Radio Silence

Radio Silence

"Shhhh..." Karl readjusts the duct tape on the man's mouth then nods in satisfaction. "This will all be over soon. We just have to wait." He didn't want to get too comfortable so he passed up the recliner and sat down on the dining room chair. The man, Brandon, head writer of Star Watch, had… Continue reading Radio Silence

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Using Puzzle Pieces As A Metaphor for Personal Growth Is So Clichéd

Puzzle Pieces

...but I'm going to do it anyway. Life is like a giant puzzle with like, 4,163 pieces (I did the math with a calculator and everything!). Growing up, we have no idea what that puzzle is going to look like. We need to keep adding pieces. How do we add pieces, you ask? Great question!… Continue reading Using Puzzle Pieces As A Metaphor for Personal Growth Is So Clichéd

Odd Rain

Clouds and Sun

Such a strange rain today. Hesitant yet eager Like it had mistaken Falling for flying. It rapped on my windows; Urgent, full, seeking. As if desperately Trying to escape itself. Such a strange rain; Restricted by geography And the very cloud That required its release. Unsure of its strength Yet intent on flying, the rain… Continue reading Odd Rain

Seduced by the Sexy Side of Design

I try not to have too many regrets. If I did, I would be in perpetual cringe mode, my face scrunched up like its sole purpose was to hold up a 90's high school girl's hair. The one–let's call it a lament–I have is not pursuing writing when I was younger. You see, writing is… Continue reading Seduced by the Sexy Side of Design