Sheila’s Song

Sheila McDermid In SanfordSilly faded cartoon on her ankle, she owns a smile which melts granite and pets specters smoke and deviant boys. Feisty tree-climber then until her son can not afford a fall – then came Rosie ‘midst the dramafamily flailings. Last time a triple-sawbuck to learn her life’s latest drownings sorrows before tragedies and all what […]

via “Sheila’s Song” — Commentary, Outrages, Prose

Comments are closed.