Category Archives: poetry

the herd mentality

politicians herd you like cattle with their almighty p.c. prattle as if it’s an answer to the mystery of your fucked up take on history you desecrate everything in sight because it’s your self-serving right in your agenda to rewrite the past via stones you so righteously cast we’re doomed to repeat the wrongs if we …

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same difference

the hate that you ate became a race debate hell naw, it’s too late to re-rethink our fate you helped to create as you took the bait refusing to resuscitate any kind of loving trait on a color-blind date you choose to berate why not erase the slate let that huge chip abate while hostilities …

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dead ends

you keep telling me i have to sell myself like some used up hooker on a street corner flashing too much flesh to attract another john just so she can pay a pimp not to beat her up again you keep telling me that’s showbiz, baby, now go get comfortable on that casting couch so …

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chasing rainbows

good trumps mad grumps when you do right by who ever walks in streets of sin where thugs peddle drugs to kids in our rush to power to wipe clean all they mean to shell it out in a gang bout of gun -s- pray on school play grounds filled by youth killed in a …

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A fairy tale (no, not really)

Once Upon a Friend Aug. 13, 2009   Once upon a friend I easily let you in To my world To my home To my family I thought in you I always could tell all (Without repercussion.) Whispered every Sordid secret Reckless beliefs (Mine, always mine) Secretly laughing Pointing, snickering It was funny to you …

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Emily + Pink Floyd

Back in high school (the late 1980s, if you must know … lol), I had to do a research paper on Emily Dickinson that I absolutely detested, but I’ve always had a fond appreciation for her poetry. Several years later (July 6, 2001), I was listening to Symphonic Pink Floyd after getting dumped and — for …

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Ending

This one is very personal. It’s about my adopted dad, may he rest in peace. It’ll be nine years July 4, but it still feels like yesterday.   Ending May 27-28, 2014   Everybody is celebratin’ around me. And still I wish … And still I wish … And still I wish … They’d skip …

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I lied

about being done with the techn(elegy) poem series. I’m making the poems into a book and it needed a prologue, so here is the 16th and final part:   techn(elegy) prologue may 26, 2014   why research papers when you simply can google it all to save you the minutes of the day that you don’t …

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Techn(elegy), Part XV (series finale)

This is the final poem in the techn(elegy) series, which I wrote to make people stop and think. It is by far the darkest one. These are thoughts and fears I’ve had for years. It was interesting dissecting them all and then purging, so to speak. That said, I finally can go back to writing …

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Techn(elegy), Part XIV

techn(elegy), part xiv may 19, 2014 big box translates to big bucks and not giving two flying fucks buying local no longer a choice moms and pops have no voice outsourcing jobs to save dough screwing employees like a pro uncaring if they can stay afloat you ain’t no goddamn lifeboat contracts devoid of democracy …

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