Posts Tagged: Story
The elevator music isn’t very elevating. The doors open and it’s all grey. Static, like a videotape that needs to be rewound. The cubicles are all unlabeled, like tombstones laid in a grid. Yours is twenty-four away from the elevator
She is gone. She turns the corner. She is so unbelievably beautiful. I catch a second glimpse of her. I can’t help but stare. Sharp features offset her calm eyes. She’s so unbelievably beautiful. I wonder what she looks like.
You wake up in a hotel room, laying on the bed in your clothes. Through closed curtains, you can see that you’re still in the town you’ve grown up in. You open the door and find yourself in an empty
It started when he went to sleep. It got worse when he woke up. It usually did. She was his high school crush, but not in the traditional way. He’s had a crush on her for almost as many years
The words are watching you. They crescendo as you read along. Pages flip before you get a chance to read that last word. You start out by reading the last sentence of the book. But, you don’t know that. To
What is this place? I’m in a swimming pool. Looking up, I can see that it’s in a massive cave. It’s been modernized though. The pool has an upper level, maybe even two. The whole place is empty, although I
She looks so defeated, standing at the corner waiting for the light to change. Her son tugs on her sleeve, asking “mum, what’s wrong?” She looks down at him, wipes her nose, and shakes her head as if to say
Standing there, just staring into the blue expanse of the water. Its calm surface reflecting the world, as it hides the chaotic life underneath. Water begins to trickle down the edge like a waterfall, forming a puddle around her feet.
We grab our bags and head to the gate. We walk in silence. I can see what’s coming, the plane approaching the terminal. I’ll be trapped with her for another six hours. What’s six hours compared to a lifetime, though?