Teeth chew hearts and desecrate souls, but stand idle on the streets, munching the fucking sammich you paid for with a credit card. Conversate with friends: “Lookit what they’re doing to her.” “It’s awful. But what can we do?” Goddamn it, you’ve got red on you. Ketchup on your precious pressed shirt– never mind theContinue reading “It’s awful, isn’t it?”
Do you go to them? In the middle of the night tucked into their beds? Do they miss you properly? I do; you don’t come to me.
Go on make the dead man speak Rattle them old bones Bitter in the cold
My aunt is gone. And I can’t just breathe.
You cut me with your scalpel tongue; a precise line, fine. Oh, the pretty heart break; gorgeous crimson beads. Beats, one hundred bpm–dropping. I remember when your lips dripped honey; I licked the declarations, greedy for all of your affections. Doctor Love, you’re the death of me, slow–cruel.
“Live a grand life; you only die once,” he said. But I have drowned in love, burned in hatred, hung for lies, and bled for truth. I will die as many times as it takes.
hide your god hide your sex hide your red heart and hide your unholy race shut your mouth or eat the shit sit on your righteous hands or be killed conform to hate or be named a fucking terrorist
Lay me down in the field where wildflowers grow Beneath our friend, the sun, hung in the firmament And clouds, bleached white sugar fluff drift by in the breeze. Open your nostrils and breathe the air, earth’s perfume– Smell the bouquet of grass and sweet petals, and soil Untainted, unreachable by the big city WhereContinue reading “Don’t Let Me Go To Waste”