The snowflakes fall where snow is rarely seen. Little flakes dissolve on the ground, they gain confidence rolling into fluffy balls gathering layering faster than it’s melting. It falls across the trees like looking through gauze dressing the branches for a winter that’s almost gone. The clouds have disappeared only a homogenous milky sky. The … Continue reading Stay


My mouth had been emptied of saliva from invisible faucets feeling like I’ve been driving down the interstate my head stuck out the window my mouth open then stuffed with thick, hot flannel My eyes pulsed like they were filling with scorching sand My throat closed feebly searching for saliva like a fish flailing for … Continue reading Senses