Monthly Archives: July 2010

The Liar

The liar at the table drinking his favorite beer. Calloused bloated feet scuff the tile and ocean air breezes through open windows while he rants on politics, on children, on prisons.   He stands in the entry as we are … Continue reading

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Bach Plays Loud

Bach plays loud above a-rhythmic groans and jerk and gun shifts of shiny metal hulls, coffee in paper cups, sleep edged with thought, bodies within bodies, slaves of slaves.   Pop-rock plays sedation where fluorescents buzz and black phones warn … Continue reading

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Everything I Need is East of Here

The west is rich with golden dreams shining in our eyes, and owners of our sight hang their houses out on cliffs while waves continually blow and breathe to crumble sand-stone and mix it red in rip tides.   I … Continue reading

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Statement of Faith

I believe good bookstores maintain a strict distinction between hardbound and paperback, but only the most general application of alphabetical order.   I believe vertical stacking is cumbersome and annoying but absolutely necessary to find something accidentally (I would never … Continue reading

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