It was nice chatting with you this evening.
Just want to let you know it’s raining, and you were right — I should have brought my umbrella.
No big deal that you couldn’t talk about your job.
Sorry if I pushed.
I work for a Japanese company sounded weird.
“I work for a Japanese Company.”
What are you Godzilla?
That’s not funny. I’m sorry. Continue reading What do you do
Forgot the onion at the checkout isle,
And doubled back as it began to rain.
The Monday chili wouldn’t stand a chance,
And rather to be drenched than you complain.
The grocery store was bright Continue reading Forgot the onion
So take me down to Paris then,
Take me to the corner.
Green can meet and blush;
All the secrets kept can rush out while we eat.
Oysters and spice,
Won’t it be great?
We’ll know the maitre d and wife,
Won’t it be great!
We’ll have our favorite seats, Continue reading Is this Paris?
I drink tea every night
Before I go bed,
To help me remember
The things in my head:
That need sorting out, or need a little breath,
Or, space to coagulate and find it’s own death.
I drink tea every night to forget about her,
To forget about the run, and that crash, and that blur.
I have tea so Continue reading I Drink Tea
First, we start with a declaration. If you don’t know what you’re doing, you can’t get what you want.
So, what am I doing?
What are you doing? Are you running, or walking? Or, biking? Are you biking for leisure, or sport? Do you bike lazily. Do you Continue reading “If you don’t know what you’re doing…”
Think not me false; for you’re fat, and scant of breath.
Words of love and affection I spring toward
My son; and think yea, I love not thy father?
Now to my poison, no more of me (I barely have lines)
The end. Farewell, I’ll finish quick and leave
The men to theirs (you all have the monologues—you the most).
I, who brought you up to know the difference
From sucking, and being the sucker. (You did not have to kill Continue reading A Mother’s Complaint