A Stranger At A Bus Stop

A traveler at a bus stop, miles away from home. Waiting to clean his shoes, beer in hand because he hasn’t had one for thirty days. Life of a tugboat captain, he laughs. A Mississippi accent rolls off his tongue as his stories do, Voice cracking like ears of corn off a stalk, his handsContinue reading “A Stranger At A Bus Stop”

We Are Anonymous

A young girl—fresh and happy—enters the party. No one can forget the excitement of being sixteen meeting new friends, the heat that flushes through the body as it enters the crowd making mistakes for the sake of being wrong. She knows no one here, but that doesn’t quell the exhilaration. The Ohio moon rises asContinue reading “We Are Anonymous”