Tag Archive: poem

Columbus Whispering (NAPOWRIMO 2015 #12)

In quarters, no one dare disturb the great white captain conquistador: all hands for sailing, all feet scrubbing for god, for gold, and for glory; what man Columbus was all will tell of… Continue reading

Believing in Valentines (NAPOWRIMO 2015 #11)

Sixty feet dangled on a crane right after a mate’s divorce proceeding; two pigeons bulleting across the pulleys to reach the rafters of the the 54th avenue skylight, where billboards of hollywood’s next… Continue reading

HAIKUS DECAFFEINATED (NAPOWRIMO 2015 #10)

Half past ten last night Unveiled by cafe’s lampshades Two coffees ignored. —– Dark stains on a mug The babes of beans long since drank Lipstick mark lies pale —– The whiff of the hearth… Continue reading

Thoughts Before The Fall (NAPOWRIMO 2015 #09)

But he has gone, into the bleak Into the trees, my master-lover And sovereign annointed by Blood and unholy trinity. His valour, mine the spirit, him the dagger, mine the scepter, and in… Continue reading

For The Next While (NAPOWRIMO 2015 #08)

Money is an illusion

Love is manufactured

Friends ride the winds

And jobs are a prison

Colored Chalk (NAPOWRIMO 2015 #07)

Until it were naught but colored chalk:

NOT FUNNY (NAPOWRIMO 2015 #06)

Hurt’s said to make the heart grow wise,
Not a record of asking when, when, when.

By the Deserted Four-Way Intersection at Half-Past Eleven (NAPOWRIMO 2015 #05)

yellow stepping on the gas to catch the shifting signs but no; meters before the signal line so pause, take a sec, it’s not over yet. he will wait. it’s his turn. —–… Continue reading

ODYSSEUS IN THE NIGHT (NAPOWRIMO 2015 #04)

Two beers, half a shot of whisky, and a pound of chicken wings: carted over to table six. He had flexed, not once, but multiple bills spilling swiftly to the tray. And in unchained dances… Continue reading

Haikus past Midnight (NAPOWRIMO 2015 #03)

Breezy dusk melts through A city aching for rest Lampposts stand stalwart. —– Screeching in the dark Echoes in alleys and bars Owl or girl in need? —— As Morpheus fleets ’round To… Continue reading