Foreseeing & UnseeingI usually do my grocery shopping on a Tuesday—to avoid the Saturday crowd and the ghosts that cling to weekend routines and recipes for Matzah ball soup. Though, with cucumbers at three dollars a pop, a recession is easily as scary as a scowling, shimmery ghoul floating behind his newlywed fiancé. The ghost... Continue Reading →
Grab a Bowl I'll be releasing a new series of Poems in the series called Legacy. The first poem will be up tonight 🙂 Here’s a list of the other excerpts you might have missed: Railings, Dominoes, Destiny, Magnolia,Porridge, Hair and 5:24am.
I'm not good at this, Sudden, silence always softens the blow. But not really. The fact is you don’t deserve my words after you silenced my love and pressed your cheek to my chest and told her to stop the pounding. You’re coward, And I’m sorry if my lighting is not to your standards but... Continue Reading →
I have no fork or spoon to eat you with, Just my heart and my hands To hold you, And call you mine For as long as this meal lasts. But I've starved myself of this food For so long that my body forgets the Ritual, the ediquette And the holy words that come before... Continue Reading →
I could hear the kernels popping in the microwave as the smell of butter filled Clarissa’s kitchen. I stared at the numbers as they counted down. The movie played loudly and I peered around the refrigerator to see what was going on. Then I noticed a photograph, framed in wood on Clarissa’s mantel, it was... Continue Reading →