September 19, 2020
Die before you die. Die now. To all of it. If you feel less than then cherish it. Cherish it completely. Make light of your life and the armor you’ve worn, protecting an imitation of what you can never be anymore than you could enter your dream bone flesh blood still no way you aren’t wearing same shoes you wore in the dream.
September 18, 2020
Back from the seminar with ringing in my ears. Today,
a special session in learning to be offended. The teacher
is an empowered victim, an obese libertarian who spends
her afternoons at the Palm Springs hotel pool in a lace bikini.
In her youth, one hears, she sued the San Francisco Ballet.
She won a space in a spring production playing the part of a fat swan.
September 17, 2020
There is a gentleman with an umbrella, a Persian cat and a young lady named Miss. Sinner
BBC channel 3 Broadcaster said it’s gonna rain
On the old screen with a Hollywood smile.
West End and stage lights
She lost her umbrella at the backstage
Her Rebellious Youth and unspeakable past
September 16, 2020
(hear the sucking and
swallowing in your ears)
Them Dry. Their Family Cries. They
Weren’t Fast Enough To Let Go Of It.