#1 Short-story by Issa Dioume (THE CLICHED DETECTIVE-STORY)

Victor Verdun is fifty years old. He sits at his desk, thinking and despondent.

Style Training With Ursula K. Le Guin, Exercise.2: Am I Saramago {2nd attempt}

My 2nd Attempt At this Challenging Stylistic Exercise. Please, do tell me how I did this time around!

The Fall [Short-Story] by Issa Dioume

Loyally, We All Must Fall. 💧 đŸ’«

The Healing, Part.1 [ Short-Story Series] by Issa Dioume

After a war. How can you ever get better? Will the pain ever go away? Can you... heal?

Jenny Ran Sur The Colline —- French & English !But, Same Themes & Ideas (By Issa Dioume in collaboration with AimĂ© Lesot)

Jenny courait sur la colline. Ses fossettes creusaient ses joues, tĂ©moignaient de sa joie manifeste. Ses pieds martelaient le chemin en terre, laissaient des empruntes et dĂ©logeaient les petits cailloux de leur cratĂšre dorĂ©navant appauvris. Devant: un horizon sans ligne - seulement de grands arbres, feutrant les rayons du soleil. DerriĂšre: seulement le souvenir de … Continue reading Jenny Ran Sur The Colline —- French & English !But, Same Themes & Ideas (By Issa Dioume in collaboration with AimĂ© Lesot)

Where Do They All Fall? [Flashfiction] by Issa Dioume

Where? 🍃

A TUMULTUOUS VOYAGE, Part. 7 [Short-Story Series] by Issa Dioume

Morning, city of Gravenfall, adventure, fantasy, swordfight, hero.

Chronos Devouring His Son [Short-Story] by Issa Dioume

Time seems to slow like running water gone still. Haunted and lost by the ghosts of the minds’ windmill trapped in the slow tic-tac motion of the clocks’ hands that kill. Strangling air out from his throat. I need a cig thought Barnaclos. Nothing beats the delicious smell of cigs, warm coffee and cold beer. … Continue reading Chronos Devouring His Son [Short-Story] by Issa Dioume

Atropos

The bows' string is loosed The swords' thread snaps The wingless bird lands - screeching - Harbinger of  the rain, Twisting, writhing from pain. Graves of dreamers forever left aspiring A shrilling cacophony of nothing. what a shame! Admiring the luminous                       fungibane from afar, … Continue reading Atropos