Judah Mahay, Author
  • Short Stories,  Works

    Gift of a Soul

    Alfred gingerly squeezed his granddaughter’s shoulder, a hollow assurance, he knew. “The hour is old and yet this wretched siege still bays its horn.” “When is it going to end, Grandpa?” “Soon I think.” “Really?” Elsa perked up with a bright smile, a contrast to the dark hour. “Do not let joy win your heart yet.” “Why?” “We are losing.” “Should we pray, Grandpa?” “It’s past the time for prayer.” “But, isn’t that what you do?”

  • Poems

    Soul Fairy

    You wish to feelYou wish to beYou wish for everythingThen pay the feeBroke you sayNot a penny or a dimeYou have a soulThen rich you are to me You wish to feelYou wish to beYou wish for everythingThen pay the feeA little soul for meTickles the lipsSweet sweet soul from you to meYou will have everything You wish to feelYou wish to beYou wish for everythingThen pay the feeWhat you give unto meI give unto youTasty and sweetYour soul to me You wish to feelYou wish to beYou wish for everythingThen pay the feeDo you not know of meFunny is the feeYou never seeBut always needThe bit of soul in…