On the Precipice of Burst Bubbles

Only the occasional squeaking shuffle of the security guard interrupted the airport's sleepy silence. James had purposely sat as far away from the clock as he could once he retrieved his suitcase in order to maintain a stringy grip on his nerves which contrasted starkly with his white knuckled grip on the handle. His phone sat … Continue reading On the Precipice of Burst Bubbles

Enough Change for a Cheeseburger

In the dark recesses of the gullet and soul, there were many kinds of hunger that could consume a person and leave them dry heaving and dissected, mouths gaping, souls burning and empty without the flicker of light that promised salvation. There was the hunger of greed, the pangs for more and more, the pernicious prick … Continue reading Enough Change for a Cheeseburger