If there’s one thing I hate more than anything else, the number one rated “would destroy it, myself,” it’s the cricket. This fiend, a dastardly foe, can jump higher than truly anyone knows. Without warning! An unconscionable thing. Will it land on my shirt? My bare skin—God forbid! Its slimy […]
I walked in the woods all alone and wondered when I could go home. When I left the house to escape from my spouse I forgot that my wife had a phone.
We break from school and hope for snow to fall, so icy sidewalks block us in. I shrink beneath my blanket, reading bits of all my favorite books. Outside, so lovely, blink and miss the light on sparkling hilltops glow. To smell the smoking chimney’s puff is bliss on cold […]
Lovers of the Year The smell of August still hangs on the breeze, but the orange tips of maple leaves wave to its back. “Farewell, summer,” September whispers. Cloudy days and rain bring small shivers and breath, hung in the air. August makes his conjugal visits, but soon September is […]