Monthly Archives: July 2020

C’est Fini

Well, okay, I still have to patch the extra hole in the wall, but we managed to finish the bathroom. Mirrors are up (if slightly crooked, no judging please) New switch plates are installed. New towel holders. The light is … Continue reading

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Seeds of Destruction, Chapter 2

Chapter 2 “No. The company is not shutting down.” Marcus nearly choked on the thought. He quickly sealed his plastic container closing up the last bite of sausage and cabbage. Cabbage and sausage. The same thing every day. His life … Continue reading

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Happy Independence Day

This weekend, those of us in the US will celebrate our Independence Day. In honor of the occasion, I have written the following poem: Anthem of the Ordinary We are old Backs bent from the weight of time Faces charted … Continue reading

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Seeds of Destruction, Chapter 1

Chapter 1 Iona Edwards watched as her insulated mug twirled once then toppled over, splashing her freshly poured Dr. Pepper on the chipped cafeteria table. For the love of Pete. Despite the din swirling inside the lunchroom, the number of … Continue reading

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