Daily Archives: July 7, 2013

A long-winded collection of short poems

Nothing in life truly rhymes outside of the mind, our heart beats are just onomatopoeias. We live in a hypersensitive age, songs & stories shared every single second, though balance exists, deep space still muted. Spread joy thick like strawberry … Continue reading

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Closer

Keep your words close but silence closer.

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Eating electric lettuce

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
My eyes roll down beside my feet like two golfballs brushing against neon greens, electric chlorophyll static shocking cones of my retinas, stunned silly seeing Spots run, I bend over, fingers shoveling salad foodstuffs…

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Light & darkness

Light is easy to share, it frees itself with nary a care, darkness is heavy and preoccupied, it lifts not one finger.

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Tree rings

Tree rings following repeated ellipses, circumscribed within its shell, a smaller solar system.

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After the paint dries

My mind paints me  into a corner of consciousness, this tongue rolls out wet wallpaper words sticking to dry moments.

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Already broken

How many feelings  are forgotten  every time you single out an emotion? How do you morn unborn poems? The pen is already broken.

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