Love at a Cemetery

It was the bone-chilling Northwest winter of 1994 when I stood with my shaky hands folded before Granddad’s grave. I stared at his name with a million things on my mind. His name was Shawn Black. Even during prayers with Mom, I didn’t close my eyes; I was always thinking, eyeing everyone else’s closed eyes,Continue reading “Love at a Cemetery”

Tables Turned

“Where have you been, young lady?” Mark said, folding the newspaper and adjusting his glasses. This was the third night in a row that Hannah was out with her shady friends. He’d talked about this a thousand times, but it never sunk in that Mark was looking out for her best interests. She thought heContinue reading “Tables Turned”

I Slept In (In The Wrong Bed)

With what little heat it yielded, the light filtered through the white blinds and replaced the shadows, bouncing time on the corners of my life to a night left well off said. I lifted my led head and raised a brow. A sleeping woman wearing red is lying next to me; I am in herContinue reading “I Slept In (In The Wrong Bed)”

Stop Slamming The Door (Please Stay)

Drizzle slapped rattled windows, and joyless smiles in cracked slanted frames collect memories of dust to a heart of distrust, rearranging rusty door hinges on a careless phrase—beyond that of a shout—tucked in your back pocket, let out when you left just like before. Faces of traces of indecision send chills the length of myContinue reading “Stop Slamming The Door (Please Stay)”

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Winter Holiday

Snow had fallen to sheets of frightening, sliding driving conditions, wondering whether the Christmas tree lights would turn on at night. The pipes froze ice to the led. I read the words you said left on my side of the bed, and now red is what I see through a tall glass of blood-red wineContinue reading “Winter Holiday”

On Second Thought, I Want a Prenup

Witnesses gathered as an audience around the pews, looking at the bride and groom–donned in the radiance of their gloom. Doom sets in the brisk October moonlight, traveling among the cumbersome graveyard of future divorce lawyers. (© 2021 AC) (Wattpad, Amazon Kindle.)

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Who Killed Hannah? – Andrew Cyr

I so have to figure out who killed, no, who murdered Hannah and why, Francis thought, staring eye-level into a half-empty wineglass as though it were her best friend, a day after Thanksgiving. Why didn’t she have the fucking Smith & Wesson I bought her last Christmas? Francis drew a syringe on an envelope. AnContinue reading “Who Killed Hannah? – Andrew Cyr”

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