Do You Really Think the End Will Be that Obvious?

Hooded in sweatshirt overcast, cardboard box frays and spills out caramel specks to punctuate the close step saunter, leading from the refrigerator to the front porch. Blood showcases age based on the hue leaking in accordance to the curator’s transformation. Fall leaves break and resound like a throat gurgling pop-rocks and coke, missteps are accidentalContinue reading “Do You Really Think the End Will Be that Obvious?”

Metaphysics of Learning to Tie Your Shoe

Time describes an action’s value and success is measured against the time it takes to complete a task, consider a child learning to tie their shoes, point of triumph defined as bunny ears settle to hear the crescendo of finished knots, but in defiance of quick completion star light traversed decades to brighten optic nervesContinue reading “Metaphysics of Learning to Tie Your Shoe”

Dahlia and Dolls

Dahlia fed her dolls arsenic wafers to coerce fabric to adjust tone from Caucasian to the porcelain sheen of her mother’s cherished china. Last Easter her mother was setting the table, using care to place the dinnerware gently on the floral patterned tabletop. Dahlia licked her index finger and touched a stack of saucers, arrangedContinue reading “Dahlia and Dolls”