Pick up the phone, no one answers. I miss you already, and search for a dial tone. On a cold night, the heat rises too high. Quell the sadness by any means. Unnecessary to state the obvious. There is no headstone and no etched… Continue Reading “Poem: Death of N.R.Y.G.”
Looking in the tall mirror, your vision short. Lagging behind, not ready to move. Hold the bar tight like super glue. Twirl around more than once. Now stop, I’m getting dizzy. It’s amazing you have survived.
Open up wide, deeper. Here I come, ready or not. Grab me with your fingers. Spin me in circles on your palm. Easy now, so I don’t fall. It’s a wonder you are alive.
Do not read if you haven’t seen all seasons from The Handmaid’s Tale!!! I religiously watched every episode in this season as soon as it came out. I have to say I pretty much knew the outcome of the last episode after the certain… Continue Reading “Review of The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4”
I plan on incorporating this in one of my stories. I don’t understand the revolution that has taken place with abbreviations. I seriously need a cheat sheet to tell me what these mean. I don’t use twitter nor do I use these acronyms except… Continue Reading “More You Know: Acronyms”
He opened the book to the middle of his masterpiece. He had written it long ago. His eyes were not as good as they had been a year ago. The days had crept upon his heart. The nights had sickened his lungs. He should… Continue Reading “Flash Fiction: The Middle”
Everyone whispered about the way she parted her hair, but no one had the courage to talk to her. If they had any guts to open their mouths and utter the truth, she would have realized it looked stupid. No one wore her hair… Continue Reading “Writing Exercise #2”
That was the time he stopped believing in the stars in the dark sky. It had not shown its true brilliance in months. The constellations were mostly hidden by the clouds. They were different shapes and sizes. When he looked up at the stars,… Continue Reading “Writing Exercise #1”