Monthly Archives: November 2018

Donating a Pint

Donating a Pint My blood looks like wine as it pours from vein to vial, a fine Pinot Noir though with better legs. I’d like a transfusion, direct from bottle to arm, bypass my burning stomach, molten core of misery. … Continue reading

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Allegro & Adagio

I just got my copy of Allegro & Adagio, Dance Poems Vol. II. It’s a beautiful book with hundreds of poems about all things dance. If you’re about to begin the annual frenzy of consumption, you should definitely consider this … Continue reading

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Sturdy

Sturdy I’m looking for a sturdy girl, one who can take a punch to her metaphorical gut when I require solitude. One who won’t fall in love because of a love poem and won’t fall apart when she’s not my … Continue reading

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Election Day!

If you haven’t voted yet, it’s time to do so. I’ll be heading to my polling place during my lunch break. You can read all about it at Oddball Magazine. They just published Blue Magick. Head over there and cast … Continue reading

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