He sat quietly with his eyes closed, pinching the bridge of his nose as he mulled over the notice in his in left hand. It stirred up more anguish and stress, piling on to the trouble that had been riding his back for months. Worry lines etched along his forehead as he furrowed his brows,Continue reading “Down & Out by Cortney Joseph | #ThrowAwayWeek2019”
It seemed Marcella’s teen aged son was purposefully ignoring her latest rant, his eyes and full attention given to the house across the street, and this angered her even more. She’s spent her entire day shouting and repeating herself to numerous individuals who constantly showed they held no respect for her, and the last thingContinue reading “Mama Don’t Preach (Intro) by Cortney Joseph #ShortStoryAugust”
Sparrow stood up, slowly walking towards her. Only a few inches taller, his slim yet muscular frame easily engulfed Antoinette, offering the sense of protection she always missed. And at the same time, she hated the way his touch felt, how she melted into his arms with ease.
In less than a year, he’d sprung tall like a bean stalk, just over six feet tall and towering over his siblings and parents. Despite his best efforts to gain weight, and muscles, he remained slim in size. Sighing, he leaned close to the mirror just to see how bad his latest bout of acne was.