The Aesop Project

Current mood:gifted ‘tard

i was emptying my pockets after coming home from my day. wallet and keys on the tray, bag on on the counter, hang up the raincoat, but pat down the pockets first. should i empty the coat pockets? will it rain tomorrow? i’m sure if i leave this shit in my coat pockets it won’t rain tomorrow and i’ll need to climb in the closet and dig out my mp3 player and notepad and spare battery. then i stopped. “small price to pay for a sunny day, ya’ll can just STAY in there.” moral of the story: the thing about prayer is that you don’t know if it works, but it can’t hurt.

Currently listening:
Box Office Bomb
By Dramarama
Release date: 10 September, 1991


About Suhail Rafidi

Suhail Rafidi is a novelist and educator whose works explore the destiny of human values in a technological landscape. You can find him on Twitter, too, @shelldive.
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