THE MORNING AFTER THE NIGHT BEFORE

She could hear her mother's voice from the grave, 'Is it worth it?' The world tilts out of kilter. Sun sears her eyeballs. Cool tarmac against her face. Shards of broken green glass. A dent in a red metal bin. Memories of the night before. Anger and hatred. Standing firm. Too slow to run. Her … Continue reading THE MORNING AFTER THE NIGHT BEFORE

GREENWOOD AVENUE

A final swipe of the cloth across the shining black leather and Dick Rowland leaned back. Another satisfied customer. 'Can see your face in them, like a mirror.' 'Thank you, Dick,' said Walt, flipping him a shiny cent. Old Bill slipped into the vacated seat. 'Just need to visit the restroom.' Dick said. 'I'm in … Continue reading GREENWOOD AVENUE