Be A Hero: An Original Poem

Be A Hero Sometimes there comes a moment, when you’re forced to make a stand, but not for you, for your smaller brethren Defend them well, defend the weak Protect the small, protect the meek Be a hero, be a hero Be the one they look up to There friends are small and few Be…

It’s Never Too Late: An Original Poem

Once I heard a man of words say, “There’s no hope for America today.” Sin echoes with its ugly sound America’s church has lost the round Then to a giant stadium I fled I went with a desire to be fed Then I heard the men of God say, “There’s still hope for America today!”…

Vengeance Maybe- A Flash Fiction Original Short

I participated in a writing prompt contest on J.A. Allen’s blog Scribbles on a Cocktail Napkin. You should check it out, it’s got a ton of great advice and resources for writers. While I did not win the contest, I cannot really complain. The winner had a knock-out story, but I thought I’d publish mine…

Square Boxes: A Flash Fiction Original Short

You know that awkward moment when you meet a new roommate or a new neighbor? That happened to me and my wife.  We moved into this duplex in a new town and a new city. The neighborhood we choose was small and in the suburbs, exactly what we were looking for. It seemed safe and…

Vacation, A Good Idea: An Original Short

I thought this vacation would be a good idea. My wife and I had been planning this for over a year. You see, I have a decent job at the city courthouse as a bailiff and my wife works at our local library. It’s a very nice change of pace. Looking at us, we’re just…