I tossed a clementine up into the cotton-candy sky and tried to pinpoint the exact moment it went from going up to falling down, but—time over—my focus was hijacked by the crystal image of a blue blanket swaddling an orange sphere, and, before I knew it, the clementine was resting in my palms again, and that was all right, nice even.
Nicholas DelloRusso is currently enrolled in Adelphi University’s MFA program. When not at school, he’s pretty much a vagabond, crashing with family and friends somewhere in Brooklyn, Long Island, or Staten Island. He’s had three pieces of flash fiction published by Reflex Fiction—one of which published in volume two of their yearly print anthology. After graduating, he plans on traveling, writing and making films.
See more of his work in 7.3