Monthly Archives: March 2016

Squirrels are like children

Squirrels are like children. They never walk anywhere. I’ve never seen one just out for a stroll. No, it’s bound, stop look around, dig in haste to bury your nut. It’s chase each other up and down and around and … Continue reading

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where do the seagulls

where do the seagulls go in this rain? i see a couple flying but the sandpaper sea’s a blank i’m in a room beneath covers i hear the rain pelt the window the drains play the tablas one of them … Continue reading

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i take a giant

i take a giant sip of coffee–you slide down my throat: liquid-you. the dogs outside sound frantic as i am will be and was for you last night i dreamed of a whale

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there’s a blue bell

there’s a blue bell that rings when we screw some never hear it some hear and forget some never recover blue bell like an ox blue bell like a goat blue bell like a flower blue bell of orchestral pull. me … Continue reading

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