Monthly Archives: May 2016

It’s 10 o’clock

Where are the poems in the dead of night, when the heart no longer stews desire for the mind to take a warm bath, when it’s no longer strong enough to force a cardiac creation of landscapes for the lonely … Continue reading

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earthquake

gas masks, metal rods cowered underneath the pressure of overabundant friction. my brother left old skin behind, in the rubble. the tremor of neurons, or hands, or lands is cause for alarm (which is a tremor of neurons), (which is … Continue reading

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Waiting for Prince

after-rain prism puddles to pull Prince from, and my girlfriend used to call me worthless. this bruja, i know! this word- smith who punched out teeth to make keys, who burned vagina to keyholes in front of my house is … Continue reading

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low tide

i have not written anymore gently tossed pebbles to the base of my lungs, i pressed lips to trachae and thought “breathe”, just to hear the tremor of imprisoned breath, feel the helpless silence of gagged absence. /// oceans swim, … Continue reading

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