Note: Chapter 1 of "Distance". This is an unedited version. Please and enjoy and leave feedback. The year is 2142. I'm hiding out in the middle of the Sonoran Desert inside makeshift shelter thirty feet underground. The low hum of unmanned aerial vehicles, now smaller, float only twenty feet above the desert floors. If it weren't for watching … Continue reading Distance – Short #2
Isn't it great to be different? Isn't it wonderful to be exactly who you are? When you learn to start accepting yourself, you'll become a shining star.
Except I'm not Waldo. And I do not wear a red and white striped long sleeve shirt and matching beanie.
“When you turn the corner And you run into yourself Then you know that you have turned All the corners that are left.” - Langston Hughes
Missing you comes in waves, and tonight I am drowning.