I never asked what crazy things

He sat at a picnic table shaded by an umbrella typically used by employees and the public, and he waited. All of the picnic tables, situated at the entrance to the grocery store, were sturdy and black, and bolted to the ground to prevent anyone from stealing them. They had purpose and function. Employees and the public alike sat … Continue reading I never asked what crazy things

Concrete Shadows – Friday Fictioneers

Tiny hands had once grabbed at her folds of skin, a blanket for tears and a refuge for piercing fingernails. She had absorbed his pain and laughter, and it spilled into the cracks of her skin, weathered, worn, and buried there. Myrna scuffled along the sidewalk, pebbles slowly making their way into her shoes and grinding the … Continue reading Concrete Shadows – Friday Fictioneers

Just Another Eyesore – Friday Fictioneers – 12/06/13

Welcome to Friday Fictioneers. Thanks to the lovely Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for hosting the group and to Randy Mazie for providing this week's photo. Click here for more stories from the Fictioneers. Genre: General Fiction (100 words) Copyright -Randy Mazie Just Another Eyesore For a long time it was just another eyesore to ignore everyday. One … Continue reading Just Another Eyesore – Friday Fictioneers – 12/06/13