A lot of things simply cannot exist together. Cats and bubble baths. Paperback books and spilled glasses of milk. Love and dishonesty. Innocence and knowledge. The universe demands that these sets of objects remain separate, uninvolved with each other, divorced from all possible contact. It is the universal law of long distance relationships. To intermingleContinue reading “JUXTAPOSITION”

The one in which you love someone else

You ask me what I am thinking through the static phone line, your syllables reaching the vacancies between my ribs like they always do. I say, Nothing much, really, like I always do– words falling short of truth, lips inept of forming the precise words to mean I am thinking of everything. And what IContinue reading “The one in which you love someone else”