She was seventeen when she first entered his classroom. He was thirty-two. It was wrong, yes; but oh, how the sunlight framed her. They were spellbound. He was fired, she was disowned, but it didn't matter. They wed on her eighteenth birthday, and how the sunlight framed their intertwined forms.
Something tastes peculiar in my mouth. Grime? Soil, maybe? I need some water..
As i head down the stairs, my attention is diverted by the reflections in the mirror at the landing.
Everythings reflected. Except for me..
"Bilal!" I cry out to my husband as he walks straight through me...
Ashes To Ashes
By Farwa Haider
Dust and grime covered every inch of the house's interior.The floor-boards creaked. The rats scurried by.
Were they the only inhabitants? That is what Cassie wanted to know.
Nothing unusual was sensed.
Three hours later, Cassie muttered "No ghosts here".
A voice whispered "Don't be too sure".