UNEQUIVICAL STAGING Within a month of the date I was born, the Nobel Prize for Physics went to Born and Bothe – it seems the committee was torn as to whose breakthrough they would thus adorn. The world into which I was delivered was just discovering certitude wrong. Absolute exactness clearly quivered. Uncertain dualism came […]Read more "UNEQUIVICAL STAGING"
MONKEYS SHINED The keyboard monkeys, ad infinitum, may randomly type out a Shakespeare play, but publishing monkeys may well spite ‘em, printing only the pap that sells today. The chance of brilliance, vanishingly small, is filtered through some monkey business sense and may never make the bookshelves at all — some monkeys see […]Read more "MONKEYS SHINED"
response to early requests for forgetnessRead more "Heal And Move On"
truth, science & diplomacy are back!
The Mistaken Time Traveller (circa 2010),
originally published in Bangalore Review as flash fiction,
is actually a science-fiction, narrative, Shakespearean sonnet.Read more "The Mistaken Time Traveller (Circa 2010)"
As though for surgery, patrons were masked,
I suppose the entire populace,Read more "THE MISTAKEN TIME TRAVELLER"
HEAR HERE Hammer, anvil, stirrup and drum echo vibrations in the Eustachian cave — down into its enclosed cochlear chamber — where wave modulations are measured for interpretation by the brain, giving meaning and music to the chaos of sound. I remember hearing a story of a king’s satorical conversion while contemplating his […]Read more "Hear Here"
MICHELIN STAR GARDEN Pre-dawn, Sun ignites rivers of silver neon where escargot dine.Read more "MICHELIN STAR GARDEN"
Originally posted on Sudden Denouement Collective:
The magician on the television invited his audience to discern how he worked his prestidigitation. Lying on his stomach in front of the screen, Little Timmy propped himself higher on his elbows. He was eager to learn. The magician said, ”Belief is the key.” So Timmy sat up and…
Thank you, HIGH SHELF PRESS Chronic Hypochondriac She finally saw the specialist who told her to stop diagnosing herself. She’d no macular degeneration — just eyestrain from searching the internet, and her kidneys were not about to fail; She only needed proper hydration. Though she got prescriptions to aid her ills, she […]Read more "CHRONIC HYPOCHONDRIAC"