Latest Fiction Post
- Undeceased Uncle Part Four Moonlight spilled across Ms. Freterer’s decanting table, dripping onto the floor. It slid over her bedspread and pooled on her face. Her throat closed. 180 long seconds. Her legs thrashed. Her hands scratched at her neck, but there weren’t fingers there. In the end, it was hopeless. She knew the price of cheating death, but she had done it anyway. *** It turns out that coming back from the dead leads to cramped muscles, stiff joints, and a number of awful bodily problems. Castor stumbled out of bed, trying to massage his limbs back to life. They resisted, but he managed to make it to the kitchen without major incident. What do the undead eat? He grabbed a bowl of cereal, Aurora had stocked up on his favorite. “Aurora, do you want some?” Castor had passed his sister in the sitting room on his way down. She didn’t respond, didn’t look up. Castor watched her. She was crouching by the front window, body clenched in a ball. He moved towards her. “Aurora, have you been up all night?” As he reached out to touch her, he heard her frantically whispering. “Praise be the moon goddess for bringing my brother back home,” Aurora chanted. She flinched away from his hand. “I’m not done! I’m not done. Eat without me.” Castor grabbed her shoulder. “Have you been sitting here all night?” No, that was crazy. But she was wearing the same clothes from yesterday. “Let me go! I didn’t finish yet.” She kept her head bent over her ...
Latest Poetry Post
- Impulsive Detached words sound sweet, inspire creativity, Make you leap off the edge. No parachute. No plan. Time traps you, unable to skip the hard stuff. There are options, escape plans. Rum, vodka, pills, but numb isn’t happy. Let go let go let go let go. Forgive your mistakes. Forget the confused judgement in their eyes. Eat too much. Sleep too much. Stress too much. Know that you can’t go back. Too late. Too bad.
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