Monthly Archives: March 2015

Defy the Snake

Let us out of the jar, the store, the parking lot, the town. We’re packed in tight from a contract entered on our behalf, when we had words but no voice. There has to be room to grow once you’re fully grown; there … Continue reading

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In The Hallway

FICTION, 460 words. I heard your voice today. Associated Aircraft was decommissioning the old plant and I was in that hallway, our hallway, the one you and I used to walk together each morning and afternoon during our breaks for … Continue reading

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