by J.A. Tyler
And yesterday a suit walking slink-backed and slick nearly doubled himself over guffawing at the ignorance rampant on those streets. Right in his face - laughing. Glossy black sunglasses unforgiving too in their reflection of his declining figure. But the next woman by a mother of two or three sighed and collected her hands in her purse and came out with a tenner that she dropped with a look that said you poor dear or something to that effect. That was a good day. Best of both worlds, ups and downs.
J.A. Tyler has featured work in (or appearing soon in) The Feathertale Review, Thieves Jargon, Underground Voices, and Word Riot. He is also founding editor of Mud Luscious. These six sentences are a part of a novel in progress. Check out more here.