The Assignment by Diana Heath https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/114454 The Assignment is about a young woman who is running away from her abusive partner and an encounter with a visitor from outer space transforms her life.
And So We Did by R. Skotarczyk
And So We Did by R. Skotarczyk https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/113220 I’m not going to try to romanticize this. It’d been 10 months, so yeah, his smells were poetry. Scandalous and dirty. His coming was lust born from scandal. His, not mine.
The creaks within the board moved wet beneath my feet over anchored heavy waters splashing death upon the meek, clean waves heaving flesh as still as rocks on shore the pleas for the life to live smothered out and heard no more, the last amon.
Crossing the Gap with Chris My Occupational Therapist by Joel Solkoff (@jsolkoff) https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/119130 The persistence of memory remains within my generation. It does not transmit to the next: To the Millennials I begat Nor to the occupational therapist as she parallels my pushups Urging me to straighten my back. Chris is the same...
A Keepsake Memory by Nick Voro https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/119326 A wrongfully imprisoned Girl tries to escape the confines of an abandoned mental asylum and from the treacherous hands of a psychotic doctor placed in charge of keeping her hidden from the world and far away from her politician father.
At the Mall by Ipsita Banerjee (Ipsyb) https://scriggler.com/detailPost/poetry/39569
A Meeting With Death by Stephanie Musarra https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/113123 Sandy logged on to the computer, and checked her student E-mail. Her eyes flooded with tears, as she noticed that her student loan had been cancelled. Sandy walked across the camp...