[Fiction] First Love

“Don’t you have anyone to play with?” The teacher leaned down to speak with her, smiling too widely. There was never anyone to play with, but Lemon wasn’t sure how to say that. Instead, she shook her head. “No, Miss.” “That’s a shame,” the teacher replied, her eyes soft with pity. “Where are all your … More [Fiction] First Love

Icarus Part 2

“Icarus. The original myth had two parts. Daedalus said to his son, ‘I fashioned these wings for you. Two rules. Don’t fly too high, or the sun will melt the wax. But, more important, son, don’t fly too low. Because if you fly too low, the water and the waves will surely weigh down the … More Icarus Part 2

[Poetry] Sonnet 1

I cannot compare to a summer’s day I shall not smile at you as lovers’ would Such sweet nothings you will not hear me say And I do not love as perhaps I should   If you would wait through this cruel tempest mine Do not anticipate for cloudless climes; For I do not promise … More [Poetry] Sonnet 1