There’s the carpenter who gets paid from his last job in coins and meets a well dressed woman on the train.
There’s the rich man who aspires to be poor and what he does with his money to get there.
A group of dogs in the city find themselves all wearing sunglasses.
A young man on the brink of fatherhood thinks about camping on the moon.
And there’s the good man who brings goodness to his world, but refuses to embrace himself as being good.
Dave Jaicks has published poetry and prose in literary journals such as Open City, Fence, Hummingbird, The Haight Ashbury Literary Journal, Passages North, and Lit UP.