What can YOU say in six sentences?
Behind the door an earthen tunnel, sized to accomodate an average dog or a crawling child or perhaps stories no one would believe, roots and moss hanging like the unkempt locks of a hobo. The light came from around a bend, and Teddy could not see what created it.
It was the breath of an ember, orange and tired, as might eminate from underneath the fingernails of a demon. It rippled along the muddy walls of the tunnel and drifted over Teddy and there were whispers like wind…Continue
Writers and self-help gurus and your sappiest, Terms of Endearment friends like to talk about the doors we approach in our lives, proud of themselves, lowered brows and a reflective stare at the heavy symbolism they just laid on you. But when it's a real door, you don't want to be listening to some assistant director of quality assurance who can't understand why Lost got cancelled and thinks he's progressive because he occasionally smokes a little herb with his wife's vegan restaurant owner…Continue