I took my Beauty past eighty-two. During her thunderous last dance to the red zone’s outer edge, we melded into a demented mechanical dream. Down the sinewy stretch called Spooner’s Gulf, the Buick’s engine grew overwrought; her gears raged, but oh, how she and I flew!
Next stop: Toyota Town.
T. L. Sherwood lives in Western New York. Among other places, her work has appeared in Rosebud, Every Day Fiction, Ruthless Peoples Magazine, and Page and Spine. Her blog, Creekside Reflections, can be found at tlsherwood.wordpress.com.