Author has written 14 stories for General, Romance, Horror, Young Adult, Essay, Sci-Fi, and Fantasy.
let us go then, you and i
when the evening is spread out against the sky
like a patient etherized upon a table
T. S. Eliot's words are painted over and over across the wide window; the building's spacious window makes the perfect canvas for a poem. Through the paint you can barely make out some furniture. The glass is cracked and the room's lights are out, yet still you see people enter the building for work.
They enter, you notice, but there is something off about their behavior. Some enter and leave after a few minutes. Others enter and take their time looking around before heading home. Others still enter and leave and enter and leave and enter and leave, as if in some sort of trance. And then there are those who enter and never come back out.
You remember this building from years ago (just how many is up for debate). It was once illustrious, littered with bright lights and clean panes, but now, even the sign is lacking a few letters.
F NG RO UCT ONS
And even the visitors you see (enter and leave and enter and leave) walk with an ethereal air about them. You stand at a crossroads, between a road less travelled and a road wellworn.
oh, do not ask, "what is it?"
let us go and make our visit