By the time he reaches his table and sits down there are six vodka martinis, two beers and a glass of merlot waiting for him.
She grinned when he steadied himself against the sofa. “Boy, I know you.”
It's the fourteenth century, and a man is leafing through his address book.
The boy is a man is a guy is a smoked snack stick is a guide to picking up chicks at online dating sites is an Axe body wash commercial is a robot cartoon is a cautionary tale is a a zombie tv series reject is a country reduced to a whining drooling dog m
I've got an appointment to see my shrink next Wednesday. She's pretty sharp. Not bad looking, either.
But occasionally ants can be found
crawling across the top of the sun
causing a feeling sensation
on the bottom of the moon
Now I am prepared to waltz under a K bullet that hits a stucco brick above the tropical hibiscus.
I was having festive sex flashbacks and wasn't thinking sharply.
no rule says an imaginary friend has to be a good one
His eyes are closed yet restless, as if too many thoughts loop beneath the lids.
Getting dropped off — knowing I wouldn't be coming right back out, this time — once again, I had the sense of entering a sort of cultural underground parking garage: like a vacuum, the energy went "WHOOSH!" and the usual rules didn't apply.
Love is easy. Lazy. Fickle.
Incidents intensified. The Dead appeared in twos and threes at shopping mall and Wal-Mart parking lots.
He kept one scarf. It was the scarf that she would tie around his eyes to play with him, long, until he was in his teens. A silly game that made her happy and he squirmed with delight until he got too old. She did not want him to see her, only to know if
Jody cracks the flaming jade, thus it's old Or, not old, just not new, used, the song sang The thirst slaked, the luncheon ate, drink drank. Are letters in books when the book's resold Made new? Another nook, a novel day Biased light lights the…
They are all sleeping, but I know better. I will keep watch and if he comes tonight I will be alert and ready. When he arrives he'll see the slack mouths, the graceless sprawls, hear the grunts, snorts and snores of the other women and then he'll sense me. My eyes will…