The Diamond District

[short story] On the outskirts of town lay a compound of mobile homes, placed in rows and set on identical basement foundations. Decorative potted palms engulf the front doors of these silver bullets, with twinkling Christmas lights strewn on each of the front porches, frankincense and sandalwood incense filling the air, and a calm thatContinue reading “The Diamond District”


Clean sidewalks

[spoken word/poetry] This council meeting is called to order. Raise your hand if you’ve recently felt overburdened by the weight of the world simply from doing a small, mindless act like taking out the trash.  Those large bins were made to overflow from consumption, sitting in the junkyard of materialism. Celebrate your spending, your materialContinue reading “Clean sidewalks”