The death of Us Rendered me a mediocre Video game character. Inhabiting an alternate reality Full of bugs and glitches Prohibitively difficult So there’s no fun Perma-blue, once lovable thing, so armed with sharp-bladed words and a gushing disembowelment ritual suicide upon an altar you once fooled me was cherished. Boring, frustrating, ultimately pointless, bleeding […]

Now I’m just like you…

I’m angry in my bones. Tainted by your stain and perfumed in your stench. I don’t recognize or understand the grizzled grey face that looks at me with brown cowed eyes. You were forever, to me. The one where one of us eventually dies, only I never expected you to die on me… Didn’t I […]


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Yes, I say, yes, I am not well Forgotten: consumed by flames of authority, failures in the past My mind – love the stories you tell, scared by your indifference fear no evil when it’s all around me primate circus where everyone plays their role no content is needed as…

I’ve been opened enough

‘I don’t know if I can open up I’ve been opened enough I don’t know if I can open up I’m not a birthday present   I’m aggressive aggressive The past is over And passive seems so pathetic I was fated, faithful, fatal I was fated, faithful, fatal I feel stoned and alone like a […]

Blood on your hands

Nothing you can say Nothing you can do Nothing halts this pain I know the truth. Suffocate awake For the daily walk on a bed of nails, I wait For my heroin to return. I miss her purple hair I miss the way she tastes when my flowery words lubricate her unquenchable void Mommy’s abandonment […]


The furrow my dead brother so often spoke of, before he left me alone to cope, finally has me firmly entrenched. Unable to see over the sides, let alone claw a way out. Shattered. Like dropped crockery. And the jagged delicate pieces won’t fit together. I want to cease. To die, the end, to blink […]

Cadaverous Vestige

  A lone motorcycle pulled slowly into a tree-lined lane and stopped. The Suzuki lowered its kickstand, aerohood opening briefly to release a black clad figure instantly darting forward. The woman sprinted like a newborn shadow into a dense Willow tree line, surrounding Hotel Castle Osaka. Beyond the Willows, some fifty yards, stood a twenty-foot-high […]