Redux

10/19/19 This post is formatted to reflect an original journal entry. An earl grey morning. Sipping coffee in bed. Lazy, cool jazz in the speakers and all around me autumn falls in silence. There is a book by my side. Lin Yutang’s The Importance of Living (a special thank you to Lynne from Head to [...]

Artificial Overkill

I. verbatim an arrogant pause apart and beyond a cemetery for all the little explosions that escape from our mouths encrypted in the babble the dark horse of myth deteriorates like a terminal roach expletive volcanic heart rhetoric is the sunny side of the rainbow dreams, the frailest of human obligations II. i don’t know [...]

On Creative Limits

I haven’t experimented with collage work in awhile. Now that I am writing poetry rather comfortably and adventurously again, the urge to tinker with visual media has substantially diminished. Though not disappeared. I’ve got a stack of magazines and a folder full of clippings and other trinkets ready next time the mood strikes.  What I [...]

3rd Cloud

I. the upswing future people on the run their hands clasp the neck of the morning like two ticking clocks one’s got time in her eyes a hushed descent of unseen forces unpeaked brows bellies faceless dirt the 3rd cloud, soft miracle of an outstretched hand II. headlines growing in circles the tough husk of [...]

Ants on Parade

can you see what i see words don’t come easy to the sour blue mind of a biochemical visionary a puzzle in the middle illusions in the shade grill step energetic apex grooves like a 6 a.m. lollipop a lie rings out like a church bell cool mama, facts don’t matter when the dead are [...]