A Little At First

It stung a little at first; a petal of pain amongst (endless?)blooming of love and comfort which allowed immediate forgivenesswhen we beganNow I see it was these cracks that in our foundation eroded our everythingdoomed from the start of that first forgivenessHow did I get here from there I wondered from cuddled and loved to some hazed and … Continue reading A Little At First


There is no longer devotion to this emotionI\'m ready to drop itAnd tell you to stop it.You and your cadillacyou hemophiliacrunning on emptywhat now, what nowis there some corrective action? Or have you found satisfaction?Someone had to lose?Is it that one- with the bruise?Will they be making the headline news?You\'re cut and angrybut only on camera.Shall I need … Continue reading Perforated

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

Like No Other

There is no otherTo talk with or toAnd my simple uneducatedMind cannot possibly have something of worth to hearBut doPlay with crayons and pastaIts the best gilded things of glitter and stringsAnd at least you\'ll get an \'aw\'Or what the heckOr whateverIts just a decade or a decade and a half or soPerhaps you need … Continue reading Like No Other

Blessings To All, However You Grieve

To the quieter onesWhose sobbing is withinBehind things and what has beenMay you find comfort in chosen sanctuary, As the absence of your lightsgives notice andCasts the longest shadowsIn these our living rooms...Blessings to all, however you grieve.To the humorous and awkwardWhose grieving pulls at their centerAnd sometimes knocks another off their own...May you share your … Continue reading Blessings To All, However You Grieve