By Matthew Robins She told Gracie she wanted her eyebrows threaded. She said there was a place in the strip mall, around the corner from the liquor store, that did it. Gracie told her mother the truth – that her eyebrows looked fine. Her mother said eyebrow threading looked neat. She said she wanted to… Leer más #Flash Fiction story: Eyebrow Threading
by Siddharth Chaudhar If there is the best time to have a good laugh, then it is now. The coronavirus has made the world a gloomy place. Although the tales of victories against coronavirus are coming in from across the globe, we might still be in this for a while. As they say, laughter… Leer más 5 Sitcoms To Get You Through Quarantine
By Bogdan Dragos This morning too it jumped on his bed and cried and pounced on his face and licked his forehead Now he had a reason to wake up To feed the cat And he had a reason to take showers Because the cat didn’t like to lick a greasy face He had a… Leer más no matter how fragile the light, it still beats the darkness
by Robin Saikia link blog More of Zompini’s engravings, the Spazo camin (chimneysweep) above, and below the Scoazer (Dustman/garbage collector. For me, they have that evoke that rather sinister sense of foreboding you experience when looking at certain tarot cards!
By SedenB Watanabe Link Blog Could you please wake me up before the break of dawn, So that I can quietly soak in the mellow first light of the morning sun. Could you please wake me up before the whole world starts to come alive, And set into it’s monotonous motion with incessant honking, I… Leer más My dear pillow…
I write this poem with Chinese ink on my fingers leaving a smoking trail of blood The verses reached the holes of my mind mutilated of sounds and form darkening the beats of my conscience hidden in an inhospitable corner of my tears The fatigue of my brain turned off the vision of reality confusing… Leer más SOMETIMES I’M NOT ME by manuel Calderon