A Single Summer

25 February 2019 – Up North Literary Journal A shiny, black metal casing,with shadowed grey innardsenclosed us.Crushable black spotsfrom an unknown cigaretteand a radio flashed, shuffling through neon colors,while country radio filledour eyes and ears.The windows were rolled down,and the AC was turned off,despite the humidity.We were driving for a ninety-nine cent bolt. A 1964 […]

Good morning broken glass

17 March 2018 – “Two Truths, One Lie” at Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis, MN I welcomed the broken glass on the cloudy June morning to my home. Just like any other guest or visitor, I opened the door, letting the wind carry the smell of my daffodil garden to the store bought flowers on […]