I’ve been quiet
I’ve been gone
What else I’m I missing? What will you do when we hang up? There was this sentence
hung like blue
there’s always something hanging in suspense
the secret of the being that the being has no secret.
They did not have the right to enter, they forced themselves anyway, they were pushed out soon enough.
Like a poem even she could not see.

Text by Jordan Scott. Prompt: 1941 – World War II: German troops enter Athens.

Text by Christof Migone. Prompts: texts by Jordan and Kathryn plus the prompts they chose.

Text by Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer. Prompt: 1667 – The blind and impoverished John Milton sells the copyright of Paradise Lost for £10.

Todays Calls is part of the Phone Works series by Christof Migone. Website design by Endless Commons. Thanks to the Ontario Arts Council.