By: Anonymous I was lost for a while Finding warmth and love in empty bottles where the next lover was just a sip away. I wanted nothing but to feel the sensation of my emotions going away.. slipping into nothing. I wanted the numbness to disappear I wanted the pain to evaporate I wanted you … Continue reading Emptiness
By: Ed Kennedy That was the shocking call I got from my father’s longtime, fantastic girlfriend, D, at about 3 in the afternoon while at the office. I don’t know how to explain that call outside of distant echoing of D’s voice on the other end of the line, while vivid memories of my father … Continue reading “Ed….you need to get down here now. Your dad’s not going to make it.”
By: Rebecca Frager Four times in the past month I have hurt myself. They weren’t major injuries, but they hurt like heck. The first was a paper cut on my finger. That thing made my hand throb for several hours. The second was a splinter in the palm of my hand. Again, nothing major, but … Continue reading It’s the Little Things…
By: Jeanne Cameron I go into the woods to make absence less empty sun kissed crystals shimmer and your eyes sparkle I saw your son today you once told me we were outside the hospital on a gentle June Friday I was too scared and too tired to talk your eyes held me Sitting next … Continue reading Missing MK
By: Anonymous Jensen was quiet. He was tall, skinny, and had a dark complexion. The type of person to make a joke, and you weren’t entirely sure if he was being serious or not. He was in a fraternity at our college, even though he was the last person you would picture to be in one. … Continue reading Where’d Jensen Go?