I saw something that reminded me of you today. It was just a small, tiny thing, but it reminded me of you nonetheless.
She came out to the balcony with me, an orange tucked in her hand. She asked me what I’m doing, so I flicked my half-smoked cigarette away and said: “Just […]
It’s late. The usually busy streets of Central are now empty, with only someone walking by once every ten minutes. Jen just left work later than usual, and she feels […]
Even though you’ve been a drinker since leaving Florida, you can’t say you remember going to an open-air bar. It’s refreshing. At least, it’s something other than small, cramped spaces […]
She’s old and frail. Her skin, under the harsh hospital lights, looks white-blue. The wrinkles and liver spots on her hands remind him of her age, of the life that […]
You raise your glass as you toast with your new coworkers. They cheer and welcome you to the team.
Looking up at Jesus, I can see why people find him intimidating. Although he is small and frail looking on the cross, the light from the overcast sky makes it […]
The couple walks in and I greet them by name. They smile at me and go to the seat by the window. The man helps his wife sit down and […]
Judy can taste the salt on her tongue. She leans back on her arms and tilts her head up. She takes in another deep breath of salt and smiles. She […]
The following transcript is taken from an interview between a doctor and his patient. The recording has been declassified for research usage. Any sensitive information has been redacted to protect […]