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Candice’s thighs were like pillars to the gods They were so strong and so sure Like every bounce she had ever taken in her life Had built those hips, those thighs Every time I looked at her I saw the … Continue reading
A friend of mine, a poetess and professor of the arts shared a link to a website with 66 Experiments for writers. As I perused the list, one of them inspired me to give it a try. The instructions were: … Continue reading
I got published on The Elephant Journal blog. Check it out here! Thanks.
He smokes standing next to trash cans Behind his apartment Outside of bars In friends’ back yards He laughs a wild laughter Like the child of a gypsy king And his eyes come sparkling after He drives on empty highways … Continue reading
I am the one who has no name, who has no form. I am the one you can not see even with your eyes. I am the one who laughs at your death. There is laughter at your death, there … Continue reading
Satan convinced me to eat an apple once And it was good But I didn’t know how much ache it would cause I didn’t know about the pain Of blood Of longing Of bearing the burdens of life and love … Continue reading