Journal

Crazy Summer

It's the summer of 1977 in San Diego, but instead of enjoying the sun ans surf, young Suzy Cambridge is struggling with the move from Maryland. But matters take a turn for the worse when her Sunday school teacher, one of the few friends she's made turns up dead...

Mind On Fire Pt.1

A was set alight, By the whirlwind which had swept up my life, Which had shattered my view, Which overturned my thoughts, Which tore myself to shreds...

I could explain..

Falsities of whispered words, ring like a burglar alarm set off down the street on a Sunday. Stolen bikes from forgotten garages where spiders rest...
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A poem about perception

If it were pure There'd be peace No guns and riots Or military police And if it were pure You'd hear little About deaths And cancers cure And if it...

Mind On Fire Pt.2

The days when my mind was ablaze May have passed, but my structures are still smouldering, Vulnerable to any oxygen-whisper of a memory That could re...
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Politicians

Politicians Politicians rising to the fight, a new election promise, a chance of success. It’s all about winning support, appealing to voters – but...
Cherry

Why is everything endless?

Strange worlds of repetition and bullshit. Oil and house paint on canvas and hung over a disused light switch. I live in a half made house. The...

Time lapse

The train rushes past. I feel the air beat my body as I stand just the wrong side of the yellow line and nearly get sucked in. We could go anywhere...

Appreciating Security

Last night I went with my brother to a ball game at Frontier Field. Our home team is the Rochester Red Wings. We are a triple A organization which...

D Day at Dunkin'

Yesterday was D-Day which Donut makers seized upon to declare a national Donut Day. Dunkin' Donuts amongst other donut makers declared that everybody...