Bubbles of Reality | Micro Fiction

She has come face to face with reality, and her reaction changed its shades. She stands in a crowded space observing the bubbles of stories in the dim place. A man argues on his phone. A mother tries to silence her child. Youngsters laughing in a loud manner. Suddenly all the commotion fell silent to her ears. She…

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Moleskine Bliss | Sometimes words turn into doodles

Moleskine opened a new store last year during my first week in Berlin, just for me, or so I like to think. I dedicate my 3000th tweet to @moleskine. May 2014 be the year I experience the wonders of entering one of their stores. #dreams — Luke Żammit (@AlphaWings) March 5, 2014 I generally write…

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Free write for your life

I have never written anything that did not give me a sense of freedom. And that is typically the result of free-writing. There are times when the words do not make sense and times when they are entirely fictitious, but regardless it always seems to set a part of me free. Personal satisfaction is what…

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Crimson | A Micro Story

There has been something ticking. The sound of being lost. She looked and looked around the book store. Ticking, ticking, a constant ticking. The sound did not give up as she continued to search. Her thoughts were focused, her aim was one; find the source of this interesting sound. A pile of books scrambled to…

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