You are currently browsing the tag archive for the ‘Eulogy’ tag.

The box is richly padded and, for one who won’t be stirring, roomy. I should have lived as comfortably, in darkness as conducive to long remembering. This is no way to begin. I am paper and bone in a box under earth as blunt as a clod. My words should be simple as sand. Read the rest of this entry »

All I wanted when he died was to scream. My family restrained me, taking me by the arms near the shoulders, and either slamming me to the wall of the trauma room or forcing my nose into the stink, as if I were responsible, Read the rest of this entry »

Blog Stats

  • 805,105 Visitors

VSN Logo

I’m On Twitter

EAT FEED

299-WORD NOVELS

Character, conflict, emotional impact. And sentences! Everything you want in a novel, without one extra syllable.

Behind the Pseudonym

The pen name David B Dale honors my parents Beatrice and Dale. David+B+Dale = davidbdale

255 More Novels!

Recent Tweets

  • Heraclitus was right: we can never foam the same milk twice. 23 hours ago
  • Silver buckshot is better than a wooden stake when silver bullets are not available; figure out which is which and fire away. 23 hours ago
  • @Inqkriordan Despite the "threat" of weather. :) 1 month ago
  • Every time I read the headline "Rapper gets 3 to 6 months in prison" I think, "That's a pretty light sentence for rap." 1 month ago
  • I promise and I mean it this time, I will start running again as soon as someone starts chasing me. 2 months ago
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 100 other followers