Heyem Merek has run away from her former life. Her childhood, spent in poverty and her teenaged years in military correction. She is well educated and proud of her achievements. If only her identical twin sister, Alexand would allow her to forget about her past, completely. Things would be a lot less complicated and painful. (Artwork on the wall in drawing 2: by Frida Kahlo, “My Nurse and I.” 1937) This story also features Samuel, Ancille and Anastasia Merevija. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.
10 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 10: Heyem Merek”
Argh – you made me cry again.
I know how much you like Heyem, Chantal! LOL (This story explains a bit about why she’s so mean to Alex in the first novel!!)
A bit self-important, are we?
Oh yes, Heyem’s very impressed with herself and her achievements. She’s a treasure to write about though! 😀
“I suppose they need guidance from a responsible and successful adult.”
Similar to what my sister would say. 🙂
That’s so funny!
I think I am the only one in my family, who understands her fully.
Ah, well I say everyone has a voice, and it’s the differences that make people interesting, and that extends to real and imagined people alike!
Well said…I totally agree!