A Term for the Second Coming

Centuries turn and a feline Will hide behind the couch before they die. A fly borrows spaces habituated by glaring screens To upset normal procedures Turning over Like insect eyes. His face And her smile Sought common ground To tread the turn over Greeting them Like traffic noise. Together they entered the hallway Pointed toContinue reading “A Term for the Second Coming”

In Opposition of the Bathroom Faucet

A fly landed on Howard’s bathroom sink, he noticed the insect, placed his fingers under the leaking spout and sprinkled droplets of water over the docile fly. It didn’t flinch and accepted the shower as useless happenstance, like a death-row inmate closing their eyes without a tear before lethal injection…  If a person catches aContinue reading “In Opposition of the Bathroom Faucet”

BoReD…meeting

Sideways glance parceled to dust inside the air conditioner’s invisible puffs, in rhythm like a Bolshoi dancer subconsciously following the lead of their instructor’s piercing tongue. Lifting pupils to zig-zag in congruence as the presenter thrums on the white board, secured to the wall and holding glares from fluorescent lights humming and beaming above aContinue reading “BoReD…meeting”

unemployed.

“The End Of $600 Unemployment Benefits Will Hit Millions Of Households And The Economy”-NPR Farmer Ronaldo had a fistful of grain left to distribute among his stable of livestock and fowl. He entered his barn and shook the feed in his hand like they were dice, strolled up and down the aisle, made eye contactContinue reading “unemployed.”