Married Man (The Prelude)
It was early fall, and the leaves were already beginning to melt into those beautiful colors. The floors of the road were painted in red and yellow, while all of the sidewalks in town were swept clean. The College town was very active, with a lot of bars, movie theaters and clubs. It was the place to be. Even the townies couldn’t get enough of their own Town.
“Harry’s Bar and Lounge” was probably the most popular joint in this town. It had a beautiful, classical facade that sat atop a huge stair well. The building stood three stories in height, with a balcony on the second level that over looked Broken Bound River. The river was exceptionally beautiful this time of year with all the trees pouring over top of it. The leaves would just trickle down the river lighting it up like gold. Of course this being a college town, only the loneliest of the lonely, would ever actually take time out of his 21st birthday to notice these sort of interesting things.
To continue reading Married Man (The Prelude), you must
buy the book Morning Stories