Unintentional writing prompts.
The boys climbed up the hill, which was set at an incline of about 40 degrees. Both carried a skateboard — one had his tucked beneath his arm, and the…… Read more “The Commute Home”
Why do we feel compelled to take pictures of things that are so numbing and irrelevant to anything? The artist may say that they find art in…… Read more “In Park”
Originally posted on Christopher S. Malone:
Great ideas come to those in retrospect. The Tazo tea–Lotus–steeping in the cup, paper. And this reminds me: Downtown Syracuse should put…
The snowfall is a thought catalyst that evokes acknowledgement of others’ mentalities, the common senses of those around you. Do they have it or don’t they? We…… Read more “Observations: February 13 – 16”
When ordering a S——-s cup of coffee: Please could you hold the pretentiousness? It will be taken black, but it is not enjoyable when it tastes…… Read more “Observations: February 07 – 09”
With one last effort, as dynamic as the last push had been, the fire flickering from the center of the candle exhausted itself. The burst of smoke…… Read more “An Exit”