Heyem is in mourning for her brother, Farokh, and needs to take his death out on those around her.
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I am a writer and illustrator, living in Southern England. The writer gives life to a story, but the reader keeps it alive.
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11 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories: Issue # 229: Heyem Merek Part 8”
Hurt affects people differently so obviously their reactions are different. It sounds like Heyem has no real outlet for hers and I feel really sorry for her.
xxx Massive Hugs xxx
Hi David, yes, Heyem and Inajda really don’t know how to mend their relationship, it’s really sad, and because Inajda has the tendency to shut out anything she doesn’t want to feel, and Heyem jettisons anything she doesn’t want to hear…well…they need a mediator.
Wonderful. Great rendering of the ongoing struggle between siblings. So true.
On point, you have captured the feelings of the siblings and their mother, you have portrayed them wonderfully 🙂
Hi Carol, thank you 🙂
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I so love Heyem! What a fantastic character! Hello, Cheryl!
Hi Richard, thank you, yes, I love writing for Heyem perhaps a little more than I should! 🙂
Hi cheryl. Interesting. Thank you for liking my poem Ruined! Peace and Best Wishes. The Foureyed Poet.
Hi, you’re welcome, and thank you!