And There They Are by M. Taggart

“Now, with that?” “I’ll go with what my sorry wants.” “And again with power of persuasion?” She stroked her glass of wine. Often she felt alone. “It’s what I see when I walk.” “What are we going to do though? Really?” “I’m going to pay and leave. You can stay here.” The waiter came, heard,…

A Trick on Life by M. Taggart

I played a trick on lifeand trusted it.Along with what my mind delivered;the opening of a door, the murmurof a child, the running feet froma few rooms away until finallythey were no longer away, but here.As if when having thought about lifewith him, long before conception,was a reality. And somehow, it was.Much like the storm…