(188 words) 6 Feb. 2018 By S.R.A. Markin i ignore the sound of my name an unfamiliar voice, and a pleasant smile “how are you?” she said “i am fine,” i said “i didn’t know it was you. your beard grew” “and i am wearing plaid. still me” “hows school?” she said “i am afraid […]
(30 words) 31 Jan. 2018 By S.R.A. Markin depression affects more than ourselves use all resources use them wisely materials run out so do people talk write it down listen help others and one day, be an example
This is from my short story, “Little Joey.”
(19 words) 24 Jan. 2018 By S.R.A. Markin and then it went cold a familiar chill deep within my bones despondency, i misleadingly thought i had conquered
(142 words) 22 Jan. 2018 By S.R.A. Markin i said hi, one early morning covered in sweat a squat rack over you did work for hours and days we grew and connected laughing through the pain my phone buzzed and i vibrated yours we chatted at length for hours and days no matter how early, […]
don’t take anyone for granted.
(107 words) 17 Jan. 2018 By S.R.A. Markin when i was a boy i would dream of being a super villain starting crime and getting away from you we played outback building forts and fires jumping off roofs and scrapping our knees we were invincible when we were young i rode your bike, down a […]