A Twilight Zone/Black Mirror-esque short story about mental health, suicidality, and the future of treatment Continue reading “The Decision” (Audio)
Lawnmowers growl and the sun peeks through a blanket that you thumb tacked against the window.
You roll over to stare at the wall and slam a fist into your face, wishing you were anywhere but here.
You turn the TV on and stare into the abyss. Continue reading An Echo of Another Age
Can you be sad and happy at the same time?
All I wanted to do was lay in bed. I didn’t want to think, I didn’t want to feel, and I didn’t want to interact… Continue reading The SadBoy is Strong in This One
I imagine an old man at the end of his life
And the thoughts running through his mind are all the things he wished he would have said, or done, and he’s afraid. Continue reading Teach Me How to Die
Falkor stood next to the surging waves, his hind-leg pitched to preserve his massive length. Continue reading A Boy and his Dog
It’s scary to want to live, because if you die, you lose it.
And we’re all gonna die
Sometimes, in this moment, I think prefer being sad and depressed because I wasn’t afraid of dying. I welcomed it. It made me feel like I had an answer that others didn’t have Continue reading Alive
If I were ever on naked and afraid I’d have to bring sunscreen and my partner would be really pissed Continue reading 🌋🧴If i were ever on Naked and Afraid🧴🌋
“I’m just not connected to it, I don’t see the point. I want to believe that everything happens for a reason, that there is truth and love is real…
But, I feel nothing.” Continue reading “The Maestro” (Morning Fiction 5/15/2018)
“People either bring you down, or they bring you up, and a lot of times, they don’t even realize it.”
The monk sat quietly as his master spoke.
“The issue your experiencing is control, and, you have none…” Continue reading “The Cubic” (Morning Fiction 5/11/2018)
Since the dawn of human consciousness, we’ve looked to stars and wondered: Why are we here? What are we meant to do? What is our purpose? Continue reading “The Ordinance” (Morning Fiction 5/6/2018 )