Always An Angel Who Cares It's 9:35 PM, he reaches for the ashtray. He brings the cigarette to his lips, and hesitates when he hears it in the dark. It's 9:37 PM.
Fiction: Thriller, T, English, Drama & Suspense, words: 1k+, 2/5/2020
Communicating With A Shadow I don't want to do this anymore
Poetry: Love, K, English, Hurt/Comfort, words: 125, 11/11/2019
1 Weeds Dear friend, I cannot tell the reasons why we started well
Poetry: Life, K, English, Tragedy, words: 73, 11/10/2019
2Class 319 As chaos and panic washes over the campus and surrounding city, freshman Garrett of Granite University finds himself isolated inside a bathroom stall in his dormitory as the fevered voices of fellow students and classmates howl throughout the corridors. His prized possession in hand, Garrett ruminates briefly before quietly deciding to go out on his own terms.
Fiction: Horror, T, English, Horror, words: 885, 7/17/2019
Planet An afterlife I wouldn't mind
Fiction: General, K, English, words: 277, 9/8/2018
Ceremony He travels to the heart to have his deepest desire fulfilled.
Fiction: Supernatural, K, English, words: 945, 8/30/2018
An Occurrence in January » One cold morning, a middle aged man sets off on an expedition for a treasure that will finally retire him from his profession.
Fiction: Supernatural, T, English, Supernatural, chapters: 2, words: 3k+, updated: 8/28/2018 published: 8/26/2018
Hiraeth send help
Poetry: General, K, English, Tragedy, words: 115, 8/5/2018
Belated Phone Call to the Museum of Natural History I'm a selfish person, but this way you're still in the backyard. That alone appeases my cowardice.
Poetry: Friendship, K, English, Friendship & Tragedy, words: 325, 10/4/2017
Picture From Nineteen Seventy Something She was a phantom from my childhood, but for a brief moment I knew her as well as I knew anything. Her voice was surly, but proud - 'that's my grandma,' I remember thinking.
Fiction: General, K, English, Family, words: 929, 3/13/2016
The Soldier That Slept And when I looked, I found you. And you still haven't wiped the specks from your eyes.
Fiction: General, K, English, Spiritual & Hurt/Comfort, words: 415, 1/4/2016
1 Moksha The ghosts left us and we were humbled
Poetry: General, K, English, Poetry, words: 31, 10/17/2012
4 Make Your Partner Smile From a discarded acting assignment sheet left in the art building of my school campus is the basis of "Make Your Partner Smile," an activity that, when I read it, immediately gripped me and the rawness of it had me excited to try applying in a different art medium. This is my first attempt at "found poetry," all credit goes to Robert Cohen of Cape Fear Community College.
Poetry: General, K, English, Drama, words: 83, favs: 1, 8/29/2012
1 August I first met him in August when he pulled into port; wasn't the first time I'd seen him, he was the misplaced Charon of the open sea. A fabled ferryman that wouldn't grant you passage to your home, no, he would only nod and reply "where we go is far away from here."
Poetry: General, K, English, Spiritual & Adventure, words: 185, 8/9/2012
1 Vacant Signal I leave a note in a bottle bobbing in the remains of our sunken society. And inside will be my last regret, a final farewell to a drifting civilization. "Here lies his king," it will say, "a man whom swung his sword but unfortunately missed by a mile."
Poetry: Life, K, English, Hurt/Comfort & Tragedy, words: 239, 7/30/2012
Sally Mondays Miss Sally first saw light on a Monday in June, and every boy and girl clapped for the newborn angel.
Poetry: General, K, English, Drama, words: 285, 7/22/2012
2 Afternoon Haze I need much more than an oasis, only an ocean will do.
Poetry: Life, K, English, Hurt/Comfort & Poetry, words: 140, 6/28/2012
Hipsters Please Die I could tell you this story is about the trials and tribulations of a young, angry man filled with discontent in a world full of hypocrisy and fakers. I could tell you that, or I could tell you to just read the damn story.
Fiction: Young Adult, T, English, Parody & Horror, words: 1k+, 4/27/2012
Castle Crestfallen I cursed the encroaching waves; I had grown weary of their impertinence.
Poetry: Life, K, English, Hurt/Comfort & Poetry, words: 207, 3/29/2012
Wait To Be Seated Hello to you, hello from those of us still waiting in the lobby
Poetry: Friendship, K, English, Friendship & Hurt/Comfort, words: 215, 3/11/2012