You ask me If I know the way back home from here. I sing the words, “yes, dear” back to you like I’m someone else. You say “alright” because you’ve got nothing else to say right now; I respect that. I keep my eyes on the road. I’m not quite sure where you’re looking at this point
Staring into a vast, black emptiness counting sheep-1, 2, 3... Consciously lying under the matted black blanket, Until all consciousness has been lost out to sea. Soaring over mile-high waves of blue and green into the sunset, The silhouette of her makes everything seem calm. Nearing t
My parents are fast asleep I rise upon my feet walk towards the bedroom door under the dimming light a plump young woman fading nightgown hair down arms like sausages lips parted breathing out of my comfort zone kitchen darker than before cold plastic floor peeling in the corner heart of hearts b
The water spraying around me The waves like endlessness enveloping me, Surrounding me, smothering me The hugeness of the ocean Obscures my vision Numbs my senses Yet I feel the waves Pounding, beating. I feel the water Splashing, swirling. I feel the creatures dance and sing, I join them and I am
Have you ever awakened in the middle of the night? You look around and all your clocks are flashing. Blinking, on and off, on and off. You think to yourself, was it supposed to storm tonight? You decide the best way to find the solution is to check outside.
This here is real. There are no stories about happy homes and whole hearts where we come from. No fancy cars. We got no big houses but big dreams. This is crack fiends at midnight, babies crying, sleeping on wooden floors. This is the corner of Troost. On a pitch black Friday night a queen sells
There’s a girl that I see sometimes. She pops up from time to time. Day to day.
She’s a lot of things. God, she’s beautiful. And, isn’t she just so funny?
When she fixes her eyes on you. They sparkle, don’t they? Vibrant, bright, lovely. So big. Full of life, yeah?