Cliffhanger The sun comes down, Like butter melting over a globe-shaped roll. She and I eat sandwiches on a high cliff. Both of us laugh At the thought of Fall ing. She lounges back, props up on my chest, and sighs. The sun props itself upon the earth’s chest, and sighs too. We stay there… Continue reading Cliffhanger
Take my heart And put in a basin To store all the things That I feel like I’m missing I try to find or retrieve them But the recess is still dips And I can really never place A thing I’m miss Cuz when you turn it upside down The clutter stays distant As the structure in my life And I… Continue reading Teenage angst
A universe exploded Such an explosion It spawned: Dark, light, daytime, and heat. It was cold already. In that explosion, love formed And took shape over time, Just as the worm did. Which ultimately turned into The giant worm. God watched from a close by station What did He evolve from? A crash? Why doesn’t… Continue reading Evolution
He tensed, and grit his teeth and grinned His heart felt like a violin, Who could conjure up this sin, to live without your closest kin? College is where it all begins, At first they were so proud of him, But now his guts are caving in, to live without his closest kin. They sent… Continue reading Upon my Grandmothers Death
When I was walking to my class, I saw a young man there. He was talking to himself, and pulling on his hair. He threw his book upon the ground. (He only carried one) Upon the bridge, he screamed and yelled, It did not seem too fun. He slammed the book again! AGAIN! Until it… Continue reading When I Was Walking to my Class
o land on my feet a few steps from where I left off. why. Turn a new leaf and leave it on the table Light the lanterns, and put paint on the stables You’ve been docked at a phantom beach, Looking for Neptune to fall. Fathers, children, facts, and fables. The Kremlin, Koran, parliament, dradles. Mend and… Continue reading Why.
I started out my professional career as a social worker in Waxahachie. The work was interesting enough. The benefit of knowing that what I did made a difference in the world, was something I wanted to live for, for the rest of my life. Ever since I was a teenager I knew I could never… Continue reading Savior (Inspired by a more brilliant writer than I named Ryan Mayes, who is a total genious in my book.)