Category Archives: Poetry

Leaving the Temple

Leaving the Temple wavering, teetering, coiled there might be nothing else or it could be endless peonies in the haze there is reckoning shadows and disbelief only sparkling black concrete between the temple and the end. This is my Trifextra … Continue reading

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Air Traffic Control

*This poem is my entry for Trifecta’s 34th challenge.  This week’s challenge was to use the third definition of the word fireworks.  I don’t like the way my poetry formats on wordpress so I made it into an image document.  (The original … Continue reading

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Exfoliation

You were always becoming traveling, pulsating, growing, stretching yourself while you searched for the eye of the storm. You were always choosing to love girls as if they were trees, tapering their branches. ~~~~~ Three point five years later and … Continue reading

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Blue Marlin

Oceans, growing in depth glittering with fish and words words long ago deleted words of pulsing sameness spoken before by other fish marlin still reeling from their taste of hook. ~~~~~~

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A Love Story in Technicolor

It’s as if we only see orange orange hairs, fires, tigers, orange tetherballs flying at our heads. It’s as if we only know the rules of the playground. The recess bell ringing, lining up girls and boys separate, avoiding the … Continue reading

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