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March 28, 2018

No matter time nor place,

There are some things that you should know

If I pass, just in case.

I tell you - do not grieve,

I know that it may suck

And as if I wanted to leave,

You dress me in a tux.

Can you keep me in mind?

Because I think you’ve won,

For all the friends I’ve le...

March 2, 2018

Removing your pictures
from the poster boards hanging on my wall
wasn't difficult
learning that I can extract
the guilt, the sad cities
I cried over and carried with me all these years
wasn't impossible
but
trying to empty
all of the tired from my bones
the hunger from...

February 27, 2018

     The floor creaked as I walked across the room, every step taken in agony, as more of my blood spilled oozed out with every step I took. My clothes were all ripped apart and soaked in blood, some of it, not my own, and some not even human. My wounds felt like a tho...

February 27, 2018

I started off like Miss Sunshine in a pretty party dress, my heart a bright red and blue ‘Open’ sign for the motel on that dark roadside where most accidents happen. With a smile, I would give beds away in exchange for good company. Caveat Venditor. My hourglass guests...

February 5, 2018

     The story of love is intertwined with the story of man. Love is born, love grows and changes, and then love dies. But when that love is gone, it leaves something behind. It leaves something that changes us and makes us better.  The story of my most recent love is...

February 5, 2018

Humble small speck of green utopia

From the surface seemingly motionless

Yet full of life, cilia beat ceaseless

Paradise to the paramecia

Translucent tendrils flow, pseudopodia

Amoeba disturbing the peace. Restless

Flowing like a river alive, seamless

Trapping countless clust...

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