Then and Now
Life interjects itself.
Together time grows extinct.
Love dissipates like dispirited clouds.
Don’t know what happened.
Heart’s pulse dwindles.
JIM HARRINGTON is a retired librarian embarking on a new journey. Among the many places where his works have appeared are: Apollo's Lyre, Baker's Dozen Review, Bent Pin Quarterly, Brilliant, Defenstration, Long Story Short, Litbits, MicroHorror and others. You can read more of his stories at www.jimharringtononline.net
"This story developed from a discussion on "telegraphic" writing, although I'm not certain this story has any resemblance to that style. The pattern came to me first, then the words."