rock & roll

It's all webbed ink splotches and watery stain marks. Nothing is clear and precise like you thought it would be. What came easily was never delicately crafted into a strength and now stands out like a flashing neon sign. A broken flashing neon sign where two letters flicker in and out, hoping desperately to make …

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A thin veil of grey

There was a time when everything felt novel, like when the sunset hit the edge of the sycamore tree just right creating a gentle golden hue over the newly fallen leaves. Your mind's eye felt a sense of newfound pleasure by simply delighting in the spectacular moments that exist all around us. Those moments are …

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Sabotage thy child

It would be excruciatingly simplistic to say that certain encounters are, in a sense, predestined to take place. Furthermore, it would be even more of a bore to point out that they serve a purpose, oftentimes to remind you what you should be grateful for by comparison. I am pretty close to terrible when it …

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Matrimony

In many ways I am glad I haven't felt the pressure to get married and have children. While I detest simplifying religion I do think the tradition of marriage is a beautiful thing, let's substract any political issues for a moment, because in my very watered down definition, we historically got married to start a …

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leave me alone

I miss the feeling of writing into a void and as hard as I may try to escape my teenaged self, I find myself conversing with her often. She has an awful lot to say. The feeling of anonymity is something I have always treasured as well as being part of something that is, or …

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