Glitter in L.A.Folded into a cave no bigger than his body, Jared admired the Leo Carrillo and tried to absorb it. He gazed at the ocean and swallowed the thirsty ache for it's freedom, and rubbed the sand off his hands absentmindedly.Glitter in L.A.2 years ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes
He'd only been living in L.A. for a few months now, but this was quickly becoming his favourite place to be. He would sit and try to be inhaled by the beauty around him. If he focused hard enough then it didn't even hurt any more.
The waves tumbled over themselves like adolescents as the maternal sea shepherded them away from the rocks time and time again. He took out a takeaway menu from his pocket and wrote down the thought for later. It might be useful.
He could hear people laughing, and it was a comfort. He could smell crab being cooked at the beach bar a way down the beach and it tempted him (again), but he managed to resist. They weren't what he had come here for.
As lovely as the view was, as idyllic his little carved out corner of paradise could be, the re