The girl ran with the sun in her pocket. She was almost there, and she couldn’t afford to give up now. There was too much at stake. She could feel it digging into her leg. She could feel it scorching her calf into practically nothing. She could hear the Serpent on her tail, breathing down … Continue reading Dawn?
Ice Cream on the Cliff
I love to eat ice cream. Most people associate it with a hot, sunny summer’s day. I, however, enjoy mine on a cool summer’s night. I remember when I was young, I would occasionally go out for ice cream at night with my father. We would drive up from the lonely ice cream shop in … Continue reading Ice Cream on the Cliff
I’d heard about it before, but I never thought I’d need it. I thought that MUSE was for hacks and bores who couldn’t have an original thought with a gun to their heads. But, it seems that I was the biggest bore and the hackiest of hacks, because I had absolutely no clue what to … Continue reading MUSE
Pilgrim’s Plight: A Slaughterhouse Story
My name is Yon Yonson, I work in Wisconsin, I work at a lumbermill there. The people I meet when I walk down the street, They say, ‘What’s your name?’, And I say, My name is Yon Yonson, I work in Wisconsin… That was the song that was playing in the veterans’ hospital in Placid, … Continue reading Pilgrim’s Plight: A Slaughterhouse Story