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A Pavlovian Sickness

Filtering light, Growing bright, Absolves the day of night. A man awakens from his slumber. The man, he suffers a hunger: An insatiable sanity pang. But dreams he can't escape Dictate and say his fate. "Saturday again." The callous calendar spoke. Were it not for malevolent numbers, You could think it was telling a joke. ...

What We Never Say

A common misconception I see people have today: 'What we want to tell the world, Is known through what we say." Alas, that is a farce. I know this to be true. Look instead for words unsaid And what they will not do. It is a simple thing To gaze into one's eyes, To lie ...

Take it Slow

This feeling, as I tell it In a song or as I yell it, Does it matter If I clatter, Or if I should fall in love? I want the latter. If I can't do any better, Put my thoughts into some letters, Write a poem or a song. "LA LA LA" String along, string ...

Freeze Frame

The two men stood outside in the blistering cold. All around them, there was nothing. The only response that their eyes received from their immediate surroundings was the blaring white frequency of the icy glaze upon the ground. “I’m cold.” The first man spoke partially out of boredom, and partially to keep his mouth from ...

Empty Platitudes

You do not need to tell me How good things for me are, How 'good I have it' Or how bad it is afar. I know when I can't sleep, That my matters are a pea Underneath a Mattress One hundred or so deep. I am aware that tunnels Have a starting and an end ...

Dark Side of the Room

As the Earth revolves about, Soaring in an orbit, Of the bright and shining sun Half of it stays cold, A side marked with the dark, Where the rays of warmth are blocked. The sun is worried not Of violence under the horizon, from crime and cold and such. Only those who face the sun, ...