The simple rays of sunshine blew the creeping forgetfulness to the forefront of Mina’s mind. She was hard on herself for it. She would justify it by saying to the people she loved that she wouldn’t forget the story you told her a week ago, but she would forget your birthday. It’s normal to be … Continue reading Another story about Mina
Mina placed the last piece of cutlery on the table. It was part of an antique silverware set her grandmother left to her when she passed. Mina knew her grandmother would be delighted to see her using the set for a dinner party. She looked at the clock, it was nearly seven and her guests … Continue reading A story about Mina
“Alright, let’s go,” the man said to his little pup, and they walked out of the yard and onto the sidewalk. It was getting dark, but the man thought he’d be back in time and you don’t need sunlight to walk your dog. He was proud of how the dog was walking beside him … Continue reading Walking with Sprites
“I got some great ideas” said the man to the mirror The mirror didn’t speak back. The mirror didn’t peep The mirror didn’t gratify the words an inch “You are me, can’t you support us” said the man to the mirror. The mirror didn’t twitch It didn’t give the man the time of day. “If … Continue reading Easy for you to say.
“A long time ago, you could see stars from anywhere on earth” Ben woke to a documentary blaring unreasonably loud out of his old TV. The speakers had busted a while ago and right now and like always, were crackling and popping under the strain of another ridiculous documentary about ancient times. The government continuously … Continue reading Ben Needs Sleep