Poem

034

There is a cliche that would be easy to say: Reading is an adventure. But it’s so much more than… Read more »

Blurb

Spring

I dress like it’s Spring every day. I dress in the anticipation of the flowers blooming and the sun staying… Read more »

Poem

033

Below the universe, there is so much more to see.   But, alas, she lies on her back, her arms… Read more »

Poem

032

You remind me of yourself at my age. A bouquet, a ring, all in your fate.

Blurb

Unfocus

No matter how much glass is in front of my face, it’s all still so unfocused. I’m an unframed, unglassed pair… Read more »

Poem

031

I see life in book endings. from sand beach weddings to dragon defeats, where not even fire can heat an… Read more »

Short Story

Reach

I don’t usually question things. Usually. Because usually, I’m sitting at home. Alone. With my dishwasher screaming in one room… Read more »

Poem

030

I don’t want you per se. Because each and every day you come back and talk about her. No, no, I… Read more »

Blurb

Strange World

It’s a strange world when darkness is merely the absence of light. With all this technology, the strangeness will not… Read more »

Poem

029

If you could hold a color say aquamarine, how heavy would it be? And for how much could you buy… Read more »

Poem

028

I left you outside Paris, just outside of pari dise, just outside of the grasp on the clasp of the… Read more »

Poem

027

I  change my name every time I go to Starbucks, the letters constantly shifting in my head, my mind twists… Read more »

Poem

026

Because it’s no soap, radio a playbill for a music show with top hat and a plaid bow on Broadway two years ago. There’re… Read more »

Poem

025

But that’s the whole point of the game: to lose yourself, to choose yourself, to put your own self up… Read more »

Poem

024

It doesn’t feel like Friday, my day: it feels more like lie day, cry day, can’t stop, won’t stop, but… Read more »

Short Story

Objection

“Objection,” Council whispered. “I beg your pardon?” “Objection,” he said louder, his chair sliding out from under him as he… Read more »