A phone up in heaven, I wish there was. And if God would let me call, to the great up above. I would dial each day, nothing out of the blue. But I’m left here alone, all but the memories of. A phone up in heaven, it was 2002, Dear Pepere laid to rest, my … Continue reading A Phone Up In Heaven
Mindless monotony. Void, empty. Robbed of meaning. Purposeless. A sunrise for every sunset. “But why?” A query for hope. Each day. Going through the motions. Mindless motions. Empty skulls. Consciousness left behind. Miles away. Action without thought. The mind in space. Space so full. The far away future. The forgotten past. Caught up. In the … Continue reading Meditative Monotony
High up upon the dust-coated shelves of Citgo’s sparse grocery section sat the beloved bag of all-dressed ruffled potato chips. She imagined the familiar and pungent aroma, such an anomalous composite of flavors. Ketchup, BBQ, paprika, and vinegar jointly infused to create the strangest but most delightful of spud concoctions. “Just $2.00?” she thought wistfully … Continue reading Guilty Pleasures
It was a satin blue dress. It was sleeveless, the kind of dress seen in the tabloids. A dress fit to be worn on the red carpet and photographed for the cover of Entertainment Weekly. It was a shade of blue reminiscent of the Duchess of Cambridge. Feminine and classy, it was the perfect coalescence … Continue reading Two.
Be a lady they said. Your skirt is too short. Your shirt is too low. Your pants are too tight. Don’t show so much skin. Don’t show your thighs. Don’t show your breasts. Don’t show your midriff. Don’t show your cleavage. Don’t show your underwear. Don’t show your shoulders. Cover up. Leave something to the … Continue reading Be A Lady They Said
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