Tag: Randy Zuniga

August 1963 by Randy Zuniga

Martin Luther King unpacks his suitcase on an overnight train to Washington. As he reads over his speech, his eyes meet in the mirror, seeing the reflection of the sunny window, suddenly darkening. He examines himself once more, exhaling deeply, “There is a light at the end of this tunnel. Fifty-seven years from now, I

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FICTION: Suicide 101 by Randy Zuniga

It all started in a court room I was sort of involved with… I was dreading it… It was unfortunate and I was supposed to be “dead”… My wife Rita was on the stand. She was very composed and showed no signs of nervousness. She even looked at me expressionless and cold. How do you

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FICTION: Goodbye by Randy Zuniga

She said goodbye to the womb when she was thrusted into the world. She said goodbye to baldness as she grew blonde locks and sparkled with bright blue eyes. She said goodbye to warm breast milk as she moved to mashed bananas. She said goodbye to her mama and daddy on her first day of

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