Tuesday, August 31, 2010


a: what can i do for you?

b: find me what i want.

a: is it something you want or need?

b: both.

a: you ask too much of me.

b: isn't that your job.

a: if you can call it a job.

b: help me....

a: if you want something take it.

b: what about rejection? i know its possible.

a: nobody said you would die by rejection.

b: thats an interesting concept. death by rejection.

a: evolve. thats my advice. assimilate the subject and environment.

b: easier said than done.

a: quite the opposite.

b: you're foolish to think that way.

a: have you ever had to say something but couldn't express it without the use of an action?

b: good point.

a: what do you want?

b: i think i'll change that. it's more of a what do i miss...

Saturday, August 28, 2010


If you double a penny everyday for a month would you eventually get to a point where zinc and copper poisoning was possible. Now thats a lot of pennies.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

the pain the pain the pain

Loose me

The kids got lost
On the way home?
Sure they did
that was Sarcasm
One lost an eye
The other
A few strands of hair
They waited after dark
So they could feel
They knew eventually

Tuesday, August 24, 2010


I had a dream the other night about two men spitting coffee on people below their balcony. Their reason? They didn't need one. And if they had to come up with one.... well lets just say they both agreed the people below needed a little perking up.
I realized afterwards that I was in a hotel room. It was a scorcher outside and the fireplace was booming with combustion. Surprisingly it wasn't the slightest bit uncomfortable in there. I walked out into the hallway next. The lights were bright and it gave the environment this sterile feeling. I knocked on the door across from where i exited (taking one of the mens' advice on not needing a reason), and out came this girl who had the gorgeous looks of your modern day pornstar. She told me this is where she came during the week where she could actually keep her clothes on. Good for her I thought.
As I kept walking down the hall It started to get warmer. I felt a trickle of sweat slide down my forehead. So I took off my coat. As I kept walking I kept removing more and more of my clothes. My comfort was slowly sliding away. As soon as I got to the front door of the hotel I was down to my boxer briefs. As soon as I stepped outside the heat was unbearable. I then noticed the reason the men kept spitting coffee to the people below them. They were all asleep on the ground in the middle of the day.

After I woke up I realized why I was so uncomfortable. My fan was broken. The heat conquered my bedroom. It was Tuesday and hell was with us. I put on my sunscreen and went against it head on. I wrote this poem later in the day:

Hot Tues.

Had a man
Who second guessed
himself by the pool
It was a Tuesday
Unusually warm
He could have
Too busy
Second guessing