Epiphanies

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Flash Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

These are a collection of Epiphanies

Epiphany about Crickets

Sound of the crickets like a muse of poetry, like a symphony of Mozart. Their sounds are akin to that of a flowing brook. Their sounds are similar to that of waves receding from the shore. The muse in me is filled with joy. Their sound is similar to a prose being read. The night’s silence is broken by their cacophony. Do their sounds resemble the dreams of dead souls? They are a Buddha meditating in the night.

Epiphany about a Fridge

The refrigerator is oinking…guttural and mimetic. It’s a sound resembling an orgasm. The oinking resembles a fable being told. It’s a poem being recited.

Epiphany about a house lizard

The house lizard is squeaking. It is said by old people, if you hear a lizard squeaking, what ever your thoughts are they will come true.


Submitted: July 12, 2021

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