Scintillating Memories

During the weekend, I put out a call for writing collaborations to pass the time during what’s been a fairly wet and somewhat dreary time of year. I haven’t done too many collabs (although that’s something I really wanted to change). Fortunately, I know a few good writers not only here but through my Instagram […]

Ink and Irrelevance

Ink conveys neither life nor death Blood suggests neither man nor woman Breath itself tells me very little About who you are, and more importantly Why The object of this life we’ve been given Is not to accumulate or accomplish But to prepare and introspect On what’s been done, is happening And will be done, […]

Autism Awareness Month Post Three: An Open Letter To Autism Speaks

To whom this may concern, Recently, I read a post from https://loveexplosions.net/, and I was surprised at what it contained. The post showed the 2014 financials for Autism Speaks, and upon delving into the material, I was shocked at the specifics. -Less than 4 percent (3.84% exactly) of your income went to autistic families, services, and grants, […]

The Twelve Month Cycle Of Those Whose Legs Are Always Open

The virgins of January and February are all too eager to marry And in March the arch in their backs is noticeable In April they’re less able and in May they lay in bed most days By June expectancy is all too soon and July brings a new, pink room August demands a long list […]

Poetry Collection Inspired By The Walters Art Museum

Since I won’t be attending WAMTAC tomorrow (I’m really upset by that), I’ve compiled all my poetry that I’ve written there so far. These poems were inspired by the above pictures. As I sit on the rock warmed by the midday sun I think about what I’m leaving behind “Don’t leave me and Carson!” “I […]