We live our lives just like this: Like the way we sleep on the floor altogether and it seems like we’ve done this forever, Like the way we clean every week and we don’t get to relax even if we are tired if we don’t clean every week, Like the way we use the toilet […]Read More Our lives
Grow, grow from seed. Two—one part from me –one part from you. Grow, uterus, grow. In a water balloon of life, Hide her in there, Let her play and sleep, Even just a little while longer. Grow, uterus, grown. Anchor those steaks of round ligaments, Swell out a tent of muscle, Push my […]Read More Grow
His human respiration ceased. Agonal breaths remained. A waterless fish lying on the tile floor. A blooming tulip pulled out of its pot home. His hair human-like –silver strands –gold strands –long strands combed and parted to the side. Vermillion border of his lips dissipating. Tubes and wires and beeps and hisses and clugs and […]Read More I See You
You are my Vagus Nerve. My wanderer, my love. You have my lungs, my gut, my heart. You make my voice crack and creek, My ears tickle so deep, My heart pace my beat. Go dive my jugular foramen, Make me sweat in my sleep. Run along side my blood sheathed carotid, Nesting so close, […]Read More My Vagus, My Love
If there was a chalk storm, How many would survive? If a chalk shortage arrived, What would teachers teach on? If chalk was collected from an eraser, How many pieces of chalk could be made? If I had a long new piece of chalk, I would break it in two, Share it with […]Read More Where does chalk come from?