Monday, December 18, 2006

She looked back.
"Achitov", she said, "bye".
He at once raised his hand in salute.
He nodded his farewell to her.
She left.
She wasn't sad.

9 comments:

Brain-Freeze said...

Tell me about it...

I can't stand those Star-Trek conventions either...

pint-sized said...

As long as he never knew she wasn't sad, this could be a pefect ending.

Anonymous said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEtWc2xCj_M

wishes outspoken said...

light a candel for Gilad, Eldad and Ehud
http://my.ynet.co.il/jewishagency/defaultEng.asp

"kol echad hu ner katan, v'kulanu ohr eitan!"

wishing you a de'light'ful Chanuka! Keep blogging the light!
(!!)

the sabra said...

i get annoyed, relieved, confused and excited when people miss the point.

thank you wishesman for the blessings, and right back atcha.

(im blogging the light? uh oh..the responsibility...)

the sabra said...

pint-sized, its a beginning. and it's a perfect one.

wishes outspoken said...

If you spoke less in riddles, you'd get annoyed less often with readers misinterpreting them.

one sec, did you say you get RELIEVED as well?!?!

oy

yet another 'sabronian' enigma.... I'm not even going to try!

the sabra said...

achitov would get it

(not the shirt though hehe thats mine..the pjs well fight out a diff time..me and gis of course-achitov wouldn't fight over that...i think)

the sabra said...

See, I'm the "she" here. And Achitov's younger brother was murdered.