Monthly Archives: September 2011
Your hand shores your hairline. Heat and sweat rising in light. A mist I never knew a human could posses, but your steam settles on a higher plane, quietly disappearing. Brooklyn hands swing like silver pendulums. Back and forth bulldozing … Continue reading
Beggars practically on their knees as if one dollar will get them anywhere. His teeth corn kernels – how much is a crystal high? A woman screams at her husband ‘what time is your hearing test tomorrow?! God, I hope … Continue reading
My shipped heart is ruddering resistent try turning around even though everything is screwed Let wind carry our sheared, dead hair Open the doors, you say, and sails In one Godful moment williwaws could blend us into bonds we never … Continue reading
I’m going to start a new club to learn how to dance like this – you are all invited.
Last night, I made Pumpkin Monkey Bread with FROOOOOOOOSTING from scratch. I’ve never made dough from scratch, well not since elementary school where they force you into “groups” to make playdough and pizza dough and inevitably the kid who bites … Continue reading
‘Gatekeeper,’ by Rachel Van Blankenship