Eclipse by Corey E. Toomey

The sky and ground, blank and gray I seeTwo spheres, pale and chrome, both adriftBetween them, the sprout of the first fig treeThen cometh forth, a Voice from within the rift! One sphere, the first, He burned and scorched and grewBefore traveling far awayThe sphere, the second, She stayed and shined a luminescent hueWhen once … Continue reading Eclipse by Corey E. Toomey

The Lady in the Hurricane by Corey E. Toomey

There once was a lady,Carved in stoneThe year was 2020 A.D.(Maybe)Around her, a bird bath’s water shone Pattering drops gathered from aboveFilling to the brim, her residential dishSturdy rock, yet soft as a doveThe lady she knew, granted heaven her wish Wish? Nay, she prayedPrayed and prayed, this lady didHumming that stony serenadeUnder the perilous … Continue reading The Lady in the Hurricane by Corey E. Toomey

Cuties: Not the Movie We Wanted, But the Movie We Needed

Ugh. Boy, was that movie tough to sit through. The entire experience was akin to fidgeting on a chair of spikes. Photo by Anna Shvets on Pexels.com I am, of course, referring to Netflix's Cuties, the movie that is trending because of its unorthodox portrayal of minor sexploitation. Both sides of the political aisle are … Continue reading Cuties: Not the Movie We Wanted, But the Movie We Needed