A Plane To LV

by Tamara Anna Pawlak
Photo by Daniela Avila/Unsplash

A Plane To LV

There will be no pity for a plane full of sinners, on a plane to LV...

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A Most Unfortunate Affair

The toppings sloughed then plopped and sunk in the cloudy water below. Pepperoni, olives, sausage chunks, and peppers...

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Old Man's Bag

He’s crept inside and sewn himself into the fibers. One by one, each and every stitch is his, is his...

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Better at a Distance

Looks good from here, wouldn’t you say? Albeit fuzzy...

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A Brief Introduction

Betcha wanna know what I’m scribbling—well, it’s the last page of this book...

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Hell's Belle

She’s got bloodstains on her knickers and meat stuck in her teeth...

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The Reckoning

The memories don’t stick, the bones that crick. The will grown tired, the body now expired....

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Oysters

Dead men that became shell-less, flesh-full, in both life and death...

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Cukes and Snow

It belonged to the English—this cuke that had spent a month in the back of my fridge, slowly each day becoming a more liquid version of itself...

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Beans

Amongst the Earthen empire with all that is wild and free...

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The Turnip and Owl

It has come to the point that communicating with you has become some sort of doltish nightmare...

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Get a Rope

So I went to the garage and found a rope. And I jumped. Because that’s what seven-year-olds do...

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Horrors

Horrors that stand over your bed and watch you dream, that will kiss your mouth and bed with you, whittling nightmares. In the morning you will remember none of it...

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Heart Beat

My heart quivers wildly with a will to live I will never understand...

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Serendipity

There’s serenity in serendipity—just smooths things over. Makes things better. A better place than I am now...

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Starving Robin

The other birds feast on the bounty beneath the soil, as the lone robin stands on its own—awaiting her arrival...

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Fly

Its tiny head twisting, its body shuddering in delight as it performs a proper cleaning...

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Three Pounds of Meat

Leave me for the shadows, The black ones that granted company until the end. It would be a waste to rob them this offering...

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Mop and Bucket

He had a French accent when he said his name, That part made her laugh. What a great mood he was in. But it was time to scrub—work the mop head back and forth—slop the putrid water over the bathroom floor...

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When I'm Fun

I’ll chase after you under the sun. I’ll tackle you in the grass and we’ll roll around laughing. I’ll bring your favorite treats, we’ll go hiking in the hills, just you and me. When I’m fun...

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Sad Song

I’ll keep strumming and never reach the end. You’ll see my fingers bleed—the blood sliding down the strings and dripping teardrops from my fingertips...

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Please

There may have been light in the darkness—if the lightbulb hadn’t fried up years ago...

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The Mushroom and Tree

What I felt for you a century ago is still inside of me, your presence in my life eons ago is still with me today. Physical cessation cannot cut these ties...

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Ball and Chain

So, Freddie took his ax and chopped it off.And he was two ankles less...

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Dead Prostitutes

Maybe it’s a thing of the past. The problem that fixes itself...

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