Tag Archives: Failure

Sunset

We’re not dying, The sun is. Swallowed bit by bit, By our big wide Ocean of Apathy. We’re not dying, The fire is, Starved out by more Yearning for Fuel of Concern. We’re not dying, The fish did, Bulged eyes … Continue reading

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Naked Poems

NOTE: Originally posted Sept. 16, 2018. Revised. I’ve hated poems. Wound up and unfurled like fastballs, All that kinetic energy Exploding, But the object, missed Entirely, spatters Noiselessly upon The frail night hope. I’ve hated poems, The stupid way they … Continue reading

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Something like dying

  There are days when life is grand, Sold as fresh as morning fish Still scented with briny ocean dew, Eyes clear, flesh firm, glistening Pink hues held together by Indigo hued lines in unison. Days like these we hold … Continue reading

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Last light

I cried. Before me, you Cried first; sitting erect in That fabulous goddamn posture. Tears welled along your fragile Eye line in sparkly puddles, Quivering as I spoke slowly. But the questions full of Of bitter words got tangled, Like … Continue reading

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