Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

Sunday, November 24, 2019

GRAFFITI SONATA BY GENE O’NEIL


GRAFFITI SONATA by gene o’neil - Imagine the loneliness you’d feel, if your classically trained flautist of a spouse moved out, and took your young daughter with her. Flip through the artist’s sketchbook, as his images transform from love, to loss, and give way to grief. The story is organized in a sonata structure, with dream sequences blending ghost-like visions with the natural world. In ‘Graffiti Sonata’, the reader delves into an unfocused mind, sinking into despair as he loses everything he ever loved. This story first appeared in Dark Discoveries Magazine issue #18, Winter/ Spring 2011, and was reprinted in Best of Dark Discoveries, published by Dark Regions Press in 2015.

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