Heyem Merek has made a successful life for herself as a doctor of Herstory in Hong Kong University, but being an identical twin has its drawbacks. Sometimes she can sense if something has happened to her twin sister Alex, even though Heyem has tried her best to distance herself from her troublesome twin. Heyem has woken up after a strange dream, that she was tumbling down a cliff. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.
12 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 161: Heyem Merek Part 4”
Poor Alex is in the wars again Cheryl. Beautifully written as always.
xxx Massive Hugs xxx
Thanks, David! 🙂
Hi Cheryl. This is building so nicely – it feels like elements are falling into place. Love the drawing too – you’ve really captured the written Heyem.
Thanks, Richard, I can’t resist a Heyem episode, I really missed writing for her! Glad you’re enjoying it.
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Great post! Wishing you a great week ahead! 😃
Thank you, and you too!
its like a movie inside my head!!!
Mine too 🙂
I’ve only just stumbled upon this blog, and within a few moments I could tell that I had stumbled upon something special. I am looking forward to exploring your writings further, nicely done!
Thank you, that means a lot. I hope you enjoy reading 🙂