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”

A Term for the Second Coming

Centuries turn and a feline Will hide behind the couch before they die. A fly borrows spaces habituated by glaring screens To upset normal procedures Turning over Like insect eyes. His face And her smile Sought common ground To tread the turn over Greeting them Like traffic noise. Together they entered the hallway Pointed toContinue reading “A Term for the Second Coming”