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1Gene Gene is the blind homeless man in City Hall Park who asks for your nickels and dimes while really expecting a single. At five 'o clock, he packs away his cardboard sign and folds up his walking stick before changing into his sunglasses and adorning his iPod. Sometimes he stops to grab a coffee before he returns home.
Fiction: General, K, English, Humor, words: 818, follows: 1, 6/10/2012
Flyleaf for Zooey Glass What I meant to say is that we're not smart, anymore. Not intelligentsia. Not eidetic. Not prodigies, but prodigal, maybe.
Poetry: General, K, English, Poetry, words: 344, 6/5/2012
2 Anonymous Observations If you want the truth, I live with drug dealers. But they're good people, really.
Fiction: General, T, English, Humor, words: 3k+, follows: 1, 6/5/2012
Politics & Sex Today, the words of my prose peered past their parasol and plump painted lashes and said to me...
Poetry: Politics, K+, English, Poetry, words: 590, 5/12/2012
Ginsberg, Censored "I saw the best minds of my generation destroyed by ."
Poetry: General, K, English, Poetry, words: 247, 3/25/2012
Read the Label "Captions. Food labels. Dioramas. Encyclopedia entries from 1988. The Bible - for a quick flashing decade before all the shine rubbed off of its tight binding. Did I mention food labels? Many of those. Few postcards, since I don't know many travelers..."
Fiction: Essay, K+, English, Family, words: 2k+, 3/25/2012
Swallow the Goldfish "...Regardless, we were staring at a couple's tongues while you told me that your dad once swallowed a goldfish in college." / 'Wait, what'"
Fiction: General, K+, English, Humor, words: 3k+, 3/25/2012
Mutiny "I am a very loud person in a mute person's body..."
Poetry: Life, K, English, Poetry, words: 173, 3/25/2012
For Services Rendered "Hit me, he says. I don't believe in fear... Kiss me, he says. A mouth can make things...Leave me, he says, before this body catches up with its rendered services, and I'm gone."
Poetry: General, T, English, Poetry, words: 327, 12/22/2011
Should you find yourself in forced conversation Should you find yourself in forced conversation with an angel, it's best to put it to sleep
Poetry: Religion, K, English, Poetry & Fantasy, words: 148, 12/11/2011
God Particle "because I never talk about it / because I only call on Sundays / because I believe in the god particle that conducts the masses of lesser particles out of sheer law and pre-eminence..."
Poetry: General, K, English, words: 388, favs: 1, 12/11/2011
a house after mutiny A series of poems from formal courses, workshops, brain melts, and daily commutes after moving to New York City in 2008.
Poetry: General, K+, English, Poetry, words: 3k+, 12/9/2011
1 Ugly, Luminescent, Painful, Euphoric short
Poetry: General, K, English, Hurt/Comfort, words: 99, 8/20/2009
His Father's Grave The rough length of the spade scraped Jon's hands as he increased his force, driving the spade deeper into the hard, compact ground and then swinging it over his shoulder. Night sounds surrounded his work as the hours went by. Six feet came and went.
Fiction: General, K, English, Mystery, words: 653, 6/27/2009
the science of beauty Looking up toward the sea in the sky, in the white blue haze of a dream, everything drifts. For a long while I stare up into its great white eye and just think about it, thinking it into inconsequence.
Poetry: Life, K, English, Spiritual, words: 285, 6/27/2009
Closure Atmospheric pressures always change in a graveyard when someone dies.
Fiction: General, K, English, Drama, words: 877, follows: 1, 6/27/2009
WatchDog Something to his right, Eddie thinks at first, then it must be the trash bags lining the abandoned liquor store beside Marcus' apartment house. But, no. It's a dog, actually. A dead dog, lying on top of the trash bags."
Fiction: General, K, English, Drama, words: 3k+, 6/27/2009
Stand Up, Remain Upright You pathetic son of a bitch, get out of the bed. Remove the sheets, stand up, remain upright. There you go: one step closer to tapping into the human part of your primordial brain. As guilty and needful as you are, you are a Man.
Fiction: General, K+, English, Family, words: 1k+, 6/27/2009
1 What Does Catatonic Mean? The Median City educators of Median, Illinois are trying to devise the course curriculum for the upcoming year. The Question: should English students be challenged with one book per year or two? Oh, the challenges of Regents Level education. Satire piece
Fiction: Humor, K, English, Humor, words: 696, 10/1/2007
1 Ever a short abstract piece again...about people who are so dumb that they always want to think they're in pain
Poetry: General, K, English, Poetry, words: 28, 8/28/2007
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