"A Simple Story"a flash-fiction short story by Jeremy C KesterPart of Free Fiction Fridays “It’s a simple story,” my grandpapa said again. I sat on the stoop as he rocked back and forth in his chair. This was the way things had been that summer. Few words were ever spoken except the volume of those … Continue reading A Simple Story – a short story
In a setting suna poem by Jeremy C Kester Suns set across the amber skyDotted purple clouds in wait lieReflecting what could be for tomorrowIf for what this beauty we borrowAs it were just a moments fleetingIn this life with love meetingEnds and beginnings do set onLike the suns it too is gone Poem written … Continue reading In a setting sun – a poem
I've been wearing thin on the news, as I am sure many have. There are simply too many wonderfully terrible examples available to us allowing us each the opportunity to condemn humanity. There are also plenty of reasons to be angry. There are those who abuse their power, taking either resources or lives away from … Continue reading Are We Trying?
Bathed in heat, she beckons me. And I come for her, drenched in sweat. Tasting her salt on my tongue, Our bodies intertwined as the day moves on. She speaks to me in song, Of birds moving across the sky/ In breezes through green leaves rustle, I hear her whispers. As the sun rises, she … Continue reading Summer Heat
I can say something, About the way the light dances, upon the pedals of the roses in the evening light. The way your face echoes to me, Like sound coming back over the ridge. Is there a way I can contain myself? Is there a way I can see life in death? Nothing but … Continue reading Ripples