Of Perfection and Perception

They speculated that divergent forms off the coast caused a fatal perfection in perception. Of course it was all conjecture. They couldn’t ask the smiling corpses laying in the sand with waves washing over them. They assume the lethality is total. They will eventually determine it is not. Until then, it is a secret between … Continue reading Of Perfection and Perception

The Color of Privilege

Addi walked with great-grandpa down the flat path into the Planter’s orchard. His hand was light but steady on her shoulder. The sky was blue and trees were green and the light was the golden rays of an evening sun. Everywhere she looked, her family owned the land. It was a good day. “Pappy, why’d … Continue reading The Color of Privilege