a breath's notice
O smoke which pulmes from my pipe, fearless to claim the void as home; you leave me to stare at flickering rooftops as you escape the troubles which caused your creation. How I wish to be one with eternity on a breath’s notice, and claim life as you do—my own.
I loved you more than I could afford to put into words, which is why only my hate had a voice. I cry when I remember, I cry when I remember it all. Most times, I’m able to hold back, but, being a fool, I seem to hold back the wrong words.
All men fear death. It’s a natural fear that consumes us all. We fear...– Ernest Hemingway, in “Midnight In Paris”
a rare feast
Remember how the sunrise could not compare to the embers we gave birth to, how we touched each other as though we never touched flesh, paying homage to a rare feast before eating the meat from its bones.
I stopped looking for a Dream Girl, I just wanted one that wasn’t a...– Charles Bukowski
God is consciousness, and we are all God trying to realize our full potential.– Bill Hicks
Coming home to old news, complaints, and the same suggests on how to improve my life; the life everyone seems to know so well, and are so qualified to execute
Barrel water glass reflection
Barrel water glass reflection, my only companion, what else but love put that look in your eyes?
another name, another reason
Drinking in the moon’s honor, every star another name, another reason to forget what forget has trouble letting go.
Man thrives where angels would die of ecstasy and where pigs would die of...– Kenneth Rexroth