Rooms. Lobby. A new rhythm. After the flower girl vanished I moved out of the hostel and took a room in a boarding house, Hotel Julian, close to the Port, and a daily rhythm I succumbed to, as if I too were a retired seaman. The Julian was a respectable flop house still resisting gentrification,Continue reading “Hotel Julian”
Accident. Mistake. Agency. Transaction. Mirror. Comments. The difference between accident and mistake is agency. I caught a glimpse of myself in the one-way mirror window. I knew they were watching me. Sylvie also. I looked pretty none too natty having slept the night in my new black and white camel hair jacket, the to the hilt poppingContinue reading “Behind the One-way Mirror”
“Cat Settings” is another text in the series of The Adventures of Scamble and Cramble, two cats who live with a poet and spend most of their time puzzling over the writer’s habits. Click on the cover to begin reading.