He Said What About Primary Colors?

Colors are defined by placement, confirmed in relevance to reactions presented from the subject. Joel set-out to strip a color’s interpretation, in regards to the circumstances of an interaction and define them by name alone. Inside solitary confinement, colors revealed their personality traits through conversation. Red was the first to engage him, his eyes wereContinue reading “He Said What About Primary Colors?”

In Opposition of the Bathroom Faucet

A fly landed on Howard’s bathroom sink, he noticed the insect, placed his fingers under the leaking spout and sprinkled droplets of water over the docile fly. It didn’t flinch and accepted the shower as useless happenstance, like a death-row inmate closing their eyes without a tear before lethal injection…  If a person catches aContinue reading “In Opposition of the Bathroom Faucet”

4flectionz

Talking into nothingness, deciphering an echo’s body language. Reflections in tandem to various facial contortions, recognized in repetition, forgotten if otherwise. Imprints of rolling eyes replay the snarky dialogue which took place to a self imprisoned as myself. Sprayed Windex outside a glass eye, saw improvements in the pupil forever contrasting to include special fractals,Continue reading “4flectionz”

psalm 82:6

Deacon Clark handed Sister Rogue a stack of Bibles and instructed her to pass them out to his pupils. The hood of her nun costume retained heat like a tanning booth, any activity which involved heavy lifting, left her in a state of quasi-been-fucked. Deacon Clark grabbed a scarf out of his pocket, “here,” heContinue reading “psalm 82:6”

ways to celebrate a GOOD MORNING

Necktie pushed a throat bulge to pupils layered in blinks, loosened the knot and dropped arms at sides, ready position accepted whatever normal happenstance occurred. (C)ankles protruded under pant leg hem, posed wrinkles inside a Cheshire smile, invisible and included spoken word performances from footsteps imitating tap dance vulnerability.  Shoe laces flapped out of aContinue reading “ways to celebrate a GOOD MORNING”

BoReD…meeting

Sideways glance parceled to dust inside the air conditioner’s invisible puffs, in rhythm like a Bolshoi dancer subconsciously following the lead of their instructor’s piercing tongue. Lifting pupils to zig-zag in congruence as the presenter thrums on the white board, secured to the wall and holding glares from fluorescent lights humming and beaming above aContinue reading “BoReD…meeting”

Poetry of Tomato Plants

Reading poetry to tomato plants began the day Rome burned. Red of the flames prompted Nero to comment: “reminds me of my mother’s tomato plants.” Of course Lucan saw an opportunity to drench Rome in sanguine innuendo. He jotted verse, congruent to Nero’s fiddle strokes and whispered in his emperor’s ear: “you know my lord…ifContinue reading “Poetry of Tomato Plants”

Dahlia and Dolls

Dahlia fed her dolls arsenic wafers to coerce fabric to adjust tone from Caucasian to the porcelain sheen of her mother’s cherished china. Last Easter her mother was setting the table, using care to place the dinnerware gently on the floral patterned tabletop. Dahlia licked her index finger and touched a stack of saucers, arrangedContinue reading “Dahlia and Dolls”

but like do you really vote?

Polling allows the pandemonium of human accordance to placate entropy, training ink spills and coordinated beeps announcing the crescendo of spent ideas, not content to lavishly dine on handshakes and head nods. Nein. Politicians are rather bringing agency to chaos, giving it a face and demeanor, encouraging the electorate to identify their body language toContinue reading “but like do you really vote?”

healthcare on a Monday

Cherry flavored hard candy held on the heart to displace defibrillator agency, pressed in congruence to pulse fluctuations addressing the vision of American Icon Uncle Sam shaking hands with Hannah Arendt.  Dust poses in fragile posture on picnic tables, abandoned and arranged under oak trees, planted near the sliding doors of the hospital’s entryway. JanitorContinue reading “healthcare on a Monday”