[Snapshot] If It Was Anything But A Bicycle

by Esther Elizabeth Suson If he'd had a car, I can imagine he would drive her to work. If he'd had cash for a taxi, I can imagine him dropping her off at her workplace and then dashing off to his. If he'd had anything but a bicycle, I can see him bringing her as … Continue reading [Snapshot] If It Was Anything But A Bicycle

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[BGC Snapshots] 3 Groups of 3 Friends

by Esther Elizabeth Suson Youngest. On my way to Market from the Every Nation building, I found myself walking in the opposite direction from three young men, side by side. They had the brown, bony, lanky builds of men in their late teens or early twenties. The one in the center was enthusiastically talking, gesturing with … Continue reading [BGC Snapshots] 3 Groups of 3 Friends

[Snapshot] Construction Scene From A BGC Bus

by Esther Elizabeth Suson When I think of those humans climbing the scaffolding of buildings-under-construction, I think of sun-burnt men with corded muscles on arms and hands, wearing limp t-shirts and paint-spattered jeans. Especially in the fx, with all of them asleep around me, I think of them as people perpetually at rest unless they are hammering things. … Continue reading [Snapshot] Construction Scene From A BGC Bus