Dog days

It was a stormy night when you first showed up on the door. I gasped, picked you up, and let you inside. I took a good look at you. You were little, head bowed and shivering so hard that you won't let go of the old blanket I'd put you in it, your silent tears … Continue reading Dog days



Indomitable eyes? Check. Petulant mood? Check. Scrawny face and arms crossed? Check. Adulthood is okay, they said. It'll be fun, they said. That's basically me at the moment. I dunno if I have bypassed Maslow's third hierarchy and return to reclaim it but I can't stand my own childishness. The way that I sulked in … Continue reading Childish