Wednesday Slice of Life: The Poet and the Cop

“Hey, twinkie.” Robert kept walking. “I’m talking to you, twinkie!” Robert guessed the speaker was 20-feet away, far enough to raise the possibility that the comment was directed at some else. But in his heart he knew better. He’d gotten off at the wrong subway stop. He could reach his destination in time if heContinue reading “Wednesday Slice of Life: The Poet and the Cop”

Wednesday Slice of Life: Tolerance

Bill entered the kitchen for the third time in the last minute.             “Stop,” said his wife, “you’re driving me crazy.”             “Sorry, but this dinner is important for me…I mean, us.”             “Have a shot—everything’s under control,” she said. Bill was hoping for a big promotion and, as Julie in personnel explained, it wasContinue reading “Wednesday Slice of Life: Tolerance”

Friday Fast Fiction: Tolerance

                           Bill entered the kitchen for the third time in the last minute.             “Stop,” said his wife, “you’re driving me crazy.             “Sorry, but this dinner is important for me…I mean, us.”             “Have a shot—everything’s under control,” she said.             Bill was hoping for a big promotion and, as Julie in personnelContinue reading “Friday Fast Fiction: Tolerance”