Monthly Archives: July 2013

CERTAIN INVISIBILITIES

CERTAIN INVISIBILITIES Can’t I decide in a solitary tone I relentlessly leave myself dormant at home Wanting to cocoon these terraced memories Aimlessly lost in certain invisibilities Stirring to sway off this pivotal sensation A controlling and painful rationalization Ones … Continue reading

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Word of the Every Other Day

yawp \yawp, yahp\ verb: 1. to utter a loud, harsh cry; to yelp, squawk, or bawl. 2. Slang. to talk noisily and foolishly or complainingly. noun: 1. a harsh cry. 2. Slang. a. raucous or querulous speech. b. a noisy, … Continue reading

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Predertmined Breaths

PREDETERMINED BREATHS Unyielding on breaking through Parting with myself Personal dogmas—things I do Dusty thoughts setting on their shelf Continuous conversations from within Interminable rationalizations The sun may rise—the day begin Running from an infinite hoard of paralyzing situations Inhospitable … Continue reading

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Hour After Hour

HOUR AFTER HOUR     Lonesome barflies and ragged Romeos Dwellers steeped in nostalgia Shame from my mind ever flows No Jesus—no Mohammed—no euthanasia Giving up is come and go Street lights—indication of the way I put this smile on … Continue reading

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Word of the Every Other Day

blighter \BLAHY-ter\ noun British Slang.:  1. a chap; bloke.  noun: 1. a contemptible, worthless person, especially a man; scoundrel or rascal. The blighter had shoulders fully as broad as the girl was high, and legs like a dragon. — E.E. … Continue reading

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An Emaciated Machine

AN EMACIATED MACHINE What shall I say While you’re not around Whom should I call to When incapable to make a sound I was given the keys But not shown the doors Travelling with only mysteries Tolerating peace—eluding wars My … Continue reading

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I’ll Just Wander My Own Road

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