Dear Katie, Why did you drop me off at this stupid camp. I’ve been here for a very long time. Maybe even half of my life. Please come rescue me. I told you I didn’t […]
He had heard that when you turn 30, you’ll be able to grasp what is water under the bridge in a way that you can’t in your twenties or teens. Well, today he’s 30 alright. […]
Antonio lifted his head from its resting place on the jacuzzi’s edge, turned to find his girlfriend Jordan on the other side of the tub looking down at her hands. “What’s all that?” Antonio started […]
There lies the land of bliss, I tell my son, as we walk down the hill, but sadly enough, we belong to the wrong side of the town. The land of the desperate is our […]
His dad told him to face his fears, so Kenny stalks the bees that zoom around his backyard, waiting for them to land. There’s something lurking there, but it’s not his dad. He moved away […]
He had to use the bathroom. Mom and Dad were in the backyard, so I let him in.
He scoops out a little bit of my brain, and tastes it.
The rules were — or what happened was — that the ball was tossed up above the group of us boys and whoever grabbed it first ran like hell away from everyone else who chased […]
Mrs. Barrett kept her husband’s body in the garage refrigerator, but she didn’t kill him. His heart combusted in his rib cage during Sunday breakfast, popping his eyes out like egg whites. Wiping sugar-free orange […]