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 […]
“I’m old,” the man groans as he sits down on the bench. “I am old,” he says, “I won’t have long to live.”
You raise your glass as you toast with your new coworkers. They cheer and welcome you to the team.
“Do you want to go out to Central with me?” Grace asks her friend.
Despite his young age, Rune drifts effortlessly across the battlefield. His sword, the legendary Solslakter, cuts through the slange warriors in one swipe. The slithering monsters all crumble down at […]
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 […]