Betrayal By Jonathan Wells

Betrayal By Jonathan Wells America, we let you sleep too late. You wake up groggy and confused not recognizing the bedroom curtains. You rise anyway, slick your hair back. Your fingers claw the banister, your knees buckle on the stairs. We are your children and follow your descent agape. Your mouth is parched so drink […]

No Ticket By Jonathan Wells

No Ticket By Jonathan Wells His clothes were filled with tickets to past events so he could hear the orchestra tuning up again and the airplane landing near the diving cliffs in Acapulco where the boys leapt into the known unknown in Speedo suits. All travel was continuous. Time was ceaseless in his pockets. The […]

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