“Monday morning meeting. My boss says, ‘I hate women who have short hair.'”
“Of course. I’m the one who has no business being here. The one who has no right to accompany you to your death.”
“Nothing distinguishes me from them at first glance, if you aren’t looking for it, if you don’t scratch the surface. Me too, just like them, I have an iPod that plays the same songs, khaki polish on my nails and a nice vintage parka, me too, me too, me too, and soon, maybe, I’ll get the death wish out of my DNA, I’ll pry it out with a crowbar.”
Michèle Thibeau is, among other things, a curious being, a creative writer, and a lifelong learner. She loves experimenting with the magic and mystery of short story and poetry. Metamorphosis Interrupted explores vulnerability and trust.
“In Heart Songs in Flight the reader is a passenger. It is a reflection, a celebration, on peace, choice, and survival.”