Original Short Fiction: Terrible

Terrible It was a brisk winded May when I witnessed the murder. Nothing like the month the Temptations had in mind. I wore my gray jacket out to the playground. Ten children crowded around tricycles, clambered on and pedaled clumsily toward the sandbox, diapers sticking out of their pants. They were laughing, and I thought … Continue reading

Original Poetry: blazon

My eyes are drops of rain. My hands are passive voice. You are the apathy wine watered down that I drink in secret harsh midsummer.   I am wire stone and dry rough parchment down to my knees.   My feet are illusions even to me, but I make footprints when I run in the … Continue reading


Weekly Writing Challenge: An Instagram Just as we can suspend a moment in time by snapping a photograph, an instant can change our lives forever. For this week’s writing challenge: tell us about a moment when your life was changed in a split second. I don’t have an Instagram account, so I asked my sister … Continue reading