Tag Archives: Memory

Nothing Tastes Like

  One wrong look And you coil A one-off word Rattle… rattle…  Impregnating a moment  In a comatose afternoon Lunge Bite Venom that tastes like nothing  And nothing tastes like forgetting

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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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Sticking

  I used to thread needles through the clouds Piecing together the sky with airplane thoughts I’d pray, murmured amens, heavy enough to sink ships My hands gathered rust while I worshipped Beneath a pulpit’s iron, steady stare. Words hanging … Continue reading

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Maidenhead

Experimentally drowning Chronologically born Wrathful, bitter, and confused We know what is best, Ignoring it, We take what cannot be replaced. Miscarriage of ecumenical Justice, I am not sorry that it wasn’t me To shape you. But you can shape … Continue reading

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If You Can

If you can, Crave with me the murmured voices, The hidden melancholic melodies in my Wandering mind Roaming to the better parts of past times Better left behind in the fading lines Of ink-smeared paper and Singed fingertips. If you … Continue reading

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