There is an art to joining broken things together. To mending the unmendable. To making right great wrongs. The words, spoken though, by the former Chinese president as the world watched, don’t erase what was lost, the millions of lives. The poverty, hunger, civil unrest. And a lever was pulled. Judgment complete. “Give them Koolaide,”Continue reading “Ruined”
The nightly protests are beginning to gather steam. He thinks he can smell the weed smoke, even through the filtered air of the nuclear bunker, and knows he can feel the voices demanding their ridiculous justice. The voice of the people just thrums with poverty and disease. It disgusts him and makes his whole bodyContinue reading “Lover Boy”
My stomach rumbles at you in greeting. You certainly pique a certain type of interest. Perhaps a celebration is in order. My culture dictates the guest of honor must be fed. Why do you try and escape? Yes, I think rope and a trussing seems appropriate, nice suggestion. Language barrier be damned, am I right?Continue reading “A Feast in Greeting”
While watching videos on the internet, not long ago, she found herself in that dark corner of the web filled with stuff one never seeks and can never forget when once seen. She sat watching one of her favorite songs playing over a video of a U.S. soldier directing traffic at an intersection. The songContinue reading “The Girl and a Sniper”
The private stands just outside the still-smoking ruins of the catholic church. He wants to look for gold, in fact he’d consider any precious metal a nice find. Little melted droplets of riches he can send home and have mama save for him until when the war ends. Yet he stands in what once wasContinue reading “Holy Dead”
This is a hero. She went for no other reason than the world is wrong and wants it fixed. She doesn’t get a retirement check someday or college money or because the judge said. She went to demand we heal what’s sick Fuck, where are my balls to do the same!
When the elder-Gods send their spawn through the deadness of space, things happen to their bodies. To survive the journey they harden and next they group together. Dozens of little parasites clustered in the center of giant moon-sized objects jettisoned out into space at a speed that eventually breaks Einstein’s little limitation. Over the distance,Continue reading “spawn”
Dark rifts of black shadow hide the hairless chimp’s eyes. Donny feels the malevolent gaze punching holes through his skull, It makes him need to pee. “War has alopecia,” Bob, the fat man, who looks like a soft jiggly bean bag, says handing the ape an unlit cigarette. “You got any fire? He’ll love youContinue reading “War”