The potential energy of falling bodies

The time has come to an end when inhumanity would surface in the next of kin Walking down the road, barely breathing, sucking wind I never noticed the air could be so far away It’s the nature of this beast whose beady eyes commemorate our scariest monster lies in wait Invisible and wrecking with usualContinue reading “The potential energy of falling bodies”

Sunday morning

A day to take
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Pay heed to
ominous warning

Ah, the double standard

The list of double standards women face on their path to public office is plenty long: They should be pretty, but not distractingly so. Assertive, but never aggressive. Maternal, yet devoted exclusively to their careers. And every word that passes their lips should be spoken in a tone, volume and cadence that is pleasing toContinue reading “Ah, the double standard”

I am trying to show what it is to be broken, to create the Truly heartbreaking, Theo. -Vincent

Get out of your own way. A group of Seabirds is called a Wreck. Melissa chewed her fingernails like a fifteen year ink anorexic parading Tabs and perfect everything For the world to ignore That was not for nothing The confusing part of the tree on river road that killed more people than Cherokee cherryContinue reading “I am trying to show what it is to be broken, to create the Truly heartbreaking, Theo. -Vincent”