I stumbled across a piece of writing I did a few years ago. I decided to blow the dust off and share it. It’s blunt and honest and just as relevant today as it was when I first wrote it. Without farther ado... “It gets better after high school.” When I was seventeen, I wanted … Continue reading My Ten Year Promise.
I was awakened this morning by the suns warmth. It came pouring in through the window as I slowly blinked open one eye, and then the other, and then another. I could see that she was still sleeping. I can see the warm sun filtering in through the window and spill across her body. All … Continue reading Arachnid Love
This is a eulogy For My Twenties. She was a great girl. She was dearly beloved by bartenders, cab drivers and coat check girls all throughout the clubs. She was a crazy ex-girlfriend and constant drinking companion. She was young and wild and full of squandered potential. Join me today as we say goodbye to … Continue reading For My Thirtieth Birthday
My view of the world is usually that of the top of my feet. It’s the only thing you really see when you’re always looking at the ground. When my head is hung low streets and sidewalks blend into the same long drudging path. At least I can always see when I need new shoes. … Continue reading Windswept Serotonin
You live across the street from me. I can hear you screaming from inside my house. "Help! Help me!" I fly out my back door the moment I know it is you who is calling out. I need to get to you. I run out to the laneway I’m suddenly where I am stricken with … Continue reading Crude Subconscious