Archive for the ‘poem’ Category

I’ll likely come back to this at a later time.  Just wanted to get it out there. Hope you enjoy. —————————————- The needle drops onto the moon & Antarctica and as we sit in that second floor apartment we all stop and listen filling in the track breaks with clanking bottles smiles and knowing looks no […]



I wrote this poem in undergrad for a prompt assignment. We had to make a poem based on a writing convention, such as a palindrome (as I did).  It is based on a set of children’s books from the 1970s and 1980s.  I saw a film version of Hannah is a Palindrome in elementary school […]

Something new.


I haven’t written anything new in nine years.  Nine years without any constructive self-expression. So, I’ve written.  I don’t have really have a title, but we’ll call this The Room for now.  Thanks for reading. The Room I did not know construction had gone on too long until there was no light left and I […]

This is part of a series of poems I did based off the photography of Todd Hido. The titles are the house numbers from the pictures. This poem was written about 10 years ago and I still have a hard time reading it aloud. #2077 The street is empty and cracked, dry like desert earth […]

An old poem.


I wrote this as an undergrad.  I used to write a lot. I was a better person then. Adoption I ask her if she could feel the eyes on her in the waiting room She says I don’t know She says you will never feel them trace the curve of your belly looking for traces […]