Author Archives: justbrinkley

About justbrinkley

poetry, flash fiction, prompts from a southern granny who should have been a writer.

No Snow Angels

Deep in the empty pine forest of the valley of the Chattahoochee well below the Mason Dixon no snow flurries snow flakes fall. Rather, the crystal droplets beginning high in the clouds warm upon descent and end in puddles. No … Continue reading

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In our RV…

Traveling Randomly Across New Scenery Provides Opportunities Reserved Typically Around Travelers In Other Niches of Transportation

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A world overburdened with information Embellished, fake – even false To empower self with our own reality Is the challenge  

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Early Onset

Walking along She remembers A report She read Sometime In the past Walking slowly As reported Can mean the Onset of the absence of mind Looking ahead She speeds up her transportation Almost skipping Wanting no one to consider She … Continue reading

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It’s Showtime!

Worry Steals the bright light that resides within Dim the gray veil, Open the brocade curtain, Deliver your spontaneous lines of life

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Bo

Recently released from incarceration, men, some still boys, gather at the Safe House to keep warm, sip hot coffee, talk and listen freely, or just rest peacefully. Neil provides opportunities to improve. 12-steps Most cannot break the cycle of their … Continue reading

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So Much in Love

A single lava lamp sends thousands of sparkles dancing around the tired off-white walls splashing colorful primary-color dots on cast aside velvet bell-bottoms threadbare tie-dye polyester un-mentionables while the lovers’ passions erupt with lava-like rhythm pulsing with the sounds of … Continue reading

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