Wintry frosts framed the windows of the train as I rode back into my home town of Crowley from out of state. Days like this, with the sun beating hard on cold glisters of snowdrifts until night calmed the sky into blushing pink, reminded me of the snowmen and sledding of my youth. Edmund and … Continue reading Revelation



We’d wandered around the apartment for a while after we arrived through the front door, moving from a compulsion to ensure that all the cold, detailed tasks of the day were really done. An hour passed without note and we found ourselves on the earth-colored couch in the living room, sitting placidly, but upright. I … Continue reading Signals