I’ve been placed on her wall since she was 15. I don’t recognize her anymore, the mid-size teen that once used to put on eyeliner and mascara every day is now an adult who puts on a whole face
“Did you find my keys?” It was the first thing Kalisha’s father said when she came in for dinner. She let the dog off the leash, and it hid, but she couldn’t. She braced herself, reminded herself, changed herself.
Rosemary Dexter huddled in the root cellar of an abandoned cabin hidden in a thick forest hollow in the shadows of the leeward side of the mountain. Outside, a storm raged. In this part of the country, the mountains
In his dreams, Rajan searches for the ghosts. He hunts for them, tracing their footsteps in the dirt. He is back in his hometown—he knows these roads. The moonlight shivers on his skin. The crooked streets rattle around him.
The Stale Prince of Bel-Air (7 p.m. Sundays, NBC): Will (Will Smith) returns to the East Coast, still trying to break into the music industry. Though he works as a nanny for his fashion designer cousin Hilary (Karyn Parsons)
Exploring the literary limits or meritsof intimacy:the bold and bodily start of a life-time? When the sun is hot, like today, the wind can caress her whole body, and the waves are exhilarating. However, the sea breeze is so
The show was a vaudeville tour and I was supposed to be the comedian between acts, but the joke was on me cause after we got to Europe, they told me there was a war to end all wars
I was bringing a friend; that was all I said. His name is Raleigh. Like North Carolina. He plays guitar left-handed like Hendrix or McCartney. Born and raised in Chicagoland. Glasses cover his powder-blue eyes that match the walls
Wednesday morning, 7:48. Fremont Avenue. The street is full. An old brown sedan crawls like a dying beetle over its surface. The motor sputters. It backfires while the car’s shadow paints the road beneath it with a thick, lingering