Kopfkino. A Short Story.

what is kopfkino? It was cold just months ago, but now the sun was closer and the heat radiating from thousands of miles away could be felt on my face. I missed this. All those times I spent in the cold were depressing and boring to say the least. Now, as I bathed in theContinue reading “Kopfkino. A Short Story.”

Less IS More.

The feeling of desire is out there and we all feel it on the human level of perception. It’s common for us to desire a companion; the stereotypical modern lifestyle, which if you think about it, isn’t so modern after all. The “working man” and “motherly housewife of a woman” is what we are taughtContinue reading “Less IS More.”

Writing Prompts

I have had trouble getting posts finished although I have many of them started and almost done I still haven’t got around to completing them to post. Because of this I have been left with tons of writing prompts I’ve been using that have helped me get my creative energy flowing. Those rare times IContinue reading “Writing Prompts”

DESIRE. A Poem.

TRIGGER WARNING: relates to depression, suicidal thoughts and homelessness I have this burning desire to move far away, but I don’t have enough money and where would I stay? This burning desire to leave everything I’ve known, the tree on the corner I read under as a child, and the old shack of a houseContinue reading “DESIRE. A Poem.”

Don’t Blame Yourself.

I find it really easy to believe anything I see, even if it isn’t the real deal. It is an illusion of sorts that I created so I didn’t have to believe my reality. We all do this. When reality slaps you in the face, it is really easy to believe anything you want. EspeciallyContinue reading “Don’t Blame Yourself.”

COVID TEMP: A Short Story

APPROX READ: 6 MINUTES NOTE: This story is non-fiction, although names have been changed for privacy. The birds were chirping loud when I walked out the sliding doors of my new workplace, the warm wind hit me in the face. I didn’t realize how much I was in need of fresh air until I smeltContinue reading “COVID TEMP: A Short Story”