Literary

Icarus

Icarus standing in the kitchen in your indiana jones hat, you roll out the last tortilla (put cheese in the middle and don’t forget the oil of life -- and lots of it) and talk to the dog. max whines from the floor, rearranging tirelessly every time his pawpads slip on the dirty white tiles.… Continue reading Icarus

Literary

Flower

Two little black eyes scanned over the swirl of faceless ghosts. Nope, he thought, no one familiar. Had he been surprised or had there been even the possibility he would have recognized anyone, his bony shoulders would have risen up for the simple pleasure of collapsing back down. Mind going over motion, he imagined his… Continue reading Flower

Literary

Poetry

Where The Sidewalk Begins Where the sidewalk begins the Mountain does not end― The memories of her streambed the footprints of an ant course, crawl just beneath the crust. And they say a seed can lie dormant a thousand years. And they say a dream can lie dormant a thousand years. This is not a… Continue reading Poetry

Literary

Wedding Day

A couple waited at a small table in a bakery for their order. They exchanged smiles and a few laughs between conversing and reminiscing. They chose this specific place and this specific day for nostalgia and right of passage. Between sharing their memories, they spoke little of what lay ahead. They asked the man at… Continue reading Wedding Day