Monthly Archives: September 2017

Killing Time at the Tate

Brand new poem, ode to my favorite art museum…but there’s more Killing Time at the Tate Visiting the Tate Modern For the umpteenth time Like all my London shows Kipping at Luna Simone Taking the tube from Pimlico Hours before … Continue reading

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Exactly

Hello friends!  Recently I thought I’d try my hand at some Flash Fiction. It’s a good challenge, because you have to write super tight to tell a story in 50 ,100, or 300 words. Here’s a new piece, “Exactly”, that  … Continue reading

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Impermanence

Here’s one I started a long time ago and just got around to finishing . Enjoy. Impermanence Visiting my parents I stay in my childhood home Which is nothing like my childhood home In the same way I am nothing … Continue reading

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Bits and Bobs and “The Wave”

Happy September everyone. Been busy working, writing, resisting; hanging with Jude, catching up with old friends across the pond, teaching my boy how to drive a bit and poof, now he’s a sophomore at USN. As the temperature heats up … Continue reading

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