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A sort of mystical reticence which, to tin ears, seems non-existent, but is the gobbled and cobbled and ruined talk of the American male.

My poems have roommates, and until two weeks ago, slept on a loft bed they bought in 2006 while still a paralegal.

eclipsing binary

The Way She Carried

Idiots wait on both sides of the fence.

Clouds Afternoon Jazz Sprinkles


Simone Weil’s “hell” sounds like my concept of conformity: hell is an illusion of being--appearance, semiotics, that which conforms to a construct but without true obedience.

I am roughly five months along, as I am writing this.

The Astronomer

The People of Distress


Ponytail fusses with her acrylic / nails, paints them in Onyx Licorice.

Rouse Hill

"It"s Fair"

Waterfield is a direct descendant of postmodernist Denise Levertov.