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A postcard to my Valentine

A postcard to my Valentine

Honey, ne fais pas cette tête. This is the day love is reaffirmed. This is the moment to express what has been felt so deep within the fibers of our hearts. I know the difficulties of life have been keeping us from telling each other what we hold so...
I wish

I wish

I wish I had met you earlier I wish I had gazed at your brownish eyes long ago I wish I had seen……… How did I miss the sign? How did I miss it all? You stood there, watching me from afar Never making a sound Never letting out a hint of your feelings Here...
Bittersweet souvenirs from a time long gone (Part 2)

Bittersweet souvenirs from a time long gone (Part 2)

Ardain Isma CSMS Magazine A story of Valentine This is the final part of a collection of short stories rekindling Ardain’s younger years. A dedication to all those who still believe in the power of love! It was early Friday afternoon, and I had just...
Bittersweet souvenirs from a time long gone (Part 1)

Bittersweet souvenirs from a time long gone (Part 1)

Ardain Isma CSMS Magazine A story of Valentine A dedication to all those who still believe in the power of love! Entry I “What time is it?” my cousin Jean-Dennis growled from the base of his throat. I never bothered to reply, for the alarm clock...
Angelica the beauty queen

Angelica the beauty queen

Jacob Davis CSMS Magazine The most beautiful girl in town lives in solitary confinement, but no one seems to notice. At work, she is the most extroverted one. At home, however, she clocks like a gossipy hen in a desperate search for a mate. No one hears...
Ardain Isma: More masterpieces on the way

Ardain Isma: More masterpieces on the way

CSMS Magazine It’s been a year since Ardain Isma released his gut wrenching novel Midnight at Noon. While the book continues to make its way into the land of literary success, the author himself has been hard at work. Two new manuscripts have been in...
Jacques Stéphen Alexis forever lives!

Jacques Stéphen Alexis forever lives!

CSMS Magazine Remember Jacques Stéphen Alexis, lovingly called Jacques Soleil for his gut-wrenching novel Compère Général Soleil. He foresaw a second independence for Haiti, the only way to rid his country from the grips of its enemies. As Haiti...
A conversation with Dominican author Deisy Toussaint

A conversation with Dominican author Deisy Toussaint

CSMS Magazine The Dominican Republic is not a country that CSMS Magazine usually covers, although it shares with Haiti the island of Hispaniola. The long and tumultuous history of the two republics have had a repressed effect on many Haitians, especially...
Writer Claire Bijou: Relentlessly consistent!

Writer Claire Bijou: Relentlessly consistent!

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers Claire Bijou has been on a roll, working on several projects. She is also quietly building a readership on the social media. Indeed, she is doing it right. Publishers, these days, want to see not just the product but how marketable...
She’s thrilled!

She’s thrilled!

Gyna Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine She’s long been waiting for this message. Here it comes, unexpectedly. Her heart now moves in rapid pulsations. She’s new in the game of courtship. Understandably, she is thrilled. Her face aglow, and she’s reading...

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