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Hiding

i hide so much it starts at work when i talk about stories and art and only empty eyes respond because they’re not hiding anything except emptiness and my problem i think sometimes is that i am so not empty … Continue reading

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Trinkets From My Soul

I think that I will go to the place where I am the religion the golden calf melted and forged from trinkets baubles jewels sacrifices brought before me of the firstborn thoughts the fattened feelings that have glutted on shiny … Continue reading

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I Wrote a Sonnet

Crutchless And when the wars do finally desist, I might see myself alive in your eyes; ‘Twixt stones of blood and sly, coveting mist; Crutchless, you and I together will rise. In resurrection’s perfect power then, Do I lay all … Continue reading

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Peel It Off

A boy with a horrible name which he might have deserved had a l(ord)ion tell him that to get better it would hurt but he had to peel it off. Layer by layer. Peel off the scales of greed of … Continue reading

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Deeds of Green Thrilling Light

I had planned on posting ee cummings’ poem “I carry your heart”, but then my irritating friend Javen Tanner did. So I am posting “i have found what you are like” instead. On the day that I’m supposed to think … Continue reading

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