Short Stories

Literature

It’s Just Eggs

We express love in our unique ways. During these uncertain times, we feel the urge to show how we care. One can go grand and pull out all the stops. Or they can be in a simple ways, after all, it’s just eggs.

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Literature

Just Press Play

Mom, are you there? It’s Sabina. I have to hush my voice down a bit — Lily’s asleep. I hope you can still hear me.

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Literature

Two Sides of a Door

Everything looked like a nightmare amid reality. The pandemic disease—COVID-19, the unseen enemy who could attack ruthlessly on anyone, was frightening. Death was waving like

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Literature

Memento Mori

Ever since she was young, Esther Soriano had the ability to see dead people. She and her parents first discovered this during her grandfather’s wake.

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Literature

The Last Voice

A chill ran through Luisa’s spine. Multiple screeches were ringing in her ears, but she was the only one that could hear them. At the

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LitArt Hub Featured Image Five Time Zones Away by Carlo Guevarra
Literature

Five Time Zones Away

Written by Earl Carlo Guevarra || Love in the Time of CoVid-19 || Many postponed their plans because of the pandemic. Quarantine and distance will not stop love from surviving and thriving.

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LitArt Hub Featured Image Masked Affection by Christine Bialczak
Literature

Masked Affection

During a pandemic, how could you show someone you truly care? Would differing opinion and approach cause a divide or better understanding and compassion?

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LitArt Hub Featured Image White Butterfly Mira Jaudalso
Literature

White Butterfly

Written by Mira Jaudalso || Love in the Time of CoVid-19 || Death. People have distinct ways of dealing with the loss of a loved one. Some succumb to loneliness while others let the love left behind be the fuel to their zest in life.

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