There once was an empire that ate a business.Engorging itself on the grotesque appetites of the busy.By doing so it […]
Archive for ‘Fiction’
Thinner than Dismay.
During which the fog could tug, Around me and around the clock, Which in hands had at dual rocks, The […]
Their Wallet was Stuffed with Empty Ideas.
For there was a popularization That welcomed dessert based deserted direction Of inpatients in for insatiable repetition, Garnered and rotating […]
The Green Asterisk.
Was I a caption on the corridors, Beholden to unmentionable dreams of yours? That curtsy not at the place Of […]
Turn The Wind.
Dedicate An unsure path, To the cage That writes Another’s map.
The Emperor’s Justice.
As still divided At the roots, That one is To be centered, And the other Dealt with boots.
Duty of Due Mind.
Parishioners of due mind And melded define, Felt duty is truly To heighten beauty, Fashioned into Harpooned spine.
Heed the virtue sound, Of giving to be devoured Not expecting To be found.
If the British had Won.
One singular day a man played with time. The result left a wave that washed over the galaxies, crashing against […]
I once was a pilot, but I couldn’t fly a plane
I once was a meteorologist, but I couldn’t predict the rain
I once was a politician, but I couldn’t tell the lies
I once was a funeral director, but I couldn’t say good byes.