Bugs and Mirrors


I can’t see the bugs all over my skin when I look in the mirrors.

And I have to ignore the “imaginary” voices when the doctor voices start coming through the speaker box.

There’s a nice girl who tells me not to worry so much about the bugs. They’ll go away when I stop thinking about them. I don’t think she’s real but I still like it when she visits.


About Rachael

Creator of worlds, vessel for inspiration, voracious reader, and storyteller. Author of James Dean Rode a Unicorn: A Fantastical Collection of Short Fiction

Posted on May 13, 2017, in fiction, flash fiction, writing, Writing and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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