The wolf was hired by the brick-house pig.
The grumpy cloud rained on their happy parade.
Locked chains. Underwater. Explosives. Evil madman. Normal day.
Hospitals need nurses but she couldn’t find work.
“She hates you”
“I never asked for more.”
“She never loved you.”
“That never really mattered.”
“You can’t handle the truth.”
“Tell me lies.”
She fell to the floor screaming, “NO NAP!”
Four men walked in. One man left alive.
He smelled her perfume in the man’s apartment.
The seat remained up.
And so he wept.
The partnership dissolved amicably into an awkward enmity.
She held his hand until the beeping stopped.
Pigs ate body. No evidence left. Job done.
“We’re going to see Mom?”
“Yes,” Dad lied.
His naive hopes withered under their honest scrutiny.
The sapling grew up to see the sun.
Politics swallowed his soul, but not his charm.
The dog barked at Theresa’s drug filled bag
He went down the stairs in his wheelchair.