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War Story How can I describe the loveliness of her eyes or the upturn of his mouth.
Poetry: Love, K+, English, words: 165, 5/13
Bad Snow Missing me enough to tell me about how bad the snow was.
Poetry: Love, K+, English, words: 49, 5/13
Flight Back The beer bitter, at the pub, you rolled it over to me told me to taste.
Poetry: Life, K+, English, words: 65, 5/13
Hemingway trims his beard He once stood in a hair salon in Paris, once let an oriental women shampoo is large skull in a basin of tepid water.
Poetry: General, K+, English, words: 148, 5/13
Catholic confessions over tarot card readings The tarot cards tell me that predestination is similar to the poem.
Poetry: Life, K+, English, words: 141, 5/13
Darrow When we were younger, we protested the Iraq war downtown, stood on street corners with homemade signs and the dogs on leashes at our feet.
Poetry: Family, K+, English, words: 186, 5/13
Blues for the better And he is speaking Spanish and my heart was breaking and the baby was given a Zapotec name.
Poetry: Family, K+, English, words: 194, 5/7
Ask me what I'm thinking Tell me about Eugene and Portland, tell me about the time you lived in Alaska.
Poetry: Life, K+, English, words: 124, 5/7
Anglican The ministers cat was dead and my mother was dreaming of Virginia
Poetry: Love, K+, English, words: 187, 5/7
The slow drive back to Tukwila with Mike Writing to you as though you still sit in the driver's seat of the SUV with the crack in the window.
Poetry: Love, K+, English, words: 139, 4/29
Ski Lift Listen to you tell me how you masturbated in the shower.
Poetry: Love, K+, English, words: 98, 4/29
1 I read William Faulkner because of you Perhaps grappling over the cloven foot, wilted roses, the decay of sweet Emily on the second floor with the corpse lying in bed with the engraved toiletries, was, as they say a bit odd.
Poetry: Life, K+, English, words: 188, 4/29
Aix My water signs, mystique, a thrumming just past ten o'clock; a thumb pressed into my skin.
Poetry: Friendship, K+, English, words: 232, 4/29
Armistice Finger bones bent backwards, trigger index, the fractures like the curving of a cat's tail.
Poetry: Fantasy, K+, English, words: 196, 4/29
McCall, Idaho And you and your wife don't hold hands anymore.
Poetry: Life, K+, English, words: 223, 4/22
Layover in Boise Told you once that I've been to Boise, when my uncle died, and we buried him underneath the soft amber-light of the catholic cathedral in the city.
Poetry: Love, K+, English, words: 178, 4/22
Grave Robber But truly, the dead are the best company.
Poetry: Family, K+, English, words: 198, 4/22
Lazarus was a Taurus Comparatively speaking, miseries are the embolden way to attract happiness, like facing a dark mirror.
Poetry: Religion, K+, English, words: 147, 4/22
Canopus If I were to ask you about the darkness what would you tell me?
Poetry: Life, K+, English, words: 89, 4/22
The ocean as metaphor for fatherlover Fresh from my dreaming era, lulled to sleep by the squelches of the gulls on the roof.
Poetry: Love, T, English, words: 200, favs: 1, 4/8
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