Monthly Archives: August 2021

Dust Mote in My Eye

Swimming with pink angel shrimp drenched in a piranha moat shaded by willows that sway and flash their wispy breath like fins all I know is that when I was frail and frowning drowned in foamy waters dog paddled spirals … Continue reading

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A Complicated Feast

I ate dinner at midnight My midnight lover ate dinner with me. I threw a kiss at him across the table His kiss flew across the table, dinner now bones and gristle. I ate the kiss. My lover bled midnight … Continue reading

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I’ll Give You What For

howls my mother frown and furrow spiked finger points a painted claw something to cry about she mutters stutter and howl, crybaby boy crazy lazy good thing you are smart since you uglier than a miser’s heart she smirks hands … Continue reading

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Going to the Store

looked in the cupboard and nothing there but a few mangy cans of maybe peas, nobody eats canned peas, so I put on my walking boots headed to the super Doppler effect market, moving faster than the speed of sound, … Continue reading

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Summer Camp

Who is that girl with butchered hair? She falls off the bulletin board like a stick figure, used to be magic but now is forlorn. Hunger is my middle name. Look at me on the playing field. The ball is … Continue reading

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