Monthly Archives: January 2022

Disparate Views on Love

got a cat on one shoulder — crow on the other whispering all acaw — cat says one thing crow says opposite —– cat says duck it crow says pluck it ——- cat says burn it crow says don’t you … Continue reading

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Stonehenge Rural

My crows arrange theirselfs in a priest circle with little discussion, maybe some bickering curious & admirable — hundreds of glossy flutters worshipping & waiting patient for the apocalypse so when I forage out in the morning I wave & dance a lively hum melodious & … Continue reading

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In the Madhouse

she’s streaked with gentian violet bathed in alcohol & whispered injuries nothing a little iodine & exercise can’t cure & syphillis & the clap, crazy ain’t it this sanatorium looks like a prison this prison looks like a morgue crenellated … Continue reading

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Cold Season

bleakity creakity pounce my feet don’t have no bounce fidgety frigidy blues my feet are black & bruise chilliby hilliby crows my feet fletch icy rows guppity glossamer freeze my feet curl black & seize uppity gossamer flounce my feet … Continue reading

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Afternoon Idyll

Flushed on whiskey sour pies Me and Izzy swat fat flies The room is hot but we don’t care Izzy pants and I strip bare Izzy crows you got some fat I say mind yer bizness Cat You not so … Continue reading

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Vacation

I will be separated from my husband for a month — a lifetime o’clock as time away from him passes — all 28 days of February. We will not be together on Presidents’ Day or Valentine’s or four separate Saturdays. … Continue reading

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