Filling the air with words I wait – Wait for her to finish her thoughts. Look, glance, pause. “Think of something else to say, Danyealah…” Sputtering phrases of weather, homework, travel – Random facts followed by an “Mmhmm.” Words go … Continue reading
“That’s it for today,” professor Rovira announced. Picking up my back-pack or as I like to think of it, my “ton of bricks,” I glanced at the time on my iPhone – 5:31pm. That’s enough time to rush back to … Continue reading
Life is a game we play:
A tossed ball, a forgotten frisbee.
Memories fall out of a set like broken toys,
Chess pieces topple over into dust.
Life is a monopoly board, abandoned.
Figurines in a set,
Marbles in a box,
Dolls on a table…
Our magnetic tug of war.