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No New Gods

The machinery of his heart, always at war with his mind- He, who wrestled life away from scraps; those husks of peace left in compost buckets. Off-brand savior, who nails sleep to a cross, Sacrificing restfulness for children who were … Continue reading

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To The Man At The Bar

From across the bar you grin Gin on my mouth, I smile, For a while we exhaust A lost idea of completeness; Less talking, please Seize the emptiness Of fading youth, Ruthlessly melting From our lips. Slip into something less … Continue reading

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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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The Dent Beneath His Eye

    The morning I noticed The little dent Beneath his eyes, I was sunk. Some remnant from childhood, A tree poorly climbed, A baseball bat swung, Not ducking quickly enough, Or a chicken pox wound He couldn’t help but … Continue reading

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The Women Named Death: An Essay

I’ve heard it said that all comedy is fear in the rearview mirror; which is a neat, if not pat, explanation, for why the world hasn’t felt very comedic lately. Let me introduce a corollary to this saying, for a … Continue reading

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Your Hipster Girlfriend- A Bad Haiku

I saw your girlfriend. The tiny girl in flannel, the art school drop out in her skinny jeans and fake, thick-rimmed black glasses. You picked a winner. Do you enjoy her vinyl collection of bands no one even knows? Does … Continue reading

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