Grey by Robert Thomas
7:22 PM | Author: Paul Mullin
Grey by Robert Thomas

She has kind of motherly hair; gray curls peppered against black locks. Each crease in her face is a story about sleepless nights with crying babies, doctor visits and missing child support checks. When she asks if I want a dance, I say, no, but I’ll pay for one anyway.

Robert Thomas is a writer living in Seattle, Washington. He hopes to change the number of pieces he has published from "0" to "a bunch". He's currently working on a novel that will, most likely, be rejected many times.
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On 2/5/12, 11:12 AM , Anonymous said...

Excellent piece Robert. Loved it.