How You Know You’re Dying

Forget the pain. Forget the grave statements by the doctors about how you may not last more than two weeks. Forget the medication, the constant scans, tests, machines, beeping, wires, more tests, tubes, IVs. Forget the smell of the hospital, its sounds, the stale taste of its food, the harried nurses and haughty doctors. Forget … Continue reading How You Know You’re Dying

For Vivian

It's funny the things you think of when you see someone you love very much die in front of you. Right now, I'm thinking of shooting Henry with the gun in my hand. It's a water gun, but I want to shoot him with it anyway. I watch him kneel over her body, screaming incoherent … Continue reading For Vivian