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Lessons Learned In Sweaters

Bill Cosby once told me, “I don’t know the key to success, but I know the key to failure is trying to please everyone.”

I try to think about this every time I tell you to go fuck yourself. 196 more words

Poems

Outside the Nowheresville Church #2

Outside the Nowheresville Church, moments after the streetlamps kicked on, an eerie quiet fills the air, soft but as thick and heavy as liquified concrete. A cricket chimes in on the state of things and a birds barks “ 22 more words

Poetry

The Discreet Office Break

Edifices towering and reaching up the sky,
With the clouds ghosting round their tops.
Below lies the city clamor
Muted by the glass wall from which I watch. 77 more words

Prose & Poetry

Day of Birth / Night Crawlers

Each line of this terse, tense prose poem is melancholy and evocative, driving the reader toward a chillingly unexpected denouement.

Writing

Humanity

I hope that humanity restores it’s faith
I hope where there is sadness and tears lights may shine upon their fate
I hope that in some months all these nightmares will seems very far… 107 more words

Love

Outside the Nowheresville Church #1

Outside the Nowheresville Church, moments after this week’s slew of confessions, the eager whores line up with their business cards ready in hand to network their craft and their art to those freshly cleansed souls. 60 more words

Poetry

Not Right Now

What is grace then

if not a word with an agreed

definition. Thus she posed

to me as I sat there bemused

by her critique of my piece in praise… 114 more words

Writing