Started on 21 Feb 201422 poems
Mid-Summer MoonSong -
pipistrelles dance a duet
to silver rhythms
Chop down all the trees,
cover the earth with concrete
till the Earth can't breathe.
Picture a diamond spinning against the dark,
flinging back the brilliance of a sun.
Move a little
He positions his sight
With suspicious malachite.
Fighting for her approval,
I could lie with you forever
wrapped in each other's arms
Nothing could ever touch us
I'd keep us
The world's worst comedown is waiting
for when you walk out of my life
I can hear myself
When I fall apart will you
pick up the pieces?
Will you be there if I try
to fall out of
The devil is a dick
And Jesus likes to party
But he's not a liberal
The good, the bad and the
My aching is slow. I worry for that. I worry for what I have done to push you away and though I
I MET the devil wearing a sundress -- this day in May
she winked at me in a most persuasive
HONESTY begged an answer
from me it asked impossibility
forgetting my place within time
Existence is a fractal
whose depth is defined
by the intelligence
of the bearer
The driver’s the biggest fucker
I’ve seen in all my life
- Michelin Man incarnate, lagged in
She’s waxed to the sheet in the flush of a burning moon.
Juggernauts shudder a flimsy bedroom
I SAW an older soul today -- by grace
a withered hand across the face
and lines that told
You hurt so bad. Though I cannot remember; be it your face or the way you used to speak to the
Picasso where do you draw the line!
etches across my mind
This morning I awoke to the reality of the hand I have been dealt
The purity of it's darkest form
Just another way to get myself out of this world
Sitting in bed as I await fate's call
Few ordinary cars pass this way;
but clumsy Humvees edge and squeeze their way
Chronos, the father of time,
he ate his sons.
With ravenous hunger
he devoured them all.
What old sage spoke
of life after death,
rebirth through sanctifying fire,
flight to the