- ode to all the dead earthworms
Double-winged dragonfly resting on live wire takes flight while cicadas in trees make rattlesnake noises and Coco chasing carpets of grasshoppers eating every one she catches — pawing biting crunching — insectoid legs dangling between canine teeth, contented.
Squirrels don’t seem to mind the birds in trees or cars speeding down roads coming at them forty miles per hour as you slam on the brakes
Digital lives are forgotten lives
She likes it deep. She likes it analog. Ink stains on sheets of paper. Wipe away the mess with typewriter ribbons and lace. Your USB keys will not survive the coming apocalypse. Nothing to plug into. You might as well be writing on toilet paper. Meanwhile the laughing cave paintings in France and drunken hieroglyphs […]
Rotting beneath a languid sun we are as junkies on the nod…dozing…eyes half-shut. And the sound of waves in the distance. Pulsating rhythm keeping time with each heartbeat. You can feel it in your ears. The hand of God moves gently across the water. Crystalline blue ocean mother nature. Geologic masterpiece of space and time. […]