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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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Grave-Side

  You, Parasitic lesser beast, Gladly feasting Upon my white, pulsating shoulder A mosquito more daring Sinking into a familiar vein Bleeding out, not bleeding alone. We are ruins of an ancient place, Where history fades, softy rewritten Amended to … Continue reading

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The Piano: A Very Short Story

  “That’s a beautiful piano.” “Thanks. Yeah, it doesn’t play, but it really looks nice in that corner. “It doesn’t play? Why do you have it then?” “Oh, just as a conversation piece.” “You mean this conversation?” “Yeah, this one.”

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This Is Organic Lettuce; A Short Dialogue

This is organic lettuce. It looks like lettuce. Well, you have to compare it to non-organic lettuce. It still looks like lettuce. No, see. We invented these chemicals… Which chemicals? We found new, better ways to grow lettuce. Okay. But, … Continue reading

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The Man with a Hotdog Cart – A Short Story

The streets of the city were loud with calls for taxis, cars honking at one another, and the general and expected business of a city’s mid-morning. As the sun lazily took it’s place in the sky, and the haze of … Continue reading

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