Imagine It

By Ciaran J. McLarnon The visits were moments of when Simon was given a precious glimpse of his future. From behind the shelves of tinned fruit and meat, the sacks of flour and rice, he watched the man enter his family’s grocery. Simon saw him as the man he wanted to be; his bowler hat, … Continue reading Imagine It

Florets of Fancy

By Welkin Siskin   Imagination does want to swing In the undercroft of things, And needless to mention does it constantly flow To uncover what’s called a glow. To lay hands on and hang onto fancy, To fancy for whatever could truly be, Perchance to smooch the light in darkness Or conceal you from sadness, … Continue reading Florets of Fancy

Burnished Silver Pull Knobs

By Ann Christine Tabaka Burnished silver pull knobs on wooden drawers, distort the images of surrounding objects. I am intrigued, trying to discern the blurry world being reflected back at me. My perception of reality is twisted and stretched following the spherical shape of the handles. The effects are quite disturbing, playing games with my vision. … Continue reading Burnished Silver Pull Knobs