Judah Mahay, Author
  • Featured,  Short Stories,  Works

    In the Future Sense

    You assumed too much. The world would be fine without you. In this, you were dreadfully wrong. The stars did not sing your praise. The Earth did not revel in your glory. The seas did not churn in exaltation. None shall know of you, but all shall owe you. It is of the passing of your days that all shall be made true, and light shall once again shine. So, as they will proclaim, and we must say, “let the light live on.” You will awaken, as is the norm on any sun-streaked day. Barefooted, you will wiggle your toes seeking the floor, to be grounded by at least something.…

  • Poems,  Works

    An Idea of Tomorrow

    Pencil drop,A teacher providesOut of pocket.It’s their own dime. Yet, passed amidst discord,She cannot see nor sneerUpon such meager coin.She holds too dearWithout fearHer own dime. Now is the timeTo live…WITHIN our timeTo see that which plaguesOr fellow’s friendAnd to welcome thoseWho learn strifeIs always the days bitter end. Why not be better?We are better. Open our arms.Open your arms.Do not let inequity ruleNor the golden houseOnce white fallTo this gilded flameOf populist rancor Fueled By a divide bled between us. Remember first who we are.American First?That is the nearest forethought? We are better than this What else have we forgotten,But ourselvesThat can soak up this bloodThis fractureIn this beautiful country So…

  • Aroph Short Stories,  Podcast,  Season 1

    Episode 5 – “Bumps” by Matthew Hall

    Here we have “Bumps” by Matthew Hall. If anyone is interested in a twist of reality and a look at the end of things with a thrill, please listen to this story. Short Bio: Matthew Hall, beard aficionado and semi-pro eccentric, tries to find time to write in between meetings at the office.  He writes to dispel the ennui endemic in his daily life of accountancy and to explore worlds without spreadsheets and deadlines. Also, available on the Judah Mahay App, iTunes, Google Play, or Stitcher Radio.