Man, with a gun
micro story by Ginger Cochran
A few years ago, I was leaving my neighborhood one day.
I came to a stop at a crosswalk.
In the short distance, a gentleman on a bike came approaching the walk.
He then stopped right in front of my car, put his hand to his head in the shape of a gun and playfully blew his brains out.
He then got on his bike and continued on.
I still think about it from time to time.
About the author:
Ginger Cochran is an abstract painter and fiber sculptor, as well as emerging poet, residing in Denton Texas. She is currently working on her first poetry collection, Doorways, to be published in 2019. To see more of her prose, visit Self Labeled.
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