Revolution. Only You Win and Now You’re the Government Everyone Hates

Decisions calibrated to a coin flip signifies humanity’s assurance in empty gestures, to fill the gap bridging choice and consequence.  Illusory standards disrupt the caustic fruit fly, appearing like static in the peripheral eye-line. Murder impulse remains to remove the annoyance. (Swat) and the deed is done. A universe diluted with solo involvement, without recognitionContinue reading “Revolution. Only You Win and Now You’re the Government Everyone Hates”

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””

Writing Letters to a Ghost.

A splash of almond milk imprinted a dot underneath the W key of my keyboard. Fingernail analysis decreed my index nail, to be the most equipped, in removing the blemish. I scratched at it. Multiple W’s sequenced horizontally across my Word doc. I began to delete them, but as the cursor approached the final W,Continue reading “Writing Letters to a Ghost.”

Panopticon Viewership for Influencers

1. A history text-book was left open on the dashboard,  Through the windshield, read a statement, highlighted in green: “The State is a recent invention.” Accepting this concept,  Martha entered the Mall And proceeded to shoplift various items She considered crucial for her survival.  Red eyeshadow to disguise her laugh-lines. Make-up remover wipes to take-offContinue reading “Panopticon Viewership for Influencers”

An Ending Suited for Regicide

An adorable suicide,  Impacts the recall from dream state To waking life.  Taunting nightmare happenings  To include catch phrases  Synonymous with political campaigns.  Illusions which trapped curators, who meant to establish options For personhood, Instead  Dictated dream state analysis.  Flatland suggests a ledge to peer over,  the concept of length directs shadows to retreat insideContinue reading “An Ending Suited for Regicide”

Around Town and the Moon Too

Don’t trust poetic types who falsify pulse as weakness. Why situate dance with heartbeats?  Investigate when the cracked sidewalk hosts a pulse on its ledge. Toenails singing like tap-plates and the pain is there to remind them of death.  Skip that balance to an ordinary sandwich shop Where extraordinary descriptions of soul splendor are standardContinue reading “Around Town and the Moon Too”

Choose to Win

A duck died, his body floated throughout the pond-water and on occasion collided with shoreline, but always returned back to drifting. When winter turned the water to ice, he was frozen from the neck down. At night, approaching headlights struck his dead eyes and they lit up like stars. During sunny days, his profile functionedContinue reading “Choose to Win”

Naming Shadow Puppets

Font articulates the context of words through style, but at what point in the history of typeface did letters penned in bigger girth signify their importance above others? That is, if importance is related to focus, which it often is…depicting boldface script as the Class Clown turning a substitute’s faux pas into a punchline, instillingContinue reading “Naming Shadow Puppets”

Interrupted at Birth and Ignored at Death

Social patterns fragment, sequencers acquire familiar space-fillers and plug up what’s left behind.  –Richard clicked on the Google maps app icon, its interface filled the screen and he typed his desired destination into the search bar– New commerce fixates on fixing mindscapes to unleash dopamine hits, beginning their seduction through rumors to populate curiosity amongContinue reading “Interrupted at Birth and Ignored at Death”

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”