Monthly Archives: October 2016

My Friends

My friend The dirt soft and smelly by the road A stream gurgles slurpily nearby And the leaves moistly decay The dirt always welcomes my hand I dig deep in his heart and place my most shameless secrets He won’t … Continue reading

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A Poem about Nothing

Place holders landowners laid back in style Easy chairs Dead body cares lifted ceremoniously through the stale white air books open hearts swollen fingers pressed against the old yellow stains fists clenching mouths shut tight leave me alone I wish … Continue reading

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Uncle in an Urn

He died they cried many have left them wondering which part of themselves was held most closely to the heart The robin egg blue urn embossed with golden curlicues was a novel thought cradled in her palm Her nails pressed … Continue reading

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With that Little Voice

With that Little Voice inside I can keep the Big Bad World away that Little Voice inside keeps me warm and snug in bed With that Little Voice inside huge mountains of worries crumble and fall tumble and spill into … Continue reading

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The Man in the Golden Cadillac

He drifted down the freeway like something that had left the pages of a bad novel back in the smelly hotel room where he threw his last razor away He floated atop the pavement in his gold brick swaying this … Continue reading

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Characters

So straight he sat upon his bike His white hair blowing like the loving arms that broke his heart years ago His legs turn the cogs of his life his decisions stuck in the gears like teethmarks in wax He … Continue reading

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