Love vs. Lust by Anthony Kirchner
9:17 PM | Author: Glen Binger
Love vs. Lust by Anthony Kirchner

The carmine petals teetered as they fell. All my scorned hopes and wanton wishes are instilled into silken tabs as they're plucked, one by one, from their stem and lost to the stream below. With the corolla stripped, the stigmas and stamen stood naked and ugly.

She loves me not.

Antony Kirchner designs and sculpts lavish clay pigeons for a living; or so he wishes, as that would be more fulfilling than his current occupation of ''Deli Clerk.'' He writes in his free time to amuse himself and hopefully others. A self published body of his works can be read at,
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