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DARRELL VICKERS – CHAPTER TWO: THERE’S GOT TO BE A MORNING AFTER

Posted in Fiction, Serialized Book with tags , , , , , , on February 5, 2019 by segarini


MALIBU:

Cat Stevens once sweetly crooned that morning had broken. At ‘Bu House, it was morning and everything in sight was broken. There comes a time when the reveler must recompense-in-full the staggering price for his or her unconstrained jollification. That ugly, torturous – and quite often liquid-infused – occasion was “now” for the sorrowful survivors of this ‘Bu bash. The glorious rising sun only spotlighted the sheer worsomeness and carnage on display. Moaning, stricken bodies were strewn about the room like the French after the Battle of Golden Spurs. People were passed out in limpid pools of snack food and cold cut vomit. Some their own. Some donated by strangers. Dionysus had fled the building and only damned Oizys remained.

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DARRELL VICKERS – CHAPTER ONE: I’VE BEEN TO A MARVELOUS PARTY

Posted in Serialized Book with tags , , , , , , on January 29, 2019 by segarini

 

1992 was still drinking from a sippy cup and “Set Adrift on Memory Bliss” was still truculently poisoning the airwaves as this somber morality play takes wing.

A jubilant Paul Simon was packing his bags in preparation for a groundbreaking tour of South Africa. A sad Edie Brickell was really going to miss the tickly feel of his sweaty hairpiece bumping up under her chin as he was fucking her. Garfunkel had a much bigger cock, but he liked to talk for hours about his feelings after sex. Plus, that long curly hairdo made her feel like she was having her ham rammed by a disgraced clown. Meanwhile, in paradise…

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