Author Archive

Dear Ex Lover – for DraftSpace April

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Dear ex-lover, I’m writing this to tell you that I am okay. I wonder where you are and what you’re like, but I realize my idea of you is three years old. I… Continue reading

Wednesday Stories: Wretched

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You’re bossy and you’re conceited, I thought that you were mean but that the meanness was hiding something more tender. You called me a prostitute once, when we went to a restaurant –… Continue reading

Friday Flash: Eliana

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                        Eliana was a name you couldn’t pronounce, a face you couldn’t remember. She’d glide through the crowd in the train station… Continue reading

Wednesday Stories: Sham

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Sham had been an architect because she wanted to create things that were permanent and unmovable. She had just divorced from her husband, now everything felt like paper. She had long learned that… Continue reading

Friday Flash: Ocean

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Living next to your skin, its prickliness. I feel you fading into yourself, its begun even before the day has. You’ve allowed yourself to sink again, I look into your eyes and try… Continue reading

Friday Flash: Dreamer

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There is a castle in the sky, where Maya thinks up new dreams for herself.  She deserves good things, she knows, this life will one day change with a violent whoosh and a tornado will… Continue reading

Friday Flash: Dark Room

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You said I was awkward and I thought you meant it kindly, and then the day we moved in together you called me neat, I also took this as a compliment. There was,… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneers: Anchor

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For Madison Wood‘s Friday Fictioneers picture prompt challenge:

Sunday Postscripts: October Readings

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Friday Fictioneers: Companionship

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For Madison Wood‘s Friday Fictioneers picture prompt challenge: