Tag Archive: scientific poem

Biomechanics (Revised)

Revisions of a previous poem (Biomechanics) submitted for poetry class. Apologies — I know it’s a wall of text but there is a reason it has to be that way. Comments would be… Continue reading


Malate, what is you? What is you whose center kills us, dragging sore feet through your doors, newly-laundered from a hard night’s release, what is you? What is you, spiked temptation, whose slaves… Continue reading


THERMODYNAMICS Last night, instead of penises, I dreamed of vaginas. One vagina, two vaginas, three vaginas. Pulsating crimson vaginas. Hairy vaginas in three sides. Square vaginas that hum themselves to sleep. Wide vaginas,… Continue reading

The Doppler Effect

For J – Stay straight and don’t love me for if you do you’ll get to know me, and by me, I refer to the bigger me, the me within me and the… Continue reading

Free Fall

FREE FALL (THE SECOND RAPPEL FROM THE KAMPO UNO TOWER) Knees bent, hand sore Sunglasses perched Atop my top Desperate to fall He wanted me to Fly Faster Higher Like the sweat Dripping… Continue reading