Art as an “Investment”

A wart overtook the artist’s knuckle, preventing their wrinkles from attempting full bloom. Inside their bedroom, low wattage bulbs approved weak shadows whose tint intermingled with the blemish’s eclipse, making it difficult to distinguish where their flesh clumped up to form the bump.  In order to recoup their losses on art supplies and wart remover,Continue reading “Art as an “Investment””

(insert recycled sitcom trope here)

Cardboard boxes, stacked before the dumpster,  Simplified access  To raccoons, who ate like royalty, gorging on trash.  Cardboard crumples when wet and rainfall  Exchanged convenience for knowledge.  Egg yolk  Bespeckled with blood spots, Stayed the predator’s hand And examined the concept  Of what could’ve been. NO.  Life becomes.  Life doesn’t happen.  Dog urine  Perfumed theContinue reading “(insert recycled sitcom trope here)”