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“Last night, I dreamt I was sailing over an orange ocean, empty except for a school of mermen wearing purple pin-stripe Zoot suits playing water polo with a blowfish.” Freud stroked his beard for several minutes as he contemplated the meaning behind his newest patient's dream. “Vell, obviously, zoo are deficient in Vitamin C! Zoo … Continue reading Fun with Freud
His pulse quickened. He could feel the hot blood rushing through his arteries, his blood pressure rising with each erratic contraction of his fibrillating heart. His chest was heavy and tight, suffocating on the carbon dioxide trapped in his lungs. The world had closed in around him. He was alone in a great void, a … Continue reading Fear the Dark
A black cat sits atop a closed laptop on the round glass dining room table. The floor is peppered with cat toys--balls that bounce, balls that jingle, stuffed mice laced with catnip--and hasn't seen a vacuum in months. A green velvet rolling desk chair replaces the metal-backed dining chairs that should complete the small kitchenette … Continue reading A Lived-In Room
There is nothing more poetic to me than watching an image slowly emerge from a spotless white sheet of paper, floating in a shallow tray in the cast of a red light in a darkroom. The image is fuzzy at first, a blur of grey slowly appearing on the solid white background. The shadows come … Continue reading Truth in Development