Gray Shades, Jamaican Stories / Future Books

Jamaican Storytelling : Excerpt from Gray Shades, Self-destructive behavior (Janet)

Janet was lying awake thinking about her future, and how much more damage she was going to do to it. "Can I and will I do my worse?" Janet thought. It seems every time she gets close to something that she really wants or someone she was really into it gets pulled from her. And… Continue reading Jamaican Storytelling : Excerpt from Gray Shades, Self-destructive behavior (Janet)

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Jamaican Poetry

Jamaican Poetry: Regret

I took for granted What I had, I lost it Now I want it back So bad; I doubted what existed What it could be Now, there is This perpetual longing, Living Inside of me; I embrace Very few regrets But I cling To the moment where... You left.   Copyright © 2014, Poetess Denise… Continue reading Jamaican Poetry: Regret

Jamaican Stories / Future Books

Gun Salute to the aging year of our Lord, 2015

Lying on my back, stretched out on the bed, concentrating on the next move. I glanced at the computer clock as it states 11:58 p.m. I continue playing my game, trying to line up apples with apples and carrots with carrots; feeling no concern that 2015 was just a tick and a tock away. Soon,… Continue reading Gun Salute to the aging year of our Lord, 2015