Tiny crowds within, Our bodies that we won’t know, Without microscopes.
This is a work of fiction. “Would you like me to call an ambulance?” Mercy shakes her head. “Would you like to sleep in my guest room?” “Please,” she whispers. Thank goodness there’s one on the main floor. I’ve been setting it up for when Mom, Dad, and Mona come to visit. So far, there’s… Continue reading Isolation – Part 3
The secret of love, Is giving and receiving, Without possessing.
This is a work of fiction. “What time do you need to go back downstairs?” Grace asks. “Not until about ten.” “Oh good. I haven’t talked frankly with anybody except Peter and the kids since before we moved here.” “I don’t understand.” “My customers are wonderful, but if they knew, they might not be.” “If… Continue reading In Life – Part 12 – Sci-Fi Fantasy
If I write nothing, My characters will be hurt, And so I must write.
This is a work of fiction. Unfortunately, swimming didn’t last long. We’d all been enjoying ourselves for about fifteen minutes, when two boys about Curly’s age entered the pool area. Behind them, there was a blonde woman whom I took to be their mom. Freckles was climbing up onto the diving board, and I was… Continue reading Time Gone By – Part 27 – Science Fiction
Stories always change, From idea to finished work, Don’t get too attached.