I love it when they sometimes laugh. It's infinitely superior to when they fall into silence The words dominating the silence deafening. Please clap, smile, or wink, But whatever you do, don't stop to think.
Conflict in real life is much harsher than words the churning pain, the fleeting agony, it's an all too familiar cacophony. - The fear that rises in swells is an ocean washing in waves of nauseous expectation. - Inept and Insecure I'm left to face these fears alone. - A deep breath may help to … Continue reading Fear is Real
To my sister, who is always giving me flack for the pictures I take of my food.
i'm pulling from the veins where blood runs thickest show me how to hold onto the reigns instead of watching them trail behind me find me alone in myself the pain your stain has left on my heart i need to be saved from the thoughts within the hate that lurks the love that … Continue reading stream of consciousness a.1
Have you ever spent an hour just looking at art? Feeling so small, you become a part, of something bigger, something better, something... just, something. --- Look at that curve, that intricate pebble-- ornate and standoffish it serves as a rebel. The rocks, the trees, the infinite leaves Tell their own twisted story. --- … Continue reading have you ever?
The overlap, transformation, or melding of two seemingly opposing words. The poem will take on the shape of a diamond and will begin with one-word lines.
A subconscious thought or dreamthat somehow snuck up on me.Without rhyme or reason,It lurks behind doorways, it hides behind lies.Everyone’s doing it, it’s the oldest latest fad.We all wish for it tocome.No, go, no, come...No.Go.---The inevitability of it I couldn’t foreseeWhen I graduated at the age of sixteen.Yet here I am, there I wasA dream, … Continue reading Adulting
Jarod entered the Starbucks in fatigues; his hair perfectly buzzed and his spirit not yet calloused. He put in an order for a peppermint mocha and after a few moments he walked to a booth in the very corner of the café where he knew Anthony would be sitting. Sure enough, a young man was … Continue reading No Tags
A giant box of Tyler's painting supplies was in the trunk and he just felt that today was going to be a good day. It was this carefree attitude that stimulated the 65 mile an hour curve. About the time blue lights flashed, Tyler realized too late that the speed limit was not whatever he wanted it to be.
When the sun decided to take a nap that day, Dark clouds winked at each other and came out to play. The ocean lost all of its control, As the tide started to dance to rock and roll. Let’s have some fun, the wind told the sea, Let’s shake up that salt and … Continue reading Living Place