1Comminuted comminuted: adjective, 1. being a fracture in which the bone is splintered or crushed into numerous pieces, 2. comminuted; divided into small parts, 3. powdered; pulverized. verb, 4. to pulverize; triturate [definitions from ]
Poetry: Life, K+, English, Tragedy & Drama, words: 388, 10/4/2006
1They drown in the middle It's a game where every one is possible prey, save you; you've pulled away. you're tired of being bitten and left for dead so now you watch and laugh instead as they fall into the same ditches you used to know.
Poetry: Life, K+, English, Drama, words: 533, 6/21/2006
3in the end 13 for slight swearing. on a disintegrating friendship. sometimes all you can do, when your pleads go unheard, is to look on and try to not say "I told you so" at the funeral, because you did, you did, but it was you who was pushed away.
Poetry: Friendship, T, English, Tragedy & Drama, words: 222, 3/12/2006
3down » everyone falls. In war, in bars, basements filled with smoke, in dirty bathroom stalls with strangers; everybody falls, you can't avoid it. But you'd think, seeing as it's so common, that someone would notice.
Poetry: Haiku, K, English, chapters: 5, words: 75, 3/4/2006
1The Storm found it loitering among my word files the other day. was written after a particularly messy fight with my mother.
Poetry: Family, K, English, Angst, words: 202, 3/4/2006
4lost without direction or movement, we stand still in wonder
Poetry: Haiku, K, English, Suspense, words: 14, 1/31/2006
1beyond their reach I have no words for this. It just spilled out of my head like a robot in FLCL. I think it has something to do with society eating away at my brain.
Poetry: Life, K, English, Drama, words: 303, 1/31/2006
3Yes, I am calling to you, human another poem designed to hopefully lead its readers to the realization that what we need is acceptance.
Poetry: Life, K+, English, words: 183, favs: 1, 1/31/2006
1Untitleable On suicide and a friend's failure to leap the hurdle of genetic tactlessness: I have not even the ability to title this, nor give it a proper summary just like you couldn't smile and your cousin couldn't live. for liz.
Poetry: Friendship, K, English, Angst & Tragedy, words: 383, 1/27/2006
The Hero and every year Oedipus is read and taught and put on parade and we revel in his sorrow and in his tragedy, because we knew it was coming and expected nothing less.
Poetry: School, K, English, Drama, words: 378, 1/22/2006
2Prophetic because your preconceived answers are prophetic, aren't they? I'll look to you to see myself, because, you know, I get such a thrill out of all you can come up with.
Poetry: Life, K, English, Humor, words: 58, 1/22/2006
4it's the chemicals you hand me the bottle and say, this helps, really and as I grab it from you all I want to do is scream, if this is how you think I should deal then why don't you just give me a goddamn frontal lobotomy?
Poetry: Life, T, English, Angst & Humor, words: 827, favs: 1, 1/10/2006
1Yes We try to gain an ally, perhaps reform a foe, but all we end up doing is loosing ourselves in the oil wells with AK-47's welded to our sides. I didn't think they'd receive us like this and I never though fire could reach so high.
Poetry: War, K, English, Drama, words: 268, 1/8/2006
2Without Turning Back whispering, you drive away into your world beyond
Poetry: Haiku, K, English, Drama, words: 19, 1/5/2006
4fallen if you turn back, I swear, you can have as many kicks out of me as you want.
Poetry: Love, K+, English, Angst, words: 589, favs: 2, 1/2/2006
2You don't understand » we'll always be different and we'll never get it. so don't say he deserved the death penalty, don't leave her behind because she can't smile. don't tell them they're wrong or how to feel, because, kid, you're just like us and we're all too blind to see.
Poetry: Life, K+, English, chapters: 2, words: 94, 1/2/2006
1Just Listen look, it's not much once they've taken it all but it's still better than death, so take care.
Poetry: Life, K, English, Angst & Spiritual, words: 222, 12/11/2005
4permission we can cope if we pretend it's nothing. [haiku]
Poetry: Life, K, English, words: 21, 12/4/2005
3go ahead, i'm waiting on racism and acceptance. a call for equality with the smallest bit of humor at the end to soften it.
Poetry: Life, K, English, Drama & Humor, words: 142, 12/4/2005
1the white holes that elude us and it's when you are bound to nothing that you can finally see. and it's staring back at yourself across space that you wonder if you should mourn for your lost blindness. your hands itching in their bandages, you let yourself be torn away.
Poetry: Life, K, English, Angst, words: 343, 12/3/2005