It's been a very boring day today. All I've been seeing are cancer, knife, gun, bullet, hemorrhage, embolus, and such. By now, I've devised of another way to entertain myself; I ask the soul to tell me the story of their death if the object somehow caught my interest. Well, that was until this big … Continue reading Gatekeeper: Squeegee
My existence has existed ever since existence existed. That's how old I am. I don't really mind. What I hate is doing the same task over and over and over and over again. The thing is, my job is to judge souls whether they will enter heaven, purgatory, or hell. It may sound coming with … Continue reading Gatekeeper: Intro
They say Asians are the most susceptible to blushing, or at least when drinking. For some reason, nature decided to curse us and make us turn into tomatoes with a few sips of vodka. In my case, I wouldn't really call it a curse. Probably more of a blessing. Oh, perfect timing. A cute muscular hunk … Continue reading Blush
Don’t do it!
It was already almost midnight. Yamato kept running hoping to catch the last train going home. Fortunately he arrived just in time. He was the only one left waiting for a train... or so he thought. Waiting at the edge of the station is a man holding a clipboard. He's wearing a polo shirt and … Continue reading Don’t do it!
Just like any normal kid, I’ve used my parents as my inspiration to achieve great things in life. I did my best to score the highest back in primary school and graduated as valedictorian. During that time, I went to stage with my head held high and my chest forward. I was proud to say … Continue reading Inspiration
That’s what I do for a living
Two women wearing dresses made from cotton. A man passes by wearing a coat tailored by the best in town. A boy, wearing a green and blue pajamas, walks alongside a man wearing brown slacks and coat. That's him. I found him. I found today's target. In this line of work, you have to be … Continue reading That’s what I do for a living
I love this girl. Her sweet smile, that little fringe on her hair that won't go away no matter how much she combs, that little mole on her cheek; I love them all. It's been a year now, huh. Time sure does fly fast. I thought while folding the sleeve of my black long-sleeves. She … Continue reading Departure
Grumbles. Tina's stomach has been grumbling for hours now. No surprise there, actually. Her last meal was 48 hours ago. Two more hours until her shift ends. Fortunately, today is payday. She can finally buy food for her and her five little devils waiting at home. Just a thought of that made a smile creep … Continue reading Hunger