Another Day In May. ?. Fiction Theory. Summer Notebook. 2014. Page Nine Of Second Moleskine. Written By A.H.K. Draft Proofs. West Vine Press. THE MEMORY OF a brain never skips a beat. There’s no such thing as a hangover. Slowly in silence it all comes back. I remember everything. End day and new night, and… Continue reading Another day in may #2
September 8, 2012 · by A.H.K Beaten eyes, and I don’t have a single memory of happiness. My shoes are holy. I don’t care. Not really. Bending these fingers, to type these words, and for what? To feel Everything. To feel alive. Running back to the woods. A dog running from trucks. Rain splash and gun shots… Continue reading Old Writing #11, ‘Hey I just wanted to ride a T-Rex”
summer of chaos. I got back into town on a motorcycle. This is what writers live for I said. I agree. No more words. Just darkness and speed and one single smoke. I didn't care. I just wanted to go home, and I knew it no longer was real, but I still went, because I had… Continue reading Notes about a story that may or may not exist.
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