Monthly Archives: April 2014

Icing the Thugs

First things first. I get that hockey is a rough sport. I mean, it’s not exactly a secret, is it? My sisters and I first started watching the NHL because of the fights. I think many fans started the same … Continue reading

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Seeing the Invisible

The bundled figure on the North Carolina park bench could have been any homeless man, curled up and trying to sleep. Well, except for two things. First, the figure was made of metal. Second, it had visible nail prints in … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Dude

The Dude abides no more. Picture a small bird. No, smaller than that. A zebra finch, about the size of your thumb, lively with song, gray with age and deaf as a post. That was The Dude. Yes, was. I … Continue reading

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A Memory of Water

The surging water quickly filled the gutter, cascading down the nearby grating in ripples and bubbles. I watched in the dark, hypnotized for a few seconds. Part of it, in all honesty, was probably fatigue. Normal people sleep at 1 … Continue reading

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