"That’s how you know you've really got a home: When you leave it, there’s that feeling that you can’t shake. You just miss it." I never truly felt this of New York. Sure I miss my family and friends, but I never missed New York. I've never longed for it. But when I think on … Continue reading The Noticing of the Unnoticed
Textbook versions of the feel good moments drift like drugs through our systems, it gets better, despite the world being on fire we smile while letting it burn, ignoring the licks, of flames that burn less than the hope we were told. Did you see the fighter slip away? Passed in the night when we … Continue reading Facebook Short Poetry Series #6
(Well...it is more of a piecing together 4 completely separate poems into one larger one...each stanza is a stand-alone poem on my facebook poetry status series...thing... which you can see if you click on it in the toolbar under Faith's Facepage) Won't you take my hand? You've already taken the rest, remember sitting on our … Continue reading Facebook Short Poetry Series #1
Dear S.B. I'm astounded every time my mind wanders back to you, and the bullshit that you put me through the short time that I worked for you. Hell, I can't even look at a Red Cross sign, or ad, without feeling a deep bitterness that really should solely be relegated to you; because I … Continue reading #24: Dear S.B.