My vote. I could have counted on my one hand how many times I had been asked for my vote. No. I could have counted on one finger how many times I had been asked for my vote. But that one time, that one time was all it took. I was hooked into it. My opinion mattered to someone. I mattered to someone.
Her pupils dialated. Oh what that told me about them.
She knew it too.
She’d given away their little secret without saying a damn thing
Me, a bastard child raised in a house of orthodox monks?
Isn’t that one of those things that was against the Word?
Perhaps not. I could be wrong.
Then again, I never did pay much attention…[Read more]
Sandcastle on the beach
Sandcastle on the shore
In come the tidal waves,
Sandcastle no more
Big person in the city
Big person in the sky
Bigger person comes along
Little person now but why?
Kisses sweet like honey
Kisses sweet like milk
Kisses like the summertime
And dandelions and silk.
Overcooked… There’s not much to write here about this topic, but I’ll try…
I set forth on this journey, hoping that one day I’d reach a place of shining waters and serene beaches, nay, I have reached a place of squelching sun and overripe fruits. It is here that I am left, overcooked by the broiling suns of others. It is here that I feel…[Read more]
He stood before me, looking like the silvery mist that hovered over the water just behind him. What was he? A real man? Or a glimps into the imagination that I had so long ago left behind? Maybe both, but I cared little for these things; I knew that I wanted him. But only in the most innocent of ways.