At Rest

by Lynette Johnson The women whispered in soft hushed tones,As she blankly stared with a heart of stone,Their kind words of comfort fell on deaf ears,The thought her brother’s dead brought her to tears. “If only you had been here”, she cried,“My brother would never have died.”It has been four days since the tomb wasContinue reading “At Rest”

The Victory of Light

When BBC Travel asked a group of respondents what it would be like to live in complete darkness.  One respondent who lived north of the Arctic Circle in Norway replied that some people get depressed while others get sleepy.  Another respondent who lived in Sweden answered that the Northern Lights were a source of happinessContinue reading “The Victory of Light”

When in Doubt

“Can you check with the staff seated in the next counter?”, he asked me.  It was early morning and a time when customers slowly begin to trickle into the Bank.  A burly customer walked up to my table, let’s call him Shankar, approached me with a query.  It was a familiar enquiry, one that IContinue reading “When in Doubt”