Tagged: routine

short story about janitor 0

The Janitor

Short Story   The janitor was always depressed and cynical. This was nothing new. The monotony of his occupation had left him numb, but he had no complaints. The anxiety he used to experience...

poem about pain 0

Monster

Poem   Even if I’d set out to intentionally create a source of pain, I couldn’t have done better. Because it never really leaves, it only lessens, Becomes distracted by a leg cramp here,...

Boyhood 0

The ‘IF’ Factor

Fifteen minutes left. Time was laughing in his face, in autocratic control of the situation. He was subject to the intervals. The sunlight beckoned through the window, but he was afraid to rush to...

In the Tram 3

Anonymous

On the bus watching the lives Sharing a schedule The cycle of everyday people. Out the window pastel houses blur Wet grey sky White ocean. First the kids Then their parents Starting their eight...

Sandy Toes 0

Empty Thread

Stitches never end Up and down the endless thread Weaving an interrupted string Rushing to quiet a wish to sing Ceaselessly working Progress is gnawing Is the epic promise growing? Almost there, just a...