Moms

Lollipop She pulled up in her lollipop pink oversized SUV. One of those soccer moms whose kids are too good to even play soccer. Her curly blonde locks tumbled down her back as she jolted a perfectly shaped leg decorated with a four inch patent stiletto out of her door. She is beautiful, she is […]

And I’m looking for you wherever I am Hoping to find you between the sheets In the bed Under it Hiding in the shadows of the dark closet And I’m looking for you in the food I shove in my mouth That slides down my throat. In the drink that swirls in the bottom of […]

Private Joker, do you believe in the Virgin Mary?

Been thinking today about something the priest was saying at mass this weekend.  The mass I went to was said for my dad, so I think that made me pay extra attention.  It’s sort of strange.  My mom is a really devout catholic, and she raised me to be catholic, too.  But dad was never […]

Sunday haiku 

Eyes meet, trancelike pools Lips lock, passion overflows Electricity. *** It is a cold day Death is a welcomed escape Bleak eternity. *** There is a void where Love used to be. His brother Is named apathy *** A new day is here Embrace the warmth that kills night Happiness is yours *** Hard work […]

Saggy bumper

Old saggy bumper.  She was a beauty of a truck. 93 Toyota…I don’t know anything about cars, but I am pretty sure there wasn’t even a model name.  It was just the red trucky, saggy bumper.  My dad’s weekend truck that drove him back and forth to the dump.  I had recently acquired the driving […]

Home

There is no place to go when there is nowhere called home And the only place left is lost and alone The only thing good is in front of your face But stuck and confused and frozen in place Collecting the tears that stream down your cheek In buckets and barrels and everything leaks Nothing […]