To Live or Die in the Desert Sun. The tale of a young man condemned to certain death in the harsh environment of a desert.
The title is simply 'Desert Sun' in Spanish. I liked having the title of a poem in Spanish (despite it not being what I wanted)…
There are just those moments when you are trapped in a cycle that seems that it can never be broken, when the mistress of the addiction has a firm hold on you, well this poem reflects my addicted mistress.
This short story is about a girl in 7th grade who finds herself trapped on a bus with a bunch of kids and a massive wave approaching them. There is nothing the bus driver Mrs. Barbra can do, but try her best to get the kids to safety.Will they survive?…
A stand in the Vapor Mist trail
deaf ears to Criers wail.
Jackstand Alone amidst the crowbar Junkyard
leaning hard on a windless day.
Kid at the Corner store no Change No Chore
Super Clean Heat no Glory for evermore.
No pantolones only remembered stories
Dripping liquid swords Ninja Psycho cycle
Riding till the Dawn
Lyrical miracle mile-Christ child- erst’ while
Style content flawless-
Chosen verbs for Herbs
Seasoned grease with salt and pepper-
Table holds the envelopes for chosen
Prose to fold you.
Sleeves with ease -inside the Hand dismantles
"The Sea boiled, the Wine turned sour, Dogs grew mad, and all other creatures became languid; causing to man, among other diseases, burning fevers, hysterics, and phrensies." John Brady, Clavis Calendaria, 1812. A young man and his friends take a fateful trip to go to visit his uncle in Wisconsin…
A short poem describing summer, in the terms of a lazy, heat-wary being, such as myself.
I am not gifted with the art of poetry, but this was one lucky happenstance where the poem in question simply plopped itself down in my mind and made itself comfortable. It was really…