September 7, 2008

    The Old Appliance Club

    Did she know when to quit? She called her stove a piano; she put frozen peas in the biscuit jar; she felt as frazzled as widow's net caught in an eggbeater. She looked up her name with Google, and omigod, there she was, the perfect definition of her unsaved self: The Old Appliance! And now there was a club about her! The club flew about her, whacking her ears, rounding off her shoulders, until she was just an old appliance, too wide for the back door, too warm for ice cream, too noisy for the keen of hearing.

3 comments:

Joseph Young said...

this is awesome!

Linda Campbell Franklin said...

Thank you, Joe, you are one of my teachers and I appreciate your example.

Allene said...

Well said.