The following story is fan fiction. The disclaimer below is borrowed from , dreamsinfiction, who has perfectly described what fan fiction is (and isn't) on her journal. (Also - be sure to check out her extensive body of well-written fan fic while there!) I'm also proud to say the story has been accepted by the moderator and posted on the Gram Parsons Project Board at the No Depression: Americana and Roots Music web site. http://www.nodepression.com/group/grampa
DISCLAIMER: The characters herein are intellectual property of the author's of the fictional work. The characters depicted are loosely based on individuals to which they are the namesake. The characters are in no way, shape or form claiming to be a true and accurate representation of said individuals whom they are depicting. The author does not claim to be persons depicted in the works of fiction living or deceased. The author does not claim to know personally any of the characters living or deceased.
Anyway, enjoy . . .
May Be the Last Time
May Be the Last Time
Vraaaah. From the lawn chair on the patio, tucked behind a stucco wall and overlooking a small stagnant pool, he was not disturbed by the familiar sound of the sliding glass door as it opened. The sun was equally stagnant, directly opposite the pool but high, high above, creating a bright stain on the dead calm of the pool’s glassy surface. Draped over him was a hand-knit scarf, a muffler with carefully chosen colors, oblivious to how out-of-place it was in the midday heat. As he lay, the red glow behind his eyelids was suddenly blackened by a shadow, a presence, shielding him from the sun’s assault, creating a cool respite. Something was holding him, encircling his wrist, a firm grip, causing his pulse to quicken as he felt its pressure on his skin, the pressure of . . . what . . . what . . . then the touch of a hand on his cheek, simultaneously rough and smooth, stroking his hair with the familiarity of a thousand-year-old friendship, and the smell of stale ash replaced the smoggy chlorine stench which always surrounded the ground by the pool--( Read more...Collapse )