Category Archives: Poetry

Ride

If you give pause to think of your mount to tally it’s flaws and make an account   do not be rash and think you might profit by trading for cash on a newer rice rocket.   You’ll only be … Continue reading

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Blastocyst

I am a little stem cell will anyone love me an embryonic stem cell they made my world petri.   Pierced and impregnated I refused this life then shocked, inebriated, divided I in strife.   Crippled and confused uncertain waters … Continue reading

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Brood

Old lady Wilson had seven cats, pampered and coddled, lazy and fat.   Old lady Wilson had fourteen cats, they needed her help so that was that.   Old lady Wilson had thirty cats now she needed help, where was … Continue reading

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Kids

What do kids know! What do kids know? The’ll lick a cold pipe. They’ll eat yellow snow.   What do kids like! What do kids like? Broken down playgrounds. Rusty old bikes.   Where do kids go! Where do kids … Continue reading

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Lefortovo Prison

Lefortovo prison has been the death of me because at Lefortovo prison they are as cruel as cruel can be. At Lefortovo prison I passed you in the hall but you couldn’t see me with your face pushed to the … Continue reading

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Humbug

Between the bakery and donut shoppe there is a darkened stair garbage flows ’round the blackened door beyond which is the Humbug’s lair.   The Humbug rises every day and crawls into the light where he vomits up his darkness … Continue reading

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Reservoir

On the shores of Lake Ontario I flew a plastic kite while standing on a landfilled beach beside a ripe sewerpipe.   Skipping stones across the murk jumping clods of scum I marvel at it’s rainbow sheen iridescent in the … Continue reading

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