The Londoners: Josh and Naveed Part Two

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Short Story Number 21 Josh and Naveed

Hello everyone, welcome to The Londoners short stories series! In this instalment Josh and Naveed go to dine out at the restaurant, with a couple opposite their table. It’s a interesting interplay between different classes. Regards, Eagle Hamlets. 

There were two Asian friends who were seated next to a Western couple who were large and responsible, the years made them steadfast and deliberate rather than their senior years, it was their experience that made them honourable citizens of society. A calm joke rippled through the room that they had made, free of much pretension. The Asian couple were reserved as the waiter with the service of the East, took their orders. Rupesh talked loudly over his companion’s quiet, gentle voice.

Josh liked nothing better than quiet company, he wasn’t the loudest person, but because his friend was an introvert and had less friendships than what Rupesh sustained, he took it upon himself to lead the conversation cheerfully, and kindly, he was more expressive because he socialised more, his friend in his language smiled thoughtfully to what he said, (not to himself as it was a social occasion) but in the pleasure of companionship – he smiled to see his friend a little after the greeting, not having seen each other for a bit, they were good friends from college.

The Londoners is a collection of 21 eclectic short stories depicting quintessential London in all it’s breadth and scope with profundity, wit and humour. Meet the characters that make up this inimitable urban collection and explore the short stories and enjoy this quality collection of unforgettable stories to savour.

EAGLE HAMLETS is an urban indie singer songwriter from London.

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The Londoners: Jake

Short Story Number 19 Jake

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Hello everyone, welcome to The Londoners short stories series!  In this instalment there is an abundance of poetry – a true beauty, exploring the relationship between work, leisure and play.  Don’t forget to rate us up in you enjoyed the piece. Regards, Eagle Hamlets. 

Jake went round his friends’ house where the living quarters seemed fun of possibilities and meetings had, there was a bar near the City workers who were quite rich, and it felt like the customers there really had a good time of it – perhaps because they worked so hard or were so inspired in their free time they could splash out on an assortment of ideas they so desired. The overflowing variety of options was managed with an attentiveness and calm that bespoke of men who knew how to enjoy themselves, and were experienced in great leisurely activities – they could easily do nothing on their afternoons at the bar, chatting away, when it suited, as honed as their work was that’s how calm and collected they were, it was casual and free, and they organised things for themselves that were like games played, dressing up added quality, though one’s feelings were one’s own to refine and explore. A writer in the corner wrote to feel free, to calm his thoughts with the euphoria, or exhilaration as the writer would put it.

It was practical and useful when he had disciplined his mind in meditation and put his heart into his goals, to make them bigger. There was nothing wishy washy in his forthrightness and clear directness. The sheer amount of people he met created a lot of energy, he could think and feel all their thoughts on his way back home, he was more expressive of emotion than when he was quiet and introverted, simplifying his artful music collection and keeping things organised and in control. He was less self-conscious, and easier on other people, his gestures became more theatrical in their strength of feeling, though they were little in the way of condescending in an ivory tower nuance! He enjoyed meeting new people so much it was normal for him to always kiss the girls who were networking and they understood this in an uncontrived and natural way, humane even – in the write up.

 

The Londoners is a collection of 21 eclectic short stories depicting quintessential London in all it’s breadth and scope with profundity, wit and humour. Meet the characters that make up this inimitable urban collection and explore the short stories and enjoy this quality collection of unforgettable stories to savour.

EAGLE HAMLETS is an urban indie singer songwriter from London.

5 Things You Can Do To Participate In The Eagle Hamlets Music Project:

  1. Check out his songs ‘Prospect Calendar’, ‘Fall of The Tyrants’ and ‘Withdraw’: A song about the persecution of Falun Gong, the peaceful tai chi type practice that goes by the principles of Truthfulness, Compassion, Forbearance. Yet, the CCP is persecuting the group in China with over 3,600 people killed.
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The Londoners: Naveed and Rupesh

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Short Story Number 18 Naveed and Josh

This piece explores British-Asian culture, thespians, approval complexes and polite society, and the aftermath of post colonialism, in this comic and entertaining piece. The Eaghams.

Naveed’s self deprecating humour was silly, and it puzzled his more outgoing friends. He and Rupesh were talking to Jay.
“How come you eat with your hands?” Naveed asks
“God gave us hands, that’s why we should use them. It’s natural.” Josh replied. He was in his suit and he switched to eating with his hands.
“Doesn’t it make your employees a bit uncomfortable?” Asked Naveed, quizzically.
“Nah.”
“Alright.”

Naveed mentioned how his family ate with their hands to Naveed and Josh was at first telling Naveed to shut up, apologising to Jay with his head swaying in a yes no gesture, which led to the conversation at the restaurant. Rupla apologised on Naveed’s behalf, explaining to Naveed in private, taking him to a corner, that “you’re not supposed to say that to them!”
“What?” protested Naveed.
“Shut up.” said Josh. That was the end of that particular conversation.

Whatever people did they did talk to him. Everyone had their own way of relating to him. Some were his cousins, uncles, nephews. He had an empathy. Some avoided him in their strength of denial, or a stronger empathy. Some avoided him from a sense of shamelessness.

Josh was talking to a group of people, but he still didn’t want to lose Naveed’s love so he ventured to look back round in a gesture dramatic from drama school Naveed would have loved, it’s just what had mattered to him was Navdeep’s unfailing gaze, and obedient listening. He was a luvvie eager for his approval not himself. He was capable of great adoration of others, to secretly shake hands with his unacceptable side of self. He never really tamed the other way. Whoever it was, he was generous to a fault, though he had his life under control, it’s like it was for you to have watched that made it what it was.

He needed some kind of worshipful force to direct him back to accepting himself, and that love that those luvvies don’t commonly know of, a careless narcissist cannot return her to his original non-judgmental self, that we all begin with. It was similar to the issues Loretta faced in her youth.

Naveed was too polite, he paid attention to people who fought just a little for it. He ignored Josh. Josh dutifully attended to his work with the sadness of a new resolve, he had to listen to what others were telling him about himself and his behaviours.

The Londoners is a collection of 21 eclectic short stories depicting quintessential London in all it’s breadth and scope with profundity, wit and humour. Meet the characters that make up this inimitable urban collection and explore the short stories and enjoy this quality collection of unforgettable stories to savour.

EAGLE HAMLETS is an urban indie singer songwriter from London.

5 Things You Can Do To Participate In The Eagle Hamlets Music Project:

  1. Check out his songs ‘Prospect Calendar’, ‘Fall of The Tyrants’ and ‘Withdraw’: A song about the persecution of Falun Gong, the peaceful tai chi type practice that goes by the principles of Truthfulness, Compassion, Forbearance. Yet, the CCP is persecuting the group in China with over 3,600 people killed.
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The Londoners: John

Short Story Number 17 John

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Hello everyone, welcome to The Londoners short stories series! In this instalment John, the memorable character is introduced, making great use of the motif travel imagery that runs throughout the work. There are some wonderful poetic and lyrical turns of phrase in this piece. Click on the additionally featured characters highlighted to read their story in the collection. Don’t forget to rate us up if you enjoyed the piece. Regards, Eagle Hamlets. 

John, younger brother of Timothy, was in a relationship with a women in her thirties, he was age twenty eighteen. She hadn’t disclosed the exact figure, her age, although he got to know all about her when they were spending time together. John wasn’t as athletic as the other boys and was a sensitive intellectual. They talked about romantic trips to Venice and the yearning Qawalli music of the Middle East. She was animated he was imaginative using witty asides as part of his speech – that was their conversational styles, in fact.

He thought she was his prize. He was at an age where eating chicken shawarmas at the upmarket Moroccan restaurant and other grilled foods were more important to him than any other delicacies. He was earnest, untainted by disappointment, he always showed up on time. So when she went AWOL on his ass, there was no time to spell it out to him, the reasons why, on a scheduled date for the Saturday, he was at a loss as to how to respond. Her phone he left wailing messages, that were absurd in their melodramatic tone, that he used up all her recording space for messages, it should be noted. He decided he liked her slick antics and vowed never to be innocent again. He was on the phone to his friend Greg, he had the phone on his shoulder gazing out his window at the traffic lights.

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He took a girl for a ride with his cerebral games, she drove a Mercedez Benz. She let him drive it sometimes around the city, sometimes at night when there was an open and free road, or in the early hours. One day he took the car for a spin, turning the car round, a 180…as they call it and sped off to make a new life in the city. His new friend awaited him, he was single, shrewd, and he was not looking to settle for anything, haste drove him. Caroline ate at the restaurant, a steaming dish, fine and proper, was brought out by the waiter, and her company? Her own. She was moving up in her new job, a new world, that Little John could only wantonly be in envy of. John had a terrible temper that shook up their relationship, so she looked the other way, they were not seeing eye to eye, such was the state of things. He was chewing the fat of a bitter ambition, to be a lucrative young buck, a big shot, making an untold fortune, he was already at the executive level in a New York company, he was in Big Business, when he was with Caroline, a native New Yorker who was a bit crass.

What John really wanted was to be like Caroline: He never imagined someone who was so kind, could suddenly change their tune. Before, it seemed like she was the only dude she would treat nicely, because he seemed trustworthy, and he saw her other side only play out with all the other men, never with him before. It was the combination of tact and severity that overthrew him and created a jealous admiration of her personal power and her wealth she didn’t disclose to him.

He didn’t drive home his manly sense of desire, he only vainly coaxed her coquettishly. It wasn’t good enough for her. However, he decided he needed his authority back to even the urban landscape of his life by repeating in kind the behaviour that was so slickly done onto him. To know power, was to misuse it. Perhaps, in the long run, he would be a better man for it. After he betrayed someone, finding the right moment all of a sudden in the easy relationship, as an excuse — he accepted that no one was perfect but by then he was never caught with his guard down, a smooth talker. He seemed more accepting of who Caroline was, and now had a more realistic view of himself. They had gone their separate ways.

© Zubyre Parvez 2018. All Rights Reserved.

The Londoners is a collection of 21 eclectic short stories depicting quintessential London in all it’s breadth and scope with profundity, wit and humour. Meet the characters that make up this inimitable urban collection and explore the short stories and enjoy this quality collection of unforgettable stories to savour.

EAGLE HAMLETS is an urban indie singer songwriter from London.

5 Things You Can Do To Participate In The Eagle Hamlets Music Project:

  1. Check out his songs ‘Prospect Calendar’, ‘Fall of The Tyrants’ and ‘Withdraw’: A song about the persecution of Falun Gong, the peaceful tai chi type practice that goes by the principles of Truthfulness, Compassion, Forbearance. Yet, the CCP is persecuting the group in China with over 3,600 people killed.
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The Londoners: Greg and Rupert

Short Story Number 16 Greg and Rupert

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Hello everyone, welcome to The Londoners short stories series! In this instalment there is an entertaining interaction between Greg and Rupert follows in this piece, that explores friendship, and interactions, enjoy the author’s characteristic perceptive writing. Don’t forget to vote us up if you enjoyed the piece. Regards, Eagle Hamlets.

Sometimes Greg smiled because he understood, sometimes he was in repose because he understood, looking at him attentively, as his friend ashamedly confided in him, looking up at him, smiling the whole time as he was speaking. Even on the phone calls he took, you could hear his smile. Either way, his friend had to learn for himself what he wanted to do. Was he getting it right? That was the basis of their friendship and what it revolved around.

Sometimes, Greg would talk from his own experience which nudged Rupert from his self-absorbed ponderings. Steering the conversation purposely in his direction some people could not really listen for long without talking about themselves or how their stories are related to their won, when they weren’t doing back with something bigger and better.

Some people so centred in their own train of thought that they weren’t actually listening. Sometimes Greg would be thinking about something whilst listening. So then Rupert would ask for affirmation: ‘are you listening?’ Greg would succinctly summarise what he was saying, but it wasn’t just a small indication of what details he had caught onto, but rather it was the main of it together with his response. Naturally, some people retained more information than others. Rupert couldn’t keep up with his own impressions and thoughts, let alone what was going around him, therefore, he would sometimes talk a bit loudly, not paying attention to his surroundings, saying inappropriate stuff, that was vague and incoherent.

© Zubyre Parvez 2018 All Rights Reserved

The Londoners is a collection of 21 eclectic short stories depicting quintessential London in all it’s breadth and scope with profundity, wit and humour. Meet the characters that make up this inimitable urban collection and explore the short stories and enjoy this quality collection of unforgettable stories to savour.

 

EAGLE HAMLETS is an urban indie singer songwriter from London.

5 Things You Can Do To Participate In The Eagle Hamlets Music Project:

  1. Check out his songs ‘Prospect Calendar’, ‘Fall of The Tyrants’ and ‘Withdraw’: A song about the persecution of Falun Gong, the peaceful tai chi type practice that goes by the principles of Truthfulness, Compassion, Forbearance. Yet, the CCP is persecuting the group in China with over 3,600 people killed.
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The Londoners: Agnieska

Short Story Number 15 Agnieska

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Hello everyone, welcome to The Londoners short stories series! In this instalment Eastern European tribes are explored! This short story is the most satirical of the pieces the author has written from the collection. By turns, thoughtful, fun and vivid, the characterisation in this piece is among the author’s strongest. Don’t forget to vote us up if you enjoyed the piece. Regards, Eagle Hamlets.

She was calculating with her money and shopped at The Pound Store, where there were warehouse prices for quality brands, brands you would feel awkward or disheartening to pay less for, the reverse of a generous tip, goods were flogged to the flock. She wore a skimpy dress and was wafer thin like a model. She drank lots of coffee from her portable coffee maker, she knew how to make the perfect blend for herself and for after Sunday dinner when the relatives were invited round. The Europeans knew the subtleties of fine blend coffee, that the Americans crassly imitated and tried to monopolize.

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Her brother was a mechanic, he fixed cars in his workshop. There would be techno blaring out from the radio, when they were not listening to classic hits of the DJ’s playlist. His overalls were not for any purposes of fashion. He would drink beer, race and jump the traffic lights in his secondhand beat up motor. He would loiter in the parks drinking beer with company of bottles, heads and shoulders digging in the crates, the lot of them. There was an Eastern European store that arrogantly sold sausage and soups in East London, full of residents from Pakistan, India, Shri Lanka and Bangladesh, a mixture of legal citizens and illegal immigrants. Her relationships were complicated and involved detailed arrangements.

There was a proper regard for books and culture that they had grown accustomed to from their cultural backgrounds in Poland, Latvia, and Lithuania.
The history was remembered in the 18th Century architecture that remained and was still in active use. They grew up listening to classical composers and because of such an environment they would always be saying the word ‘beautiful’ in their conversations. Yet she made short arty films associated with Europeans, symbolic but always of an ambiguous morality. The reels ran for almost 20 minutes, submitted to the course administrator in good time, typing up coursework at the University library ’till dawn. The monochrome of contemporary art she read of seemed vague once more with an excess of notions that were affectations of expressions, rather than statements of truth.

She cared for social etiquette and presentation of the cultural kind and smiled sweetly. She hated honest talk and felt embarrassed at people who were not as busy or active. She could not look them in the eye, especially the knowing honest kind, introverted. Or the male who excessively daydreamed, unhardened by responsibility. She loved bearded men with dashing manners. She hated men who were talkative in a discursive manner, devoid of any lively pranks and humour. Her man had to be heavy with struggle so she could smile condescendingly at them, someone not as heavy as her would frustrate her, but had a possibility of winning her over, but she knew it was out of the question in these instances for her, not her brother’s friend. Because she knew she was out of his league. Different leagues sometimes cannot compromise and it was his call. She had to settle in hating him to keep boundaries and maintain the social structures that are stable. She therefore hated him because he was unattainable and decided she was unsuitable. Her self image was strengthened in feeling and style from the odd combination of designer wear and cheap dresses from Eastern Europe. She clearly fitted in with her crowd, her people. She only said a passing hello to her neighbour Mustapha, who played rap records late on the weekends.

Other groups of nationalities, races, were a jigsaw. She felt uncomfortable when she saw someone who was dressed loosely for the competition it presented. Those who acted more at ease with themselves, their fuller dresses, who were bubbly as champagne. She was domestic in her cleanliness, and schedules ran her life after a while, instead of the other way round. She would get caught in a rut unable to get round to changing things as required. Her great grandfather was of the royal lineage in Poland. She wanted to make her own way in the world.

She was a meticulous person who not stop mentally comparing prices and people and the feelings they exuded as their true worth. Not everyone was cut from the same cloth, but everyone could dress however they wished. Some dressed in power suits with shoulder pads, making impressions count for a lot or to express what was embodied and understood within? Some dressed from their socially privileged status, in keeping with their environment, of friends and acquaintances of their circle. Some imagined and created their lives, others thought uniformly and conventionally. Some traveled, were upwardly mobile, some frequented the same circle, day after day, their phones fired with text messages they were darting back and forth. Some retained their originality, rather than discover it, which could stand through the most diverse of people and meetings of minds.

© Zubyre Parvez 2018. All Rights Reserved.

The Londoners is a collection of 21 eclectic short stories depicting quintessential London in all it’s breadth and scope with profundity, wit and humour. Meet the characters that make up this inimitable urban collection and explore the short stories and enjoy this quality collection of unforgettable stories to savour.

 

EAGLE HAMLETS is an urban indie singer songwriter from London.

5 Things You Can Do To Participate In The Eagle Hamlets Music Project:

  1. Check out his songs ‘Prospect Calendar’, ‘Fall of The Tyrants’ and ‘Withdraw’: A song about the persecution of Falun Gong, the peaceful tai chi type practice that goes by the principles of Truthfulness, Compassion, Forbearance. Yet, the CCP is persecuting the group in China with over 3,600 people killed.
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The Londoners: James Changzhu

Short Story 14 James Changzhu

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Hello everyone, welcome to The Londoners. A nice exploration of making new beginnings, relationships, and the themes of freedom, travel and philosophy that runs throughout the authors work. In addition there’s an interesting parallel drawn between the art of writing, visualisation and the imagination and life and living. Don’t forget to rate us up if you enjoyed the piece. Regards, Eagle Hamlets. 

James Changzhu owed John Singleton £1000 to repair his car at the garage the car was fitted with new doors. He had let new people into his new life, let others go. No longer knocking their doors. As he looked around his house he thought about their past.

They moved around from London to Los Angeles stayed in so many places closing doors, opening doors of their cars. He arrived at James doorstep and rang the bell. James had his money in an envelope with his name underlined on it.

James had let go of his ex, she was just all numbers (phone calls) and letters (written notes) they grew apart and took two different paths. She belonged to someone else. It was unusual what he once saw as desirable meant less to him compared to before. He knew the relationship made no sense.

He could see what he wanted out of life. Sincerity meant a real life. There were people in his past who tried to navigate him in all sorts of positions. Dreams and bon voyage to them.

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It was a slow dawn it took time for the clouds to clear to reveal the sky. He learned to make his path right, no longer criticising others with an arms length attitude in an armchair, but taking action in the manner that coolly suited him. What he was able to bring forth was gradually coming to light, the curtain opening. It’s what he stood to gain, that emerged. He no longer lived in the perspective of others and made further room for himself and saw things in a new light, he bought a new set of designer clothes he freshly conceived of, leaving behind the person he used to be. No matter who thought they were wearing the trousers in the relationship. He took new photographs and lived by new images.

The catalogue of the present offered more in the way of the present. He built his life brick by brick out of words from his favourite books he kept from his uni days,(he had read English at Hertfordshire university with James Changzhu, back in the day). They were his keepsakes, through visualisation, he was a writer. It was easy to look outwardly to criticise once again and do nothing novel and brood but he decided he would set things right for himself. He didn’t want to linger in apathy in mediocrity, because it he getting things started.

How many times have people built, from new foundations, how many times did he abandon a project for it to be built this way and that. If it was to be honed, if there was more in the way of acquisitions, relationships, developments and real accomplishments.He didn’t want a relationship with the landlady, who was grounded, composed – I should note – he didn’t make much of it. He was at a stage in life where the stage could be his, to play a leading role in something, he thought, if he took the time to learn.

What he made of things used to be more important than what he’d do with them, philosophy meant building right from the right place, and it took time to find one’s place in life. To ply the carpentry of his trade.
Every time he went his own way he realised there was a bigger picture a vaster horizon ahead, it became more and more the thing he wouldsettle for. The things that bothered him about others he could simply free himself of, and it was too bothersome to mind once one had moved on, it didn’t mean what it used to, they were smaller and more distant after a time, although he could zoom in on them if he wished, that left him with a greater sense of being in the present.

Progress including getting past the limitations of people’s views to getting past the let downs and all the things they said that he was, that he never was, and was just a reflection of their own confusion, no longer left on him, to see self in some way for what people are, that’s all James Changzhu needed to do, and give it some.In the picturesque boutique hotel lobby where he was reflective and refreshed by the changes he had made. Encore! The paintings of the Renaissance in the National Gallery were as dear to him as home truths, their usual wit and honesty.

© Zubyre Parvez 2018. All Rights Reserved.

 

The Londoners is a collection of 21 eclectic short stories depicting quintessential London in all it’s breadth and scope with profundity, wit and humour. Meet the characters that make up this inimitable urban collection and explore the short stories and enjoy this quality collection of unforgettable stories to savour.

EAGLE HAMLETS is an urban indie singer songwriter from London.

5 Things You Can Do To Participate In The Eagle Hamlets Music Project:

  1. Check out his songs ‘Prospect Calendar’, ‘Fall of The Tyrants’ and ‘Withdraw’: A song about the persecution of Falun Gong, the peaceful tai chi type practice that goes by the principles of Truthfulness, Compassion, Forbearance. Yet, the CCP is persecuting the group in China with over 3,600 people killed.
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