Tag Archives: end of the world

Fatalphilia

  I see you in rewind, Film reels spinning backwards To a fatal first hello. I pray to my own saints, Patrons of lost causes, That you find peace Somewhere swimming through The iron fillings in your heart. My bones … Continue reading

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Before You Gave Up

The ocean groans A lover’s moan While I’m safe at home With the person I’ve grown into. There’s no wind, no cries No sin. This is how the end begins. You’re a worn-out cliche, I’m weary of another day; I … Continue reading

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Stuff

Everyone I’ve loved Is made of 65% water. I never learned to swim. So I sink. Slowly. I ran into a glass door today. I ran into people. Both hurt The same Exact Way. I read a study That people … Continue reading

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Cracker Jacks

Brahmic gods and prophets with ancient masks Draw maps for an unseen journey. We trace our lives on tissue paper, Marking ourselves with pencil smudges. We’ve read the constellations for their answers, While writing ourselves among them. I watched a … Continue reading

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