Leviathan Recycled for Everyday Use

Curbside silhouettes overlapped lawn-plots, stymied in green grass growth to honor Personal habits (a bit long in the tooth) Personal touch (herein) twigs scattered about the land in allegiance to organized chaos. /// (long nails) included in this instance, pinched the wood’s edges, delaying a march to waste baskets. A peasant located in the 19thContinue reading “Leviathan Recycled for Everyday Use”

A Brief History of Neo-Liberalism

Nocturnal dust hibernates behind the refrigerator And taunts the compressor by remaining still,  Despite daylight’s winded attempts  To achieve relevance  Through an accidental chore. Open the door. See the light.  Capitalists patented canned-air to combat stillness.  Communists huff canned-air to escape oxygen.  Appropriate nomenclature for neo-liberal idolatries  Affiliates the evolution of morals  With advances inContinue reading “A Brief History of Neo-Liberalism”

The Communist History of Lawn Ownership

A landowner taking pride in their manicured lawn has origins tied to Marxist communism, these property owners hired peasants as landscapers, typical duties like hedge trimming, lawn clipping and planting flowers occupied their day. But it was another task which prompted Marx to take notice and begin his philosophical analysis of labor, the collecting ofContinue reading “The Communist History of Lawn Ownership”

Conscripted Belligerence

Conscripted belligerence  Soft  Pillows welcome  Comfortable defiance. Homeward. Appendage in tepid bath water. Soothes the iron out  Of flames shimmering from rags wetted in gasoline. FLAMES. Lick  Up from bath water, accosting waves teetering like the American opinion  On diplomacy. Postage is lyrical. Postage is assumptive. Coming forth, text is trained  By the mind decipheringContinue reading “Conscripted Belligerence”