A Day in the Life
Here’s a message from god. A glimpse behind the curtain. A guided tour through the seven veils. An eye opener, a spine tingler.
This can’t go on forever. The ink runs dry, the paper turns brittle and bursts into flame.
This morning three laughing girls at a coffee-house drive-thru set my heart dancing and launched me into the day.
Twenty minutes ago and thirteen hours later there was only one girl left at the window, and she’d been there all day, while I’d just woken up from a nap full of bad dreams.
The dance was gone from our eyes.
I put the van in gear and drove off.