Monthly Archives: April 28, 2017

Trampoline Lips

Boing, boing bounce your lips, your beautiful bouncy trampoline lips Oh to jump through the clouds from those bouncy pouncing lips Better hang – too much torque will fling all away She can’t wait for her next kiss on those boing, boing bouncing trampoline lips

Did you know?

Lemon juice and regular table salt remove strong odors like fish smells When your cutting boards and hands smell like fish after cooking, put salt on a lemon wedge and rub it over your hands and the cutting board. Recycle citrus peels as air fresheners Add table salt to an empty orange peel and use…read more

How to Read Poetry

The key to reading poetry is to wear it like a glove. I know it’s a cliché to say but sometimes the things worth repeating don’t sound so great at first. It’s true, when we fill in the blanks with our own personal touches, we make that poem relatable and let’s face it, we are…read more

Sun Moon

Mistaking the sun for the moon, walking through the crags, we cast rocks into space and grasp at stars. Mistaking burned feet for a lunar glow, bleeding from major and minor cuts, we smile and daydream through pain.

One Day (A Pantoum)

I was walking after class in the warmth And he spoke to me like old times, it felt so good The world is beautiful inside and out Happiness and hope for the world emanating And he spoke to me like old times, it felt so good Walking and talking and living Happiness and hope for…read more

Chicken Scratch

Hackneyed words and other commonalties Great Greek God piercing the sky with his lightening bolts Ooggling their goodies with our desperate eyes Cookies stuck to the pan because we didn’t grease the pan Hurt me more; go ahead, I deserve it Sorry not this time, not anymore Linus and Lucy playing on the Piano the…read more

Demi

She peers into her crystal ball and pricks a pin into her voodoo doll All the while her ravens squawking at her looming teacher and warlock Oh what a thrill to hear the trill of neighbors talk as she dances through the woods with the shock at a girl who wears a continence of I…read more

Taking a Walk

The smell of sand and rocks Uneven terrain cracked pavement trampled grass Why walk when you can run? Why run when you can fly? Past the cars zooming around me so I run faster Getting swept away Cool wind, take my heat away refresh me Sticky pines with branches like a thousand veins I want…read more

I am

My arm is on my lap. I am stuck in a place that has no restraints. I am waiting in a line in a crowded cafeteria impatient and worrisome. Do I write him off? Or do I just love all over him, his lips, his back, his soul. I am writing and running errands and…read more