Ghosts of Olympia Brown

Licking lips she tightened her gripthe wind licked her backa villianous kissmockingly stripping heat & homemade dewin the sharp wind of some cold she knewUnder hand-hewn beams,nothing there was quite as it seemed:tip-toeing thru metallic fields of candlesticks,Buddhas, bouquets, and glittered shapes with wicks; the churchy decor was boxed but a few were eruptinglined up … Continue reading Ghosts of Olympia Brown

Old Lovers

Old lovers; dying to see each otherLovers; dying to see each otherDying to see each otherDying to seeDying;[leaving that corner...misshapened, chilled, hollow]And all I could muster wasIt was a good dreamIt was good to dreamIt was good to dream with youIt was good with youIt was goodIt wasn't good dying It wasn't good dying with … Continue reading Old Lovers

Silent Injustices

What a terrible series of battering must have happened to make a monster like that; disregarding pain in pleasure, chewing relentlessly on another's confidence and accomplishments... To this dim light dying in the dark, this love; this uncomplicated fuel, is for you. I see you in there. In corners and cracks, under shoes and without … Continue reading Silent Injustices


Resolved -D- -U- -N- Done! thats that c'est fini just like that obstinee arrete c'est ca au revoir Qu'elle que chose qu'est- ce que si fait je ne sais pas 11/13/18


Pulled from the center with your banter,what buttons you naturally bump into seemingly trying to get through to get a response; to test some reign; I tell you that it\'s all in vainI\'ll have no moreas you\'ll have no more to gainbut something insanean inward gaze after outward tantrum.I love you is a backward echo, … Continue reading Again


Sleeping in that bed I madeI realized that I was more afraidOf what I couldn\'t doOf what i didn\'t doThe walls made obviousI had been delirious This thing we had so seriousWalked into and clawed atBody to doorThe reality one abhorsThat I had no placeNo saving grace No right nor right invitationTo embrace what stood Where once you … Continue reading Judgement

Bowing Out

The inevitable conclusionWith the infusionOf recent disappointmentsHave not made anything but dentsIn this that is already beaten and tornOur Everything is just so freakin\' wornOut and burned outAs the torch you once carriedNow out because it was hurriedAlong before I was thought ofReplaced and out-facedBy the book that keeps Your everything burning,This that was once An imbedded … Continue reading Bowing Out


Fractured is the best way to describe the functioning (?)the tick in her expression, the clink in the engineall because of the fracture chipped and cleavedseparated but alivelike the worm dividedwiggles awkward tho (some how)successfully on...Despite its endless longingfor wholenessin spite of what cannot be undoneSuch a small divide at firstsome called it hairlinehere then theresoon obvious to … Continue reading Fraction

The Last First Time Ever

Across tableAcross coffee, lot, hood, I remember the moment and Where we stoodMy historical markerActivated in automatic ReplayI respond in taken breathWhat shit!That nature provides such late blooming brainsCan no one hear warnings before 25?  I thought I would never forgetWhat good is the memory?That study told it was just like a sip of the oldThat beholden and … Continue reading The Last First Time Ever


It was supposedTo be worth itIf we would have created A lifeTogetherWorth bending rulesBecause What we had before wasClearly Not what we wantedAnymoreNow there is NothingThough we stackedAll the glasses lovinglyNeatlyCompletely readyFor yearsUntil dust settled One last timeAnd after drinkingFrom themA libation to What could have beenI waited someThen walked awayFrom the skeletal thingsDe-fleshed and hollowAnd in the mirrored viewA foolWho … Continue reading Supposedly