Bright Room Evening by Len Kuntz
10:33 AM | Author: Glen Binger
Bright Room Evening by Len Kuntz

Two am and the stubborn disc outside this Ketchikan window has yet to waver, glaring through the hotel glass at me all whiskey-colored, smoldering with a steam I’ve not seen in years, since that afternoon you said you’d rather be anywhere in the world than with me.

Len Kuntz lives on a lake in rural Washington State with rural sea creatures. His work appears widely on the web and in print and also at
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