“Thoughts on the Run” by Rickey Rivers Jr


The run on sentence often leads to interesting avenues it is a wonder why it is taught to not be proper it can lead you to entertaining places it is like letting the world know how off the rails your writing can truly be without formal structure nothing holding you back no teacher complaining about commas commas are silly they slow down the process making you have to use a quarter of a second to correct your uninterrupted brain flow an oh so juicy thing that lubricates the keys and keeps you constantly sliding the thoughts onto the screen a beautiful thing to imagine yourself so slick with your inner juices that you becomes one with the process of creating slipping slippery sludge a slide of words which jumble erratic and yet formulate quite structural and soundly depending on your point of view this can be cathartic.





Rickey Rivers Jr was born and raised in Mobile Alabama. He is a writer and cancer survivor. He likes a lot of stuff. You don’t care about the details. He has been previously published in Every Day Fiction,  Fabula Argentea, ARTPOST magazine, and the anthology Chronos among other publications. Check out his site and Twitter.


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