Desperation

When Christina Martin was found, she was in the bed of an old pickup truck that was owned by one Franklin Torrence who was the gardener for Edward Jacobson. Edward was in the driver's seat, and when Franklin Torrence was questioned, he said, "Mr. Jacobson said he needed my truck. I just assumed he didn't … Continue reading Desperation

Crashes

The problem, I guess,Is the fear I confessOr the fear that, I guess,Isn't valid unless I can measure its weightOr define its dimensionsIn lines that are straightI can bind and then gateAnd assign to a valid extension The problem, I guess,Isn't clearly assessedBy the fear I suppressWhen I'm clearly a mess And I'm digging a … Continue reading Crashes