Author Archives: Michael

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Silliness is good

Seeking The Light

Why are moths? Does someone know? What mocking god Designed them so? They don’t have mouths (I think that’s true) And yet they’re spelled the same, Sans U. It’s good they’re throatless, Else they’d choke To know they’re just A … Continue reading

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Things You Can’t Unknow

Alligators say goodbye. Disappointed? So was I.

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Debating Gravity

Belief in science Isn’t a requirement That’s kind of the point

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The Point

Those motions won’t go through themselves “It” can’t get in without your phone There’s plans need shifting onto shelves And nine more stitches needing sewn That molehill isn’t yet a mount Though milk’s been spilt there’s none yet crying Unhatched … Continue reading

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Dispatch From The Field

Day 3: Approaching normalcy. The histamines are in retreat; My sinuses are nearly free Of mucus, like an empty seat At rush hour on a crosstown bus. The lawn is mocking, beckoning: Don’t mind the weeds, come play with us! … Continue reading

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Folk Remedy

Sometimes headaches happen. When Acetaminophen won’t cut it, Stuff a tub of aspirin in The gapespace in your face and shut it Carefully. N.B. Don’t swallow: That could make your belly swell Or even kill you, which is hollow Victory … Continue reading

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Unequal Contest

I use knives The grass survives It uses pollen I get hives

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