It’s the same earth again and again.
THE CULTIVATION OF LOVE BY CURT ERIKSEN 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 05
My wife loved sitting on that blue bench.
THE LIGHTNESS OF FEET BY DIGBY BEAUMONT 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 05
“Robbie,” she said, “I need you to promise me something.” “What’s that?” I asked her. “If I do go first, you’re to carry on,” she said. “I want to know you’ll be making the best of things.”
Maybe he knows where Katja’s gone.
IN THE MARKET BY TODD E SAVELLE 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 05
He strolls along the sidewalk with the ease of a priest, but when he nears the St Ignatius rectory and Krendel’s shoe store, God bestows him with paranoia and fear moves his feet. The chase is on. I can’t let this one go.
He was playing softly, very softly.
ANOTHER GAME BY MEL FAWCETT 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 05
He decided that come next payday he would buy something nice for Eileen. He knew that she was even more disappointed with his musical career than he was. They had met at one of his earliest gigs and she used to support him and want to listen to him all the time. Now it seemed to irritate her if he played at all.