Copyright © 2018 Lebana’s … Continue reading Enigma ( A 50-Word Story)
Strangers. Friends. Lovers. Strangers Again. -Lebana-
Each of us has a story to tell. My story is not over yet. Everything that transpired in the past has led me to where I am today. I am not afraid of my scars. Each and every scar has a story, and the fact that the lesions healed reminds me that things get … Continue reading What is your Story?
She dreamed, believed, and survived. -Lebana-
One stormy night, two strangers went on the bridge to end their lives. He saved her. She saved him. They found love on each other’s arms. But they couldn’t escape from that reality- She was married and he was engaged.