Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 6: Katherine De Somme

Katherine De Somme is thirteen years old and has been forced to join the army, (by her father Georges) after accidentally killing her younger sister, Lali, in a chemical explosion. Her parents had high expectations of her, but her need to live up to their high standards has resulted in devastation for everyone. Katherine loses everything and everyone, in one horrible night. (A Spanish translation is now available, by Hernán Jara Droguett.) CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Katherine’s back story, set in India (3963)

16 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 6: Katherine De Somme

  1. LOL, sorry about that Cynthia! In a few stories time I might think about adding a bit of humour! I have just the character in line… This stream of misery needs a bit of happy magic thrown into the mix! 😀

  2. I hadn’t realized that she and Alexand had something like this in common, being blamed for a death of someone that they cared about. In both cases they were only children and it was accidental, but they were held responsible for it nonetheless. You can see why there would be an immediate connection between them, a bond that they wouldn’t necessarily have with anyone else. lovely story!

  3. I’m glad you like it, Chantal as Alexand and Katherine are both really close to my own heart, very essential to the core of a lot of what I write about. You can see underneath to the essential parts of these characters. *Happy dancing* 😀

  4. This is the first piece of yours I’ve read, and it’s WONDERFUL! (Yes, an awful story, with so many lives damaged by accident and by indifference – but you tell it so very very well.) Okay, on to your next story!

  5. Thanks for visiting and following one of my blogs. I am glad you enjoyed today’s post. It also gave me a chance to find you. I like your drawings very much and am going back for the words. 🙂
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    1. Thank you Apurva, I’m glad you liked it enough to read a whole batch of stories. BTW I loved your recent “Mother (Painting Poem,”) it’s absolutely beautiful.

    2. You’re welcome! I really love your artwork, and am glad you’re enjoying reading these stories, it means a lot to me that you’d take this time to do that!

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