A boy struggling with his family life.
A story about a little girl obsessed with her best friend.
The spider and the butterfly.
A reflection on my current age and self. Revealing my strengths as well as my flaws.
The beauty and hardships of taking care of our elders.
Story written by Franklin Rayeski – Please do not use without crediting me I made my rounds about the suburban streets of Rosewood Lane when I, in passing, witnessed a strange sight. The house that sat on the corner of Rosewood and Hollow Drive, the beautiful Victorian manor, was having its insides piled into a … Continue reading “Gilded Dreams”
Poem by Franklin Rayeski – Please do not use without crediting me They discriminate their races proud As they point towards a crowd of men. I nod and smile and respond aloud: "You see them, yes, but look again: Look closer now to unsee their race!" They tilt their head and I reiterate then: "It … Continue reading “A Crowd of Men”