"Taking himself seriously, so you don't have to."

A Frog Sees the Lightning

Posted by on Sep 9, 2015 in Literature, Poetry | 1 comment

That’s how sky mated with earth.
As the shifting shells in interlace
as god of sky and god of earth felt their spring,
when they met, when they now meet, how so?
See the lightning.
Watch the earth and sky
tremble in rapturous ecstasy.

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Escape from the Land of Dreams, or, Lighting Fire in a New World – In Five Parts

Posted by on Aug 14, 2014 in Literature, Poetry | 0 comments

We’re cornered into a “percentage-likely”.

But the system’s mechanisms operate with certainty.

The machine is restricted logically, but there is no limit to human potentiality.

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Hammurabi’s Blitz

Posted by on May 18, 2014 in Literature, Poetry | 0 comments

Set in stone, a masterpiece, Hammurabi’s
code’s in infancy

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Sandy is Randy

Posted by on May 18, 2014 in Literature, Poetry | 1 comment

Story for the lot: dispensed head bred
red letter to fetter, better fancy
handy and randy, Sandy…

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“Sleep Tight”

Posted by on Apr 7, 2014 in Literature, Scripts | 1 comment

A creeping, melodramatic, psychological horror about a woman, in angst and heartbreak, stepping into a new world of unanswerable, devious phenomena.

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An American In Anarchia: Part I

Posted by on Feb 19, 2013 in Literature | 0 comments

Introductions were in order: where I was from, where he was from, common ground, differences between America and Italy. He was mid-30s, average height, strong build, a four-day fuzz covered his cheeks, jet-black hair slicked with an oily substance, cut like a young Elvis.

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Vulcanized Rubber Soles

Posted by on Feb 19, 2013 in Literature | 1 comment

A day, alike others in so many ways, finally came when the clowns had run out of days to give me. When the scale had become so unbalanced as to topple, spilling its contents all at once.

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A Response to a “Lack of Color”

Posted by on Feb 5, 2013 in Literature, Poetry | 1 comment

Skies of blue: refraction of light omits a spectrum Earth cannot see, its residents vicariously.

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Pitstop on the Way to the Grand Canyon

Posted by on Feb 5, 2013 in Literature, Poetry | 1 comment

While Maggie was busy protecting the family, and Everly was invested in another egotistical fantasy, and Henry pondered the devilish characters’ persuasive ingenuity, Little Suzy could feel pressure building steadily.

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Atlas Drugged

Posted by on Feb 5, 2013 in Literature, Poetry | 1 comment

Chalk it up to humanity, no animal tortures so subtly.

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