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Opinions

It is my opinion, that is, I think, that if a person only wants or seeks opinions that agree with their own, then they are uncertain of what they think they believe, or, they are convinced that they are correct, without question, and so they've nothing new to learn, and what they're really interested in... Continue Reading →

i imagine

i imagine that i am not infinitely difficult to understand. i don't underestimate the touch of love's hand. i imagine for whatever it is worth that i might be more attractive had i ever learned to be a flirt. i imagine if matters of the heart didn't matter much to me i could give in... Continue Reading →

Love

  I need to believe in the world, in every good, great, beautiful, peaceful, loving, amazing, part of the world. In kindness, in dignity, honor, self-respect, respect for others, in what is decent, in manners, in grace, in hope, in trust. I need to believe in summer days, the sun shining, the breeze moving through... Continue Reading →

Undone

The other day, in promoting my vampire novel, I posted links to chapter excerpts. In reading through those excerpts again myself, I noticed places where the sentences could use tightening. I noticed places where I want to replace commas with periods. In reading one of my own stories earlier today, I found an instance where... Continue Reading →

Be Timeless

    "Trends come and go. What is "fashionable" is changeable. Having style, however, is always cool, and never goes out of fashion. Be classic. Be timeless." ~ Teri Skultety   So much of this was supposed to be fun. It's also true that if you're serious about your work, whatever your art is, your... Continue Reading →

Be In Love With Your Life

I took about a two-week break from working on anything at all writing wise and that was about as much of a break from writing as I could manage. As for what I'm working on, the thing about that is that it doesn't matter, until the work is completed. There are many things that I... Continue Reading →

The Society of Classical Poets.

The Society of Classical Poets, of which I am a member, was kind enough to republish one of my poems, "The Harvest." I'm honored to be included. I think that their efforts promoting classical poetry are commendable and wonderful, a really cool thing. If you enjoy poetry, you should check out their webpage and anthologies!... Continue Reading →

Thelxiepeia, Poems 2009 -2012, Available Now!

Thelxiepeia, poems 2009-2012, Now available on Amazon in paperback.     Basquiat…………………………………………………. 6 Thelxiepeia…………………………………………….... 7 Manifest…………………………………………………. 8 Repairs…………………………………………………… 9 The Willow Tree…………………………………………12 Real Myths………………………………………………14 Private Hours……………………………………………15 The Talk Is Savage……………………………………. 17 Miss UnHoly……………………………………………. 19 If We Had These Roses………………………………. 21 Look, Pretty, Stand Still………………………………. 23 Care Full……………………………………………….. 25 Temple Within………………………………………… 27 The Devil Wore Red…………………………………... Continue Reading →

Dirty Knees

"Thelxiepeia" will be available sometime in the next few days, I finished it early. Of course I'll post up a link when it is available, as well as a table of contents and previously published poems. The poems in this collection were written between 2009 and 2012. Every grouping of poems that I've composed thus... Continue Reading →

In The Lingering of November

Almost December, I wonder what it will bring with it, however much I try not to. I think about the things we think we always wanted, the ones we got, and the ones that got away, in the middle of the day, in the glaring light of dawn, in the fading twilight, in the moonlight... Continue Reading →

Maybelline Raven and The Wolf.

The year is 1762. Maybelline Raven is waiting patiently along the banks of the Mississippi River for the return of her husband so they may venture north, with their children. When the people of the village begin to perish after Maybelline is attacked, it is feared that a wolf is in their midst. As Maybelline... Continue Reading →

Fairy Wails

Coming soon... Fairy Wails Where is this hero Who is so oft spoke of? Where it this mythological man, Who saves the day, Who mends the heart And lights the way? Where is the hero Who wasn’t fucked up by his mother? Who melts the bitterness of betrayal? Who elevates all men By the virtue... Continue Reading →

Saint Joan

I've fallen in love with the work of Joan Didion. Her observations on life, her dealings with grief, with the death of both her husband and her daughter within two years of one another, her belief in the value of introspection, of sorting ones own thoughts, arranging them in a manner that increases their clarity... Continue Reading →

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