I stand in front of my dryer, watching the dial slowly wind. The internal joints screeching like frenzied birds in search of release. There's life left in the old girl, but you can hear the end is near. The time will come, wasted and worn, when man and machine will find their final resting place … Continue reading Seeing the Future Unfold as the Dryer Spins
They spoke in hushed tones, eyes darting across the Monday night patrons of the Spoilt Brat. "If this is to happen, we will have to dispose of Sylvester." Alexia hadn't considered that. She was fond of Sylvester, and had been since she was a little girl. Above them the lightbulb surged, as if an idea–or … Continue reading Birth Of The Orange Demon
The flash of your eyes lights electric highways across my skin. Sparks dance playfully in the air between us. Has anyone felt this way before? Distance holds no power, and the world holds no sway. Without a spoken word we understand that life can never be the same again. The train draws into the station … Continue reading Star Crossed Commuters
I'm confused and befuddled,Perhaps shellshocked or muddledBabbling away without pause or causeI have the words, just too manyAnd few seem right, if anyI don't know if this is correctI'm well known for being very directI fear I could talk for a night and a dayAnd feel I just may, if you were to stayBut all … Continue reading All I’m Really Trying To Say
"Sweetheart, you have to do something about it. It's disgusting.""No! It's my body, my choice!""Please. It's been weeks, the smell is awful. I think it's time for you to bury it."