Category Archives: 1994

Why Me? / Why Not?

So you left me, you bastard, even you don’t know why. You hurt me and crushed me and then watched me cry with the image reflected in your glass-grey eyes. And when you turned to go, I saw Confusion, the … Continue reading

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Conversions

You look through another’s eyes at everyone who stops to stare. And still you must wonder, why you can’t see through this glassy glare. I’m sorry for this stiff, dark, cold I had to cast on you. Believe me it’s … Continue reading

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The Three Vertically-challenged Members of the Porcine Species

A member of the porcine species told his three offspring to go live independently with no financial aid from their parental unit. So, the three vertically-challenged pigs (for lack of a better term) ventured forth in three non-conformist directions. The … Continue reading

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Leftovers

In your mind clench your hands to strike out or block someone. Close your eyes with lungs on fire, trying hard not to make a sound. Muscles taut, the mind is numb; voice is lost and ears are deafened. In … Continue reading

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Stream of Consciousness

I remember a time when I looked into your eyes your eyes your eyes and I feared you and your strength and your power and your heat and your heart. But then I looked through the dusty glass of your … Continue reading

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