Monthly Archives: October 2015

With Both Our Terms Intact

The bay is a memory Whose time is always now Glowing greenish blue Before rocks and sand Slow in its inland intrusion Into small beach towns Where I fish the unknown Green line on a stick Taste familiar cotton candy … Continue reading

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There Is Always A Then

Thoughts are objects And they are bound within A fiction of our infinite pages. Leafs so thin, That we fit them Within forever With careful words. The parchment is made Of flesh and leaves. We press flowers within our covers … Continue reading

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The Real Idiom

A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush, should be A bird in the hand is worth two poops on your fingers, meaning You think you’re the shit, but actually you are a piece of shit.   … Continue reading

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American Enjambment

The red and white stripes Are lines of verse With enjambments sewn Together, needle and thread Metaphors balancing, teetering Between mistakes and hope, Anger and empathy. The blue field Sits square, upper left Tucked in the corner An indigo poetry … Continue reading

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