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  • Listen to the Kittie

    Esra’ AlNaggar While cats understand faster than dogs they are harder to be understood. Here are few tips to help you better comprehend that furry, super cute, bundle of joy. I love dry food but I get bored of it,… Read More ›

  • Jasper & Ruby

    Zach Murphy “These guys have been around longer than us!” Jasper says to Ruby as they admire the Galapagos tortoises at the Como Zoo. “I bet they’re wiser than us too!” says Ruby. Jasper chuckles and coughs violently. “They definitely… Read More ›

  • Grocery Store Blues

    Diane Payne Norma stands there, not exactly caressing the mango, more smelling the mango while giving it a little squeeze here and there. “Hard to know which mango to buy,” Norma says to the young woman reaching across her to… Read More ›

  • Behind the Grey Curtains

    Aqueb Safwan Jaser Tareq often missed his childhood. He missed the plucking of lavender from the field, he missed flying vibrant colored kites in the sky and he missed making perfectly molded animals out of bare clay. He loved playing… Read More ›

  • The Phone with Eyes

    John C. Mannone It rings a hellish ring, and then it talks to me: everyday those eyes would stare while glowing in their plastic sockets. I do not want to answer, not even do I dare but something in the… Read More ›

  • Between Meetings

    JBMulligan Martin couldn’t remember who his first real protégé had been. They called it mentoring now, but that didn’t change things. Was it Tony, sitting across the table from him, rumpled and balding? He was a good man, sagging into… Read More ›

  • Eating Pears on the Rooftop

    David Estringel Come!Let us eat green pears—cold—at night on the rooftopunder burdened boughs of the old yewand the moon’s pale glow.Let us loveand laugh at myths and shadow-playsborn of sticks and stonesand celestial light—the stuff of illusion(delusion)that pulls us far… Read More ›

  • Sleeping Beaten

    Melisscious Moose A name wasn’t what they called me.What they called me identified me by the colour of my skin.The colour of mud. The colour of faded, lead-based paint.The paint on a broken, battered old truck.I felt drawn to it.Out… Read More ›

  • Define Quarantine!

    I run from Twitter to Facebook to Instagram but the red flags keep reappearing. Face Masks. Gloves. Corona. Quarantine. And finally Hanta.  The world is haunted with fear. The entire world is in quarantine. But Yemenis are still roaming the… Read More ›

  • 18 Ideas to Help you with Self- Isolation

    1. Social Media Detox for a whole week, you would not miss anything, we promise! 2. Start a bullet journal and create a vision board.Get those dreams on paper and right on the wall 3. Research about something you have… Read More ›