Soulless (Sonnet)

we sleep in silence as the white house stirs sex slaves drip, scribble and scream, minds are slurred who remembers what they could have, whisper today is tomorrow and tonight, blur police riots capture our only eye little girls sold in the millions tonight main stream media sells us packs of lies we don’t question […]

The Timekeeper

(Author’s Note: This is my personal adaptation of the The Timekeeper, written by John Holleman) Daniel, at the age of 22, will meet his wife-to-be at Arrowhead Stadium during a Kansas City Chiefs game after accidentally spilling slurpee on her. On July 1st, at 22 years, they will be married in a small ceremony among family. On […]

Taken: Flash Fiction On…Hitler?

(Author’s Note, from Wikipedia: “Flash fiction, also called micro fiction, micro narrative, micro-story, postcard fiction, short short, short short story, and sudden fiction, is a style of fictional literature of extreme brevity. There is no widely accepted definition of the length of the category. Some self-described markets for flash fiction impose caps as low as fifty-three words, while […]

My Search: A Short Story

I was feeling alone. Sickly lost, and craving completion. My heart yearned for satisfaction. I had tried everything: sleeping in, gorging on French fries and spicy chicken wings, downloading as much pornography as my browser could handle, gaming until I thought this really was Vice City, and every drug I could get into a straw. […]