Tag Archives: broken

I Sip Whiskey, Now

  I sip whiskey, now I still find it acrid, Kerosene down my throat I’ve found I like the burning. You’d recognize me, But it would take a minute or two. As days roll by, A constant state of metamorphosis … Continue reading

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Triage

  The doctor looks over my x-Ray Saying “This looks good, Except for the shin bone jabbing through Your flesh.” He can mend it, easily. But that fragmented bone Pushed so hard to be free, Perhaps I should let it … Continue reading

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Like Leaves, I Fall (Though I do not Decay)

  What is it, this time, Crawling up your spine, Using the backs of your Rib-cage as rungs? Every step, A sharper breath, Until it reaches your heart; Finally learning the color Of your blood. There are so many white … Continue reading

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Morning

  I see my hairs are split As I lay against The crevices of duvet skin. I tear them out, With my disquieted digits. Fingernails digging into my palm, A damp fist full of injustice And disturbed growth, My eyes … Continue reading

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I Do Not Remember

  I do not remember The inauguration of my decline, Inside me, it came gently; It softened, soothed, pacified. Roughly generous and hardly kind, Movements like sandpaper, Though appearing refined. I didn’t mind.

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Baptismal Font

We’re napping in a basement Seeping with sweat Sewage leaking through the cracks In the floor and our hearts. This foundation is a tribute To Old Faithful. Matched fingertips Charred from mediocre string strumming, From cracking into a piƱata That … Continue reading

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For Sky // Doctor Jesus

Long hair, Short-clipped beard Walking alone in suburban night lights While crickets and frogs belt out Enlightened, liberated free-jazz. By sunrise, philosophizing anarcho-mysticism By sunset, drunk on the corn-fields, With wolves, howling about fascism towards the moon Drumming reactionary funk … Continue reading

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Window; Pained

Take the nakedness of our course and spread it thinly over the cracker of wisdom. Devour yourself In a fit of rage- Wearing an ill-fitted Pair of shoes To race against Time and space In a bare-boned Attempt at. Reaching … Continue reading

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On River Road

Ancient relics on River Road Unsure of my intentions Yet, I am here. Taking, Losing, Feigning some control. Or, forgetting The relic of me, A broken piece Left down there Buried deep somewhere Off road. Abandoned during a visit, Not … Continue reading

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We Are Raw

We are raw Because cruel questions Don’t deserve kind answers. I’ll cuddle up next to my skeletons But leave them at home tomorrow night. They keep me warm But they make bad party guests. What should haunt us, But our … Continue reading

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