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Disrobed

  This morning, I read my coffee, Drank the paper. Dawns are better messy, And nights are better off confused. I want to Keep things that way. People stronger than me Have needed a chiropractor, To readjust their back After … Continue reading

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Paper Dolls

I shot a man last night. It was easier than you’d think, To play God. Though cowardice taints Those pathetic, pulsing veins Revolver pointed at- As a child I had pretty paper dolls That ripped so easily As I tried … Continue reading

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A Very Boring Love Story

We are delightfully dull Like watching Cheers all day in hospice Probably deadly, Certainly not dangerous. Written for the writers. I have been drinking from The same cold cup of coffee It tastes just like yours Exactly. It was shitty … Continue reading

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The Son of J. Alfred

How soon convicted, How soon, Though he is so rarely right. Mirrored faces relay little The contours of his smile Reflect back, brittle. No thing But time No room For good. Time on his hands, His hands on himself, Losing … Continue reading

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Uninsured

The money I could have saved by switching to Geico is being spent on mediocre lattes and impulse thrift store purchases. I switched to State Farm I needed a neighbor, someone to be there. I have a high insurance premium. … Continue reading

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I Literally Can’t Even

A coffee shop burrito tends to my stomach’s growls As I sip from my rapidly cooling mug And attempt to write clever things. A fly sits on the wall, Rubbing its hands together hungrily at my Turkey bacon and cheddar … Continue reading

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