Category Archives: Poetry

Sunday Poetry

This poem that I scribbled down, if only you could have seen those gallivanting synapses firing in brilliantly executed new directions – we’ll be right back in a moment –   “Tired of lugging around loose leafs and heavy bindings? … Continue reading

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Piping Up

What is happening, Is anything? Yes, but what is is almost too strange to put a finger on, as though wild sights could come not through just the sensible quintet of gateways but from too the inside of the fortress, … Continue reading

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Damned Dirty Ape

Copping a feel, a vile 2013ager who regretfully survived the apocalypse with a perennial All Years’ Resolution: Take, Dominate, Coerce, Humiliate. Even my distant autistic cousin with a history of violence will stop touching if you ask; he lacks that … Continue reading

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Neighborhoods

Written in late summer 2012. Not that great – treads familiar territory, lacks imaginative descriptions – but has a somewhat redeeming (if already understood) concept sometimes nice to regain awareness of. Stay out of the nasty neighborhoods, where crime is … Continue reading

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