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I write words, I sometimes get to perform them out, sometimes I'm even paid. And I'm trying to get it right, get it right.

with enough repetition, your flaws become your style


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January 02, 2019

january bare in poetry

angels guarding wings of argent hearts so ardent winter never came the snow fell then melted right away without our months under its blanket for wounds to heal for autumn leav...

1.) Part man, part wind instrument, all cop. OBOECOP. 2.) I’ve always found it interesting how people are all like “the original gray Hulk was supposed to look like the movie version of Frankenst...

December 30, 2018

a very normal afterlife in poetry

once, there was a very normal boy so normal he was born in Normal, Illinois he was born at a very normal time Monday afternoon at half-past-five and he was normal ev...

December 30, 2018

j1 in idea barrages

1.) They should’ve named the mouse that lived for decades because of Jesus powers in THE GREEN MILE “Murray” so he could be “Murray, Christ mouse”. Murray Christ Mouse and his Many New Years! 2.)...

December 29, 2018

de31 in idea barrages

1.) So this nightmare was about being trapped in nesting levels of a virtual reality experience, in a mall that didn’t exist in real space, trying to escape without getting caught up in an espion...

December 28, 2018

de30 in idea barrages

1.) In two years, the end of year wrap up stories are going to be insufferable with “2020 Hindsight” wordplay. 2.) The realization hits how many inner city school shootings happened for decades b...

December 27, 2018

de29 in idea barrages

1.) The study of ancient wolves is called “barkeology”. 2.) In Ireland on December 27th, the children are visited by a magical leprechaun who brings them batteries for all the toys Santa brought ...

If he’d been a smoker, that would’ve been the day they began to fall in love, Nathan and Amelia. It was the bathroom-break in the middle of a three-hour seminar where the professor made them watc...

December 26, 2018

de28 in idea barrages

1.) You will only solve food crimes and will demand the title “private ingestigator”. 2.) As a Cuse fan & alum, gotta admit, sometimes SU basketball is more entertaining when they’re bad. The...

December 25, 2018

de27 in idea barrages

1.) A painting of five different personae of Doug Funnie playing cards with each other called “Dougs Playing Poker”. 2.) I feel like we’re near a point where a Kevin Spacey/Donald Trump/Louis C.K...

December 24, 2018

de26 in idea barrages

1.) The hook up site for really short LGBTQ folk should be called Stumpgrindr. 2.) I just wish Pauly Shore had been in a Nightmare On Elm Street movies so Freddy could’ve put his head in a vise a...

December 23, 2018

miracles in poetry

there are miracles but they’re even rarer than we could ever care to admit there are miracles but they don’t come on command there are miracles but sometimes we don’t see the...

December 23, 2018

christmas barrage in idea barrages

1.) Sometimes I like to say Josh Groban’s name like he’s a He-Man character. Like “Gro-BAN”. Like Gro-Ban and The Masters of Mediocrity. 2.) The version of COME TOGETHER about Ollie starts “Here ...

December 22, 2018

de24 in idea barrages

1.) Part of me wants to point out that “Boot Scootin’ Boogie” is kind of the same song as the theme to “The Nanny” but another part of me wants to write a parody about Trump’s appease Putin boogi...

December 21, 2018

d23 in idea barrages

1.) Snow, at least, you can wipe off your shoulders if it’s light enough. Thirty-six degree rain, though, it just soaks. It just soaks through straight to the bone. 2.) Whenever uses the term “AF...

December 20, 2018

d22 in idea barrages

1.) At Christmas for Dark Crystal fans, it’s Gelfling on a Shelfling. 2.) Xeljanz (tofacitinib) is a rare drug in that both its brand name AND its generic name BOTH sound like the names of NPR co...

December 19, 2018

throwing shade in poetry

you all stand in the shadow of great men and great women who’ve passed yes but not famous folk you’ll never know not giants granting autographs at best you rather stand inside t...

December 19, 2018

de21 in idea barrages

1.) Posting photos of Madonna to social media without context is called “voguebooking “. 2.) Don’t worry about Los Angeles drawing Matt Harvey back into the city party lifestyle he knew with the ...

December 19, 2018

ceaseless winter in poetry

it’s that certain kind of snow powdery and light but ceaseless it’s slow but seeming infinite as if it will just never stop as though God realized the mistake of this planet, this time and ...

December 18, 2018

me, I want a hula hoop in poetry

music producer David Seville, according to police reports snapped last night under the pressure of churning out the hits he broke into the recording studio at three in the morning with s...

I often think on how much of my personal culture is based on growing up during Early Cable Days when it was just the local network channels and the three New York City independent supers...

December 18, 2018

flyover in poetry

I’ve lived in the city that cannot sleep (no matter how many drugs it takes to try and get there) I’ve lived in the city lost inside dreams of itself (having eaten the lotus flower and drift...

December 18, 2018

glitter in the dark in poetry

between the cold hard almost dreary almost-frozen rain the not-yet-solstice endless obscured twilight night and all the houses with their fancy new-ish LED projector garish Christmas lights ...

December 18, 2018

a book of revelations in poetry

a gender reveal party where the middle of the cake is a guitar amplifier and everyone’s confused until the “g” falls off to reveal the word “Fender” and then the pregnant woman deafens t...

December 18, 2018

de20 in idea barrages

1.) Modern cuisine and literature are similar insofaras if it says “deconstructed” in the review, 99% of the time it will be pretentious crap but 1% of the time it will be the best you have ever ...

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