First thing she starts in about after the two of them break away from the others—her calling out his name, telling him good morning and how happy she is to see him again and then rubbing the soft slopes of his neck and leaning over his right ear, whispering, her voice’s volume rising when she’sContinue reading ““Martingale” Now Available in Slush Pile Magazine”
This train starts again, starts making its way from the coast and back to the station, where we started before reaching the sea and the cliff-side town wrapped in a grey that refuses to relent even as the sun hits midday somewhere behind the clouds. We slid here, having emerged from the valley and theContinue reading ““Rail Time” Now Available in Gravel”
And when it does finally happen, it’s a welcome interruption, the summer solstice less than one week away, more sunlight now shining through, the sky turning blue, and the look and feel of a spring day in the Midwest is present all over again, coming back, returning to the front, having been always present butContinue reading ““Cloudbreak” Now Available in Crab Orchard Review”
The train made its way through the rain falling on the plains. It had a certain smile about its grill that made it seem as though stopping wasn’t an option, that it planned on skipping whatever series of destinations scheduled for it. This, of course, is what stunned the lovers inside. “Bob!” she shouted, andContinue reading ““In Transit” Now Available in Ponder Review”
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