The Race

I was jogging this morning and I noticed a person in front of me, about 1/2 a kilometer. I could tell he was running a little slower than me and I thought, well, I shall try to catch him. I had about a kilometer to go my path before I needed to turn off. So [...]

Hello Sexy!

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Hello Sexy!

Eniola whistled excitedly as she made her way back from the meeting with her publishing company. Her agent had called her the previous day to give her the good news that her manuscript had been accepted and that the publishers wanted to meet to hash out other details.

She waited to get a taxi and when she didn’t get one, started walking with the hope of a cab meeting her on the way. She was too excited to stand still anyway. As she walked, someone waved at her. She stopped and stared but couldn’t place the face. The face looked familiar. The lady looked like someone she had met before but she just couldn’t remember where or who she was.

As she was still squinting, trying to connect a name with the face, the lady crossed the main road and nearly crushed her as she threw her…

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The Ant and the Cicada

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Imagine, if you will, a field in Boring, Oregano. It’s a blisteringly hot summer’s day – the kind that makes bark peel off trees to find shelter from the sun’s calamitous gaze.

Cicada is lazing about wearing his customary bling. He’s chomping down on stogies while flipping through the latest copy of Big Buzzo Jumblies. This is what you do when you’re young, dumb and full of hum.

Ant, meanwhile, is nearby, huffing and puffing with a heavy trolley load of corn ears and woodworking equipment. She’s taking these essentials back to her place. She’s got a big project in mind…

“Wassup playa!” says Cicada. “Haul ovah‘n rap wit’ me ‘steada toilin’ moilin’ tha whole dam’ day!”

“I beg your pardon?” says Ant.

“Holla at’cha, yo!” says Cicada. “Hang wit’ me ho, ‘steada slayin’ biz wit’ da wheel whizz!”

“I have no idea what you’re saying,” says Ant. “You…

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