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A House With No Door

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you cannot simply burn the past and expect it to stay burned forever

Lucky Strike

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...when they entered eager lungs hungry from deep and sweaty love

Untitled (disappear)

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You slid out of me, ectoplasm, and I let you.

Night of The Lepus

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I've decided I'm here to be absurd.


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A woman with fallen breasts is attempting to hang her laundry on a string. Two tall men mount horses and ride them into the meadow. A squad of children wrap themselves around a playground.

Arcana Magi Zero + Pure - c.15

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The Series Finale of 'Arcana Magi Zero' and 'Arcana Magi Pure'

Water, Not Fire

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I'll still want the blinds open and the lights on, to see the papier-mache of our flesh fighting death away to the century mark, even if you only want to live until a ripe eighty-two.

Once the Excrement Encounters the Oscillating Rotary Air Circulator

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The film canister—with Camembert's thumb in it—was positively gouging her thighs now. When would they give up for the day and leave?


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She came from a small town in Illinois where most of the residents were under house arrest, having misplaced their sliver of luck.

The Lizard King

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Jim Morrison moved ever so slightly in the cold of his grave

Before I Die

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Where did the time go?

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It feels like only a month ago I thought about calling you.Feels like a week ago started an email to send you and didn't.A few days ago that I nearly sent a text.It is almost a year since you killed yourself.Where did the time go?

The Birth of Intuition

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My wife’s got dangerously good Peripheral vision She can see things so far to the side That I’m almost certain she can see things behind her And I’m sure she can see things that happened yesterday But the thing that scares me the most She

Trailer for yet another Bogart flick... Rev2

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Last chance for gas between here and hell.


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The single halter that I have -- a candle, or a torch, though fulgent -- is no solvent to absence. I eat in silence; I take, finally, like some communion wafer, a thought on my tongue, and swallow the cusp of evening.

Homonyms Explicated

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right/rite: Your touch smooth as impulse/ Swaying my mind

Rocks in Equal Doses

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Not sure I remember what's important, but I remember you. That's the whole problem I think. You're a drain where all my words end up ending up. All of them get lost inside you. Eventually. And I'm left with nothing to say. Because all my words are gone…

Unmanned Scanner

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War ; a fragment

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Lela, my grandmother.

Quintet in a Minor Key Near the End of Time

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The one thing I believe in is collapse./ Abandoned buildings collapse. Civilizations// collapse. Financial bubbles collapse./ Stars and galaxies collapse. Falling// is something that comes quite naturally/ to puffed up things.

Squirm & Bruise: My Mom and Dad

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"You had to do something back then, so I joined the Coast Guard!" he said, as though anybody said both. "My mother got us evicted!" she said, neglecting that this means homeless and ruined.

Early Morning Intrusion

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The bus is a living thing. Its engine its heart, its body our shelter, its driver the hands that take us to our destination. We cling to the bars in the aisles where scents mix and bodies touch, where young couples with knotted fingers, eyes in eyes, tell us that life is…

Pension Plan

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Let's put a cork in this drain.

sonnet from another horizon, sunset

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the day’s sirens beckon, well to ignore they/while living through sequential events . . .

The Third Leading Cause

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I leave the 29 to go after the 1


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My mother always brightens when I walk into her room, then a sallow nature overtakes the short-lived smile. It’s as if she expects someone else, and disappointment sets in when she sees it’s only me.

Old men, old dogs

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old men with crispy sunburnt ears

Face to Face

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The face had become a chilling death mask.

Three : Sixteen

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We are a city of overworked workers.