In the last 40 days I lost two uncles to cancer. Four family members in the last three years. One could have turned 67 today. We had the interment of the other instead. I don’t want to reduce them to a number. I have seen how the sickness have reduced them to a fraction of … Continue reading Black


Short Letters in an Empty Garage

Dear Mom, I will always be your little boy. I'm sorry I couldn't buy you the house I promised when I was a kid. I'm sorry for being stubborn and wasting the years of my life on worthless shit. Dad was right. You should've allowed him to straighten me up. Thanks for not giving up … Continue reading Short Letters in an Empty Garage