Monthly Archives: July 2014

Peanut Butter

He licked the peanut butter off his hands. Some red caught his eye. Was that blood? He looked down at his hands. Nothing. He flipped them over and surveyed again. Nothing. The two halves of bread came together easily and … Continue reading

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Fire

The day was sunny and bright, like his mood. He grabbed his favorite toy, the firetruck with the ladder on it. He shuffled it around, this way and that, making the noises as he went. He was in his own … Continue reading

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Desperate

The cake sat, uneaten, on the table. The soft hum of the radio tuned to static filled the air. The coffee pot stood empty on the counter. Nothing moved.  The wind frittered through the trees outside, knocking a lone branch … Continue reading

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Gone Missing

I thought I would find her by the sea. Definitely by the sea. She always spoke so highly of it: the lapping of the waves against the shore, the long sandy beaches perfect for running on when the light of … Continue reading

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You Don’t Want Me

She walks in the door and before she can open her mouth, she breaks down. He growls at her, “What the fuck is it now?” Part of her is tempted to walk back out the door, get in her car … Continue reading

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