Stage 2 by Anonymous

The appointment shouldn’t be long. so I come with no restraint.  it smells like hospital. sour and muted.  the traffic of automatic doors is heavy this week, and I feel the draft raise bumps on my sore legs.   the upholstered chairs absorb the sweat on my palms. as I wait for miles and miles: … Continue reading Stage 2 by Anonymous

Fly By Sophie Sheklin

Fly   Ms. Honeyman It was recess, my favorite part of the day. I loved observing how my students interacted when they thought I wasn’t watching. It helped me grasp who they were as people and understand how to better help them. Josie was particularly interesting to me. In class, she sat off to the … Continue reading Fly By Sophie Sheklin

Nox by Page

“You ready?” he asked my back while I rummaged through my pack to make sure everything was in place. “Am I ready? I’ve only been waiting for this moment, like, my entire life. Hell yeah, I’m ready!” “Good.” I could hear him behind me double checking all the equipment. See, Rye is the techy guy. … Continue reading Nox by Page