The Unfortunate Case of a Major Mood Disorder with Rather Prolonged and Truly Apocalyptic Consequences

A gentle swell was breaking over the roof of a subway entrance. Seagulls soared on drafts between tall buildings, their reflections warped in the hole-pocked walls of grimy glass. The bird shrieks and the ocean's murmur had replaced the downtown hustle years ago, but now there were other sounds as well. Soft splashes, creaking of … Continue reading The Unfortunate Case of a Major Mood Disorder with Rather Prolonged and Truly Apocalyptic Consequences

Come Again?

Seagulls soared on drafts between the empty buildings. `Crap, it's low tide,' the thug in a frayed baseball cap said. `Just keep rowing, please,' the boss said. The bearded mute didn't say anything. As always. They navigated through shallows of abandoned cars. It'd only been few years since the polder dams let go in a … Continue reading Come Again?