Breaking Her News

By | October 24, 2017

I make headlines like bloodlines bloody eyes, bloody lies bloody demise I’m on my reprise; it should be no surprise when I rise to make a point that this joint has been worn out, has been blown out and sneezed away.   So sway to the rhythm of something new, and maybe you’ll get a… Read More »

From an Existentialist

By | October 24, 2017

The Rhetoric or Lying Lying. Being a liar. Telling a false truth. In hopes of gaining either an emotional or material benefit. Manipulation loves laying with liars. But it happens. We are humans with no set ethical way of life except for our interpretations and perceptions. As well as the help of our environments throughout… Read More »

Paper Chasers

By | October 19, 2017

One day, she thought: “you’ll be able to solve the theory.” Can one live a life without slaving away at one piece of paper or stacks of another? Let’s compare. Manager or CEO Barista Or be the one they call in for “the big guns” Ending up in customer service calculating a total; Or that… Read More »

Philosophies and Poetry

By | October 18, 2017

I’ve been accused of overdosing on confidence. Never. That girl used to sniff poison to her veins, Now the chemicals that concoct all her congrats and credentials Are thanks to her newest confidence confection I drive to the empty parking lot of my School S * A * N* C * T * U *A*R*Y… Read More »

Tattoo’d Meanings

By | October 17, 2017

Sinking Seeping Sweeping Where do all of these things come from? She is looking for a sign, to lead her in the right direction Haunted by the successions of her brother Of her dear old, Father. Mother swiftly lifting away But can still admire her little sunray Rinsing Relaxing Rising Regrowth holds immaculate power that… Read More »

Mama’s House

By | October 14, 2017

There was a boy who lived in a house Where the walls had holes that echoed opened wounds That secrets and cement have paved over This home raised a boy Who turned himself into a man But childhood is a parabolic shadow That molds and metamorphoses From boy to man But though he wrote chased… Read More »

Headphones and Hell Nos

By | October 13, 2017

I just want to go home Seems like everywhere I go People have the same languages Green smoke that turns eyes red They all go off to ski in the powder room Making love to Jack and Jamison I swear that door slammed when it closed. No, I don’t want another drink. I just Just… Read More »

Mothers

By | September 25, 2017

Mothers. They are the matriarch’s of the universe, and the name most kids wail when we are in need of a little extra love. The saying usually goes “she’s your mother, you only get one of them.” In my case, I have two. One who has been watching me on the horizon of every sunset… Read More »

The Dot Theory

By | August 28, 2017

“You never find enjoyment without having some sort of curiosity. The kind that pushes your limits lifts you out of your comfort zone and compromises all” — J. Katherine Curiosity is just another component that sparks humanity’s lust for life. The universe holds a soul similar to a large body of water. Some of the… Read More »