We Return Lost Time

I responded to an interesting ad today. I saw it in the paper, right there next to all of the other usual things being advertised. It was only four words. "We return lost time." Underneath this there was contact information. I read it again. What did that mean? Unable to resist, I got my things and went to the address advertised.

The Anchor of Your Thoughts

We sat next to each other in the sand overlooking the water, both of us thinking, neither of us talking much. We had been this way for what seemed like hours. It was the kind of day I had really needed, the kind where you can put everything aside for a little while. Where the... Continue Reading →

Write it All Away

Will  you be my escape...I've been calling for you. Where will you take me? Wherever it is, I want to go with you. To that place that exists in memories, in dreams. In imagination. There are friends there, people that I knew, people I know, people I will know. They live in a world in... Continue Reading →

The Wheel of Answers

It had been a soul-crushing sort of day. The type of day that makes you question why you continue pursuing your dreams...and not only question but totally reject even the thought of getting back up and trying again. The sky opened up as I was walking home and I entered my house drenched. Too tired... Continue Reading →

Conversations with Fear

I met her at the end of a long winding road. It had not been an easy trip. Thoughts ran through my mind as I traveled down the path. There was anger, sadness and regret. Dozens of things I wanted to say. Questions, accusations...I wanted to yell at her. To ask her why. Why she... Continue Reading →

The Whisper of an Idea

"If you stand outside on a warm night, I will come to you." It was late at night, and I was very tired. I wanted to work a little bit longer--it was too early to break away. I stared at the blank screen, feeling the frustration tie my stomach into a knot. And I ignored... Continue Reading →

What the Wind Told Me

The ice crunched under my feet as I walked. The wind tore at my hair, whipping past my face. I trudged on, step following step. I had been walking through the snowy landscape for hours, my vision obscured by snowflakes. It was too late for me to turn around, even though I had tried, many... Continue Reading →

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