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Absolution Villanelle. "The disbelievers have been led astray / by Allah, who sends them all to Hell / He has no mercy; they cannot be saved." A private jihad
Poetry: General, T, English, Spiritual & Drama, words: 123, 1/27/2011
1 Love Texas Booths blare Americana through the ears/of sweaty, sandy-haired, Christian/families, the men the picture of wholesome/hunting - oh I can see their/rifles like Bibles shooting shards of Jesus into/the eyes of unsuspecting deer
Poetry: General, T, English, Romance & Spiritual, words: 295, 7/18/2010
Lacuna the temperature dropped three hundred degrees and the air was let out of the room, the sudden unknotting of a balloon, the bed, the room itself hurtling into the clear blue sky. I was something organic, a part of the ground, and I could not move.
Poetry: Love, K, English, Romance & Supernatural, words: 262, 7/8/2010
Two Planets The iTunes visualizer, Bat for Lashes, social psychology
Poetry: General, K, English, words: 132, 4/11/2010
Hawaiian Falls They want to go to Hawaiian Falls, chase the coquettish call of hurling themselves off a water slide thousands of times taller than they, give up all semblance of control over their own destiny. My heart plays tribal drumbeats.
Poetry: Life, K+, English, Spiritual & Drama, words: 466, updated: 12/29/2009 published: 12/19/2009
1 The Final Frontier I scaled the wall between mind and hand we call Inhibition...
Poetry: General, K, English, Poetry & Spiritual, words: 151, favs: 1, updated: 12/29/2009 published: 2/2/2007
Confidence then do my hands grip tighter,/do the innumerable swerving chemical pathways/in my brain leave just a little more room/for cheer?
Poetry: Life, K, English, words: 96, 12/28/2009
Distributive Justice Flash fiction. "'It was sorcery,' they half-plead, and grasp at my arm like zombies. 'Dokte, you must treat her' Then I don't know what to say."
Fiction: General, T, English, Drama, words: 455, 12/26/2009
1 Conservatism My family is very proud—/and with good reason: poverty, snakelike,/eats its own head; my dad escaped on Air Force wings.
Poetry: Family, K, English, Family & Drama, words: 180, 12/26/2009
Lucid Dreams When a programmer creates a video game that fluidly reacts to the thoughts of the player, he looks forward to using it to fulfill his own sexual fantasies. But he had not counted on the unpredictability of the human mind...
Fiction: Sci-Fi, M, English, Sci-Fi & Drama, words: 2k+, 12/19/2009
There are more important things I died studying biology today.
Poetry: Nature, K, English, Spiritual, words: 136, 12/19/2009
Dœmon I never really knew that I walked fast. And yet today I have inhaled the ethereal pheromones of the world...
Poetry: Life, K+, English, Spiritual, words: 113, 12/19/2009
freeteenchat I pumped my dick, the one-handed typist, hoping there was a girl on the other side.
Poetry: Love, T, English, Drama & Romance, words: 230, 12/19/2009
Eternal Sunshine Disappointment is oddly shaped.
Poetry: Love, K+, English, Romance & Drama, words: 172, 12/19/2009
Amphipathic Inside my kitchen sink a hidden battle is raging.
Poetry: Nature, K, English, words: 26, favs: 1, 12/19/2009
1 Escape from Anhedonia Fleeting cage of serotonin/Flares again and seeks to own me/Hormone highway full of beauty/Who gave you the right to rule me?
Poetry: Life, T, English, Angst & Romance, words: 116, 5/25/2009
1 scienceispoetry A Keats and a Newton, listening to each other, might hear the galaxies sing. -Rob Lightner
Poetry: Life, K, English, Spiritual, words: 120, 12/22/2008
Written While Listening to You Breathe » I seem to be able to write better while listening to my girlfriend asleep, breathing.
Poetry: Love, K, English, Romance & Friendship, chapters: 2, words: 268, favs: 2, updated: 8/19/2008 published: 8/13/2008
2The Greatest of These The unexpected love between a devout evangelistic Christian and an atheist, told in chapter and lyric form. -Genesis 1 up!-
Poetry: Religion, T, English, Romance & Spiritual, words: 293, favs: 1, 6/21/2008
1 Valarie On a night spent in each others' arms and the limitations of language.
Poetry: Love, K+, English, Romance, words: 293, 4/27/2008
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