Kavita’s husband Georges is a very wealthy man, but she is quite lonely as he spends a lot of his time overseas on various secret projects. When he’s home, things aren’t as good as they used to be, and Kavita has paid good money for a psychiatrist, to share her problems. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.
35 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 56: Kavita De Somme”
A sad tale, often true…
Yes, I think a lot of people will be able to relate to Kavita.
Can’t wait to find out what happens next!
🙂 I’m glad, thank you!
Your art and writing are so unique, i could pick them out among thousands of writers. A true one of a kind! That’s what makes great authors and artists. Good job!
Thank you, Mark 🙂
I like this, and want to follow it through… That’s good writing…
Thank you, it’s good to meet you, Carolyn!
are you interested in writing a romantic with a little bit action novel?
Hi, maybe one day 🙂
I just adore your work. Well done!!
Thank you, that means a lot. Cheryl
This is a very strong piece – the looks for recognition to the therapist & other interactions are very convincing, the amount of ‘unshown’ back story implied in it is involving and makes me want to read more.
Great stuff 🙂
Hi, thank you, I’m glad that works, as this is Kavita’s first story. 😀
Excellent prose, very descriptive and visual.
For such a small piece, it’s very strong. I could feel the sadness and the want to explain things in a better light.
Thank you 🙂
Beautiful artwork and words.
Hi Dina, thank you. Cheryl
Love the economy of this episode and the drawing. Your style is completely captivating.
Hi Richard, thank you! 🙂
Intriguing! I found myself entranced by the dialogue halfway through.
Intriguing story indeed and it makes the reader wonders what happens next.
Hi Francina, thank you, I’m glad! Cheryl
Amazing! Your art and writing are equally stunning. Very glad to have found your blog.
Hi Maggie, good to meet you and thank you! Cheryl
Thanks for liking my posts! I’m so ready to post Kavita’s story. You can always use my site contact info when you want to proceed…
Hi Clara, you’re welcome. I’ll send you an email.
Hi Clara, I’m having problems again with the link (it was fine this morning, probably my internet connection?) so you’re welcome to email me at email@example.com about all the info you’ll need for Kavita’s story. Thanks, Cheryl
I read this and feel like there is SO much more to Kavita. My heart breaks for her when she looks to see if the psychiatrist is laughing. I think, “She doesn’t want a psychiatrist. She wants a friend.” And then I wonder, was Georges her friend once, or was there someone else she lost, someone she thought she could replace with Georges…