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Category Archives: poetry

Nothing New or Noteworthy

For quite a while this blog has mostly been poems. Poetry has been the easiest, most natural way I’ve been expressing myself. Until a few months ago when I stopped writing it altogether. Not forever and ever, just…I haven’t felt the necessity to write poems. I just realized there are two reasons why. One, all […]

Tundra

quake my bones before i’m too old in that secret place that you haunt like an owl scent of perfumed dust & loneliness holding back the sunlight listen closely i’ll only say this twice i can be brighter than anything when i’m not bored & alone in that secret place that you haunt like an […]

A Crack in the Pavement

pretending everything is good & it probably is but thinking makes it no so with our broken telescopes shattering the carnival around & within sometimes it’s all we’ve got that & hope

Three Little Words

how sweet it would be to open my mouth & tell you everything all the somethings in my head 1-10 a-z like stardust falling to the earth occasions come & go just like a calendar in a bin & you might never know the taste of seaweed the feel of skin electric the dash of […]

The Cave of Her Brightest Endeavors

clockwise & test for music off how fuzzy is the candlelight in your regard beams constructed across the shaking down the street try formulating dreams under ever fallen early to static & we all shiver memory you shared turn electric shocks music on twist & shave in water a key unlocks signal unbound true wooden […]