Wait Times

by Livingston Edwards   Geoffrey’s watch read 8:38pm. The hallway filled with the sounds of blaring monitors and the coughs and groans of the sick and injured around him. He saw splatters of blood on the wall, rusted wheelchairs blocking the aisles, and toddlers wiggling in the laps of their parents. “Oh, c’mon,” the man whispered. His … Continue reading Wait Times