The Door (pt. I)

…donning the same hoody he’d worn to the plant everyday since starting there six years ago, Lyle power walked past the security desk, through the front entrance and parking lot.  Muscle memory and determination propelled his car routine to near autonomy and he was off; pushing the six-speed four-cylinder to it’s brink as he merged onto the highway….

Where are We?

The indecisive nature in which two people find themselves — which way they decide to turn is what gives meaning to the things they do and the words they use. Without knowing where they stand with one another or where the relationship is going, everything between is either lost or loss. Are we between theContinue reading “Where are We?”

Among Us V (part 1)

…..They both sprang into action the split second they felt the high chair begin to lift and hover. Each with a foot latched onto it, they stomped it back down — shocking the waitress who just managed not to spill the coffee she was pouring. The two year old, Jaxson Jr. aka J.J., laughed out loudly at his parents’ quick reactions. J.J. had discovered just last week, that he could levitate. An ability that provided both fear and pride in his superhuman parents……

Among Us IV

……The first page was simply a request for the test takers name. Simple enough. She turned the page and found it was intentionally left blank. Rose glanced up at the timer being displayed on her desk, she had forty-three minutes remaining to complete the exam. To her that meant it would be forty-three minutes of pure propaganda……

Among Us.

…Doctor Williams had made the decision weeks before he signed the papers; he’d known the entire time what he would do, it just came with such a regretful weight he had waited. Maybe if he’d done it sooner, or even had he waited longer, things would’ve gone differently. He thought as he stared at the empty casket meant to represent his most incredibly phenomenal patient D’Amber Lyons. Ms. Lyons was a peculiar case, sixteen years young…

(Un)imaginable

A poem by Remontz Written to my Mother ❤️ Mother’s Day 2019 The day July 26, 1990…had to be Unimaginable Prolly couldn’t imagine becoming a Mother the next day. Prolly couldn’t imagine giving birth in that way. You prolly couldn’t imagine the new life you’d make. Prolly couldn’t imagine any of my traits. Prolly couldn’tContinue reading “(Un)imaginable”