Month: May 2019
NTS: Edit. Edit. Edit. Cut. Cut. Cut. Read. Read. Read. x
Jacqueline: Draft 8 “Write our story,” she says. The seasons cast differing light into the shoebox of her room. The ceiling is vaulted, the walls painted the palest shade of blue: ‘frost,’ as designer’s coo. If one looks up, one can imagine an open roof and paper-white clouds. The windows are long and rectangular to let in light. It is spring and the light … Read More
“And I wish I had known him when he was younger Before he had exchanged his smile for a mask I would have begged for a ride on his motorcycle The one he left in pieces on the dirt floor of a wooden shed.”
Once upon a time, two children planted a Lilac bush. Inch by inch the bush grew taller until it towered over the garden. In spring, the blossoms bowed, heavy with rain. “Come play.” Lost in time, the children crept behind a wall of heart shaped leaves and bloom, playing until contented from perfume. Hands shook the branches, feet crushed the errant petals. “A path … Read More
+ say it
one of life’s great truths, the simpler the better.