Category Archives: Poetry

From Yours Truly to the Bottom of My Heart

From Yours Truly to the Bottom of My Heart Is it funny or is it sad that a once resonant lyric (like crawlinginmyskin, or inthememoryyoullfindme) warbled from experience compounded by fame and sold down the line to youth can be … Continue reading

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Spa-Peggy and Meatballs

Spa-Peggy and Meatballs (Mom Stuff) Sounds kind of like a Thursday thing, but lately noodles been limpin’ towards the weekend… Al dente smiles around the dinner table affirm the unsung religion of pasta in the West- its luxury is not … Continue reading

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Open Letter

An Open Letter to the Noisy Upstairs Housemate Forgive me if this all seems indirect; due to the mutual foreignness and respective meandering qualities of our native languages (by native I mean wherever it is you keep your heart, which … Continue reading

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Lethologica

lethologica Main Entry: lethologica Part of Speech: n Definition: the inability to remember a word or put your finger on the right word In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. … Continue reading

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Mastering the Art of the Downward Spiral

Mastering the Art of the Downward Spiral If only I could touch the disjointed thoughts that aren’t afraid to weave themselves into fairy tales then down the drain like spiderwebs introduced to a vacuum. Do they come through hardened, bright … Continue reading

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The Placement of a Sundial

I can feel you in the West; your heat allows these blades of grass to stand and reflect green. Out of season, tiny trees push through the mossy ground, where in your warmth even ashes sometimes appear to bloom. On … Continue reading

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