Monthly Archives: June 2009

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8 Ball is a Gamble

Today we decide to have barbeque in garden but there is no meat apart from swedish meatballs, and they are too small for barbeque grill as they fall through. But then I have idea of putting eight meatballs on skewer and we call them 8-ball

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Lost And Found

It was only after I got up to leave the coffee shop that I realised my book was gone. It was a large hardback, a biography of King James the VI and I that I had bought in Borders about an hour before, and had

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Harbinger

It was after five in the afternoon, and the newsroom had quieted. The rows of square fluorescent lights in the drop ceiling frosted the blue walls and the banks of desks and privacy screens in icy white light. Some computers remained on, a variety of

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Lives In The Woods

On June 7th, 2009, administrative records show that city coroners issued no death certificates within the borough of Brooklyn. Hospital records, when cross-referenced, indicate that a woman was removed from life support at 4AM that morning. This statistical anomaly is lent greater curiosity at 7:36AM,

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No Stranger In Your Dreams

“It’s dark in here Visions are flashing into my head As I reminisce My reoccurring dreams.” He’d been led to this place by a voice in his heart that called to him from his dreams. The summer sun shone through the green leaves of this

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The Known World

“God, the world seems so far away.” “Nope. Still right here, right where I last put it.” “The rest of the world, funny boy, the known world, not the world world world.” “Oh. You mean the world where my job is about to end–” “And