I drove so far I found it hard to believe in myself. Sharing what little I had of a shadow with the id... And supermen waltzed by. There's a smell stuck on the back of my troath that keeps reminding me of you. Makes a difference when the sun goes down. Right this way, the … Continue reading lux/Callie
Tag: Flash Fiction
Wound strings, far too tight About to burst A gentle smile spoke a thousand lies To hide one truth The sad skeleton couldn't help but laugh, I offered a cigarette. Into the unknown holding hands, Skin about to burn The things you love might kill you from the inside If you're not careful enough A … Continue reading burstLord
May your rest be long and dreamless So our hearts can have a breath Take it, Take it as far away as you need. A consultation? I'm... Sorry? There are no answers left in me. The resonance stopped.
I opened the door and was showered in light, almost like a reflex, no, Precisely as a reflex I squinted. Deep, deep breath. The sky is so blue, too much, with not a single cloud in sight. A reflex to the reflex the door was closed again. It was beautiful but, Just not for me.
When I open my eyes I can’t help but wonder how much was a dream, how much was reality and how much was imagination. There are differences, however subtle, however prominent, in each of those. But the main point is, When I open my eyes I wonder how much of what I had seen was … Continue reading Sonic. Sonic. Nurse. Thursday.
I wake up, rubbing my eyes. When I stand my body feels... alright actually. The problem is not in my muscles, it’s not in my bones, and still it is somewhere on the borderline of tangible. It’s hard to tell exactly what it is, morning coffee doesn’t help, same with a few push-ups. Thinking nothing … Continue reading Mourning Coffee
Nikki, I should have let you know. As a worm I kept moving too... What...? What did I mean to find. I’m sorry, Even now I’m being too self-centered aren’t I? But, I’m sorry... It’s just that too many parts of me want to crawl to where you are. Only then, through the mud and … Continue reading w(O)rm