Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Going to give WordPress a shot and see if that works for me. If you want to read more of my horrendous brain-shits, then mosey on down to poetryfornobody.wordpress.com.

Monday, December 21, 2015

Silly Poem

I cradled you in tiny dreams,
and you, you followed me through dark
and ominous places; to what
I do not know. … So now I ask:

Did you?

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With apologies to the … focus of this poem. (Also something to satisfy the bots who pass by this flog [fail plus blog] on a semi-daily basis.)

RNT 5 (Again, It's Nine)

1. demolition
2. also
3. liberation
4. crunch
5. behavior
6. clock
7. bloat
8. extortion
9. distancing


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Trying something new here: theme, then poem. I intend to follow the logical (really, "logical") procession of the words in the list above; again, it'll be tercets.


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I govern down to demolition,
to the silent debris, [...] also
liberation [Freeing oneself from bodily bounds?]

crunch
behavior
clock [Quotidian life, man.]

bloat
extortion

distancing [Postmortem world is ambiguous?]

Thursday, December 17, 2015

RNT 4

1. panoramic
2. unruly
3. surprise
4. adaptable
5. permissible
6. calm
7. difficult
8. smash
9. crime


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The force of it: panoramic.
Beyond the object, then, unruly
figures point at something: a surprise

expands, while, still and adaptable,
it waits. Eyes find permissible
lines of sight, and blank horizons calm

like the palm of a hand. Difficult
to focus: once-dormant thresholds smash
the contour of their bodily crime.

Sunday, December 13, 2015

After 234 Page Views

Oh boy,
can't express
the excitement
that builds when
each view
hits.

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Super douchey "poem" aside, thanks. I will have to venture to actually write real poems in the future.

3:31 A.M. Freewrite

Break a fog
on your knee, and hear
the nonexistent sound
of gas on pain;

I don't know, but
I don't think I've been told
how to imagine anything else.

Another hour, perhaps three,
it'll be morning
and I'll be awake.


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Definitely means nothing. But you can still judge it harshly—in fact, please do!