Three short verses about love;

Love you tremendous,
till the end of all time.
Much more than humungous,
with a splash of sweet lime.

I'd backpack the moon-domes,
to rise and then shine,
to look through your windows,
the eyes of your mind.
And once your arms tumble,
and take me back home,
I'll die, and I'll smile,
prepared for the gloam.

And out through those lips,
comes heaven complete,
I tremble, and shatter
so weak on my feet.
But your warm, toasted spirit,
tucks me in tight,
then kisses me gentle,
and whispers, "good night."

fin.

Written by me:

*inspired by, dedicated to & fueled with... you.
  • Current Music
    Some song by Sufjan Stevens.

Until You've Found It

My love is a chasmic,
Cavern of arrogance.
Lopped off with nary a chance.
Her lips part so sweetly,
A melodic, hip-happenstance,
That GOD in my gut so entranced.

Yet, I stumble, oblivious,
A fool so lascivious
And bury my snout within words.
And if I were alive again,
I’m certain; I’d die again.
Just seeing and hearing of her.

So I ball up my insides,
And wait for her empathy.
No where left – no place to hide.
She gloriously tramples,
My life left in shambles,
Then curls up and sleeps deep inside.

~fin~
  • Current Music
    Down in Mexico -- The Coasters

Writer's Block: Book worms unite!

What are the three best books you have ever read and what are the three worst? What made them so good or bad?


I'm just going to guess:

My three favorites would have to be, The Count of Monte Cristo, for how engaging the thing is, plus it's beautifully written, The Hyperian Series, I love the characters, and the story, and then I'd have to pick on the of the pulps, even though I love them all so much, but I guess I'd have to say The Getaway, because of the characters.

The worst would have to be Battle Royale, I love gory writing and all, but this book was poorly written, terribly so, and I couldn't care less about any of the characters, it was just one shit head kid after the other, big fucking dead, and then Geek Love, which I suppose was well written, I just didn't like the characters, all nasty, and then finally... I guess maybe Winter Haunting, I love Dan Simmons, and was excited about this one, because it was a sequel to an awesome book, but it was boring, and pointless, and the lead was a shithead. But it's not a terrible book, so that's not fair,

Writer's Block: My Ideal Life Ten Years from Now…

What does your ideal lifestyle look like 10 years from now?


I'm surprised how few people want to be artists of any sort... that's why nobody makes it, it's because nobody tries.

I've shot my short, and am working on putting a feature together now. My hope is to be a number of features down within ten years, at least 5, all three Anna pictures, the Noir of course and the Science Fiction, with a decent amount of work put in on Riley Stoker.

My FUCK.

There's a dirty old fuck,
that lives in my gut,
it scratches and pokes
and it prods.
It's dirty as fuck,
and's been skewing my luck.
painting me badly with broads.

It slept with my girl,
and seeded her up.
Then left her for broke,
some change in a cup.

Then tickled my boss,
and got my can fired.
Now living in cardboard,
fat, bored and retired.

So now that I'm nothing,
but a part of this fuck,
I'm lonely, I'm cold,
and I smell.
Living out nothing
but anger, WHO CARES,
in this, my fuck's fancy hell.

FIN
  • Current Music
    Tom Waits.

Writer's Block: Internal Assets

As the holiday season draws to a close, you might be feeling a little strapped for cash. Would you ever consider selling one of your organs (bodily organs, that is) if you really needed the money?


I would be willing to impregnate women, then sell the offspring to rich white couples that can't have children of their own... in a way, it's a public service.