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Not To Say

Life Poem I wanna roll Not sit in this stall Wanna rediscover the sights Not from in these wall Plenty out there to see Not seeing it all from in here Knowing I can...

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Reservoirs

Short Fiction   A vulture floated high in the desert sky, circling around itself. It looked like an insect struggling in the spiderweb of my broken windshield. The taste of iron was heavy in my...

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A Taste – Part One

Short Story   Kevin plunged the knife into the margarine and dug out a chunk, scraping it over warm toast. He’d been in the middle of checking a voicemail when the toaster popped, and...

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How It Feels to Be Fired

Alternative Fiction   Every night, as I lay silently with my siblings, I could hear her screams.  Although I desperately wanted to do something, I just stayed where I was, totally impotent.  From my...

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Spaceman

Short Story He could see the constellations from his bed. His dad taped up little plastic glow-in-the-dark stars on the ceiling. Some were in the shape of actual constellations, most weren’t. There was a...

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Life Flows Away

Poem Hands forced on each other Blue sky A face without eyes Smiles Life flows away Crying emotions A sunny day Angry flying plates Kisses Life flows away Goodbye hugs Rainbows in rain Slaps...

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Serenity

Spoken Word So it came to pass, that one morning I awoke, and the Serenity Prayer snapped into place within the folds of my grey matter. After so many years, the ghosts populate more...

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It’s All In Your Hands

Poem On a motorcycle, zipline, airplane I want to soar down the snowy mountain I want to blaze up the trail Be young and burn this energy Get high off my own vitality The...

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Saturday Afternoon

Short Fiction   The woman came by each Saturday afternoon with a record player and a considerable stack of records. The hands that dropped them into place were heavily veined and thick with age,...

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Doors

Short Fiction   I was 16 when I had my first abortion…only abortion actually. I’ve only ever had one. I thought I should clarify that. I wouldn’t want to give you the wrong impression....

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Talk 21 – Apples

Serial Fiction No cigarette for me, thank you. I quit. I never took you for a quitter. Before I eat I want you to tell me what you know. Every day is a gift....

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The Wonders of Why

Life Poem There she was, Looking for a way out. She didn’t know she was looking, But there was help on the way. She asked for help of her maker Before the answer was...

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Decluttering

Poem The light in the trees shines my eyes The breeze from the white sky Cools my burning mind The life in the tall grass Cleans what I see The open space surrounding me...