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Tag Archives: Adrian Slonaker
When 10 o’clock comes, you’ll whisper “Thank you for the pleasure.” Your taxi will take you away, second by second, mile by mile, away from our strangeness, from our touch. When 10 o’clock comes, the present will graduate to the … Continue reading
Twilight creeps cunningly over the grim, gray-green shades of October. The Pineapple Express splashes reassuringly against bushes and buses onto the cobblestone a peeved pedestrian scurries along, shunning the showers for the warmth of a waiting sedan, unaware that I … Continue reading
Stone house— color of lead, color of slate, ivy and morning glories creeping over the walls. Sound of summer thunder growling imperiously over junipers, sound of an evergreen played deftly on a concertina, sound of whispers between youngsters yellowed by … Continue reading
Rain drizzling incessantly; a bracing wind drives leaves in haphazard patterns; branches nervously sway as if to the horn-laden beat melody wafting from the café’s tinny sound system with a rhythm so charmingly infectious, even the ancient Acadian in the … Continue reading
Pasting together pieces of an enigma— your words, wry yet weird, send my thoughts like a plume of musk-scented smoke into the night air where my fantasies—or memories—of your step, dissipate into the mellowness of dusk. The texture of your … Continue reading