Section 1

CHAPTER TWO: DON’TYOUNDERSTANDWHATI’MTRYINGTOSAY   Soaring thru a vortex in time A hand disjunctive, music of The universe builds, surrounded By constellations, stars immense In number; Pleiades pursued by Orion The three sisters looking on, already taken Ayres shows...

Section 2

Roger’s hands were shaking as he fumbled with the lock, finally slipping the key in and turning, settling himself into the unrecognizable confines of his apartment. He was saddened to look at the obvious signs of the break-up; the lighter patches on the wall,...

Section 3

She woke in a fiery splash of pain, her mind screaming for help as the flame like tongues lapped across her clothes. But the blur of the night now melded into the hideous whiteness of the room. Those eyes. How those eyes full of remorse and sympathy, the face within a...

Section 4

Roy Bradley sat on the balcony of his condominium, watching the fog roll in across San Francisco Bay. He absentmindedly rolled the wheel of the mouse along his blog Write2it and contemplated 10 reasons why a sharpie is mightier than the sword. He knew the answer, of...

Section 5

The ritual complete, the tattered old man limped forward and placed his hands across the cheek of burnt out flesh before him: then with unabashed fury shattered the corpse with a tremendous kick and bellow. Crows sprang from the limbs of the orange trees surrounding...

Section 6

“What a mess I’ve made of this,” Roger was stuck in a supply closet on the 7th floor near the burn ward. “I should have known.” Roger had spent the better part of the afternoon reckoning the hospital for ingress and egress, hanging inconspicuously at the reception...

Section 7

She wears no makeup, goes unjeweled, and arrives habitually underdressed in the simplest of outfits for an evening, her hair almost too casually pinned or arranged, as if hastily done up at the last minute for whatever black tie dinner has been arranged. A slender,...

Section 8

Roger slipped through the door and gazed at the mummy lying in the bed, its limbs wrapped in gauze and tape. He still couldn’t believe he was giving up his principles for mere money, but the reality was that he needed the job and he felt a tinge of pride that he was...
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