“Solèy, Solèy” se premye liv pwezi Jonel Juste pibliye an Kreyòl, lang li pi renmen an. Se nan lang sa a li ka di sa li vreman santi anndan kè l ; se ladan l li ka kominike tout emosyon l ak pasyon l pou pwezi, lanmou, peyi l, lavi elatriye. Nou espere lap ka fè w viv menm emosyon sa yo tou. Liv sa a disponib sou Amazon. Men kèk moso ladan l.
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“The Watch” is the first collection of short stories published by Jonel Juste. As it says, they are short stories, meaning stories that could have been longer but that we shortened because we know you don’t have much time to read. Here’s the first one: The Watch.
Every morning I watched my dad wear his Cartier with a certain satisfaction and pride. From time to time he gazed at it as if he feared it would vanish off his wrist. He received this gift from my mother and he loved it as much as he loved her. Mom offered this precious gift to my father to celebrate their ten years of marriage, and he couldn’t stop talking about it. It was really a wonderful watch and a technological jewel. I became jealous. I was even more jealous that I’ve always implored my mother to buy me a plastic watch but she refused. I was jealous and angry. I thought she didn’t love me as much as she loved my dad and I swore in my heart to steal the watch and make it disappear forever.
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