Monthly Archives: May 2008

New York Ray

Blood positively gushed down Ray’s upside-down head and he could barely see. He unhooked his seat-belt but didn’t drop down: he was wedged in there. He spun his head around and flailed his arms, blood spattering in all directions. Then he just hung there. It was his legs. They were caught up in the folded […]

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Reflected in the glass window of a hulking, old gas stove- swirling purple smoke, a sleeping bull-dog, a dragonfly trembling on a piece of crumpled paper. The glass suddenly shatters, the dog barks like crazy, a bloody fist unclenches and withdraws as glass shards rain down from the white rusty enamel. Max steps out of […]

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