Roses by M. Abran Garza
11:36 AM | Author: Glen Binger
Roses by M. Abran Garza

She made him angry, then embarrassed. He felt exhausted. He was red. Sometimes she felt blue, missing his touch. At other times, suspicions made her green. This time, she called him yellow. Oh, if only that were true! He could see her many colors, yet to her, he was red.

M. Abran Garza is a hopeful and buoyant storyteller who has recently taken his hand to writing. He enjoys edifying the idiom while sacrificing semantics. He and his exquisite wife, their two exceptional children and a fish named Sparky, reside in a small garden home on the outskirts of San Antonio, Texas.
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