Aphids are laying eggs / underneath my fingernails // I'm looking for ladybugs / to eat them all up, fatted
when i saw the trumpeter blow / the horn, my jericho heart came down, / moved from flesh to fluid.
I tell my friend I think about suicide / every night, the thought a pillow mint
This week has been one of those "When it rains, it pours" sort of situations. After a submission frenzy earlier this month, two of my poems were selected for publication later this year. One was "The Wonton Taco Effect", a piece that I have been trying to have placed for nearly 2 years. The other … Continue reading Poetry Update 3!
Exciting news, everyone. My poem “Rule of Nines” has recently been published by the gracious team at The Indianapolis Review. Please, check it and the other great work out! bam
Your head is a Lazy Susan / spinning busy, out of control / like the wheels of time grinding / you down
we linger on your hangnails, / preparing to be chewed away.
It’s mosquitos swarming and the screen door slapping against / the hickory frame as my body is stretching out of girlhood
There’s something in your sleeping breath / that reminds me of a hermit crab gathering
The world is made of string, / all held together, tangled, tripping / though resting on quantum foam