Poetry Reading – “There’s None Compares to You”

Originally published April 8, 2018, this piece speaks to the incomparable beauty found in love, the dissolution of all else in light of that we have come to adore. "There's None Compares to You" - Recorded 2/27/2021 - Auroraboros - Objects, and the Distance Between Them The original piece is below for reference, and can … Continue reading Poetry Reading – “There’s None Compares to You”

(you) can’t go through doors that aren’t open

"(you) can’t go through doors that aren't open" - Recorded 2/27/2021 - Auroraboros - Objects, and the Distance Between Them ran throughyouone twosun andmoon toorun tohallwayshoneycomb hivekeys to locksnewslidenever enterinsidekeep centertryto findother sidedon't hideno dry eyesno goodbyeson the slyno skyno godsno tiescut looseno bindnot to losemindnot to hold tightthat which craves lightfinding life in dark … Continue reading (you) can’t go through doors that aren’t open

Poetry Reading – “MJ(S)C”

Originally published April 4, 2018, this piece was written to my dear friend Blackbird, who is known by so many names, and loved dearly no matter the monicker. "MJ(S)C" - Recorded 2/25/2021 - Auroraboros - Objects, and the Distance Between Them The original piece is below for reference, and can be found in its entirety … Continue reading Poetry Reading – “MJ(S)C”

Poetry Reading – “Into New Water”

Originally published April 7, 2018, this piece discusses the concept of change and balance, rest and focus, movement and stillness. "Into New Water" - Recorded 2/24/2021 - Auroraboros - Objects, and the Distance Between Them The original piece is below for reference, and can be found in its entirety at https://objectsanddistance.com/2018/04/07/into-new-water/ Into new waterDeep and … Continue reading Poetry Reading – “Into New Water”

oh, mea culpa (8, again)

"oh, mea culpa (8, again)" - Auroraboros - Recorded 2/24/2021 - Objects, and the Distance Between Them wehave always wereandare(our name is blue star)where the sign isthat which makes youso farall golden yellow pink and orangefresh yetcrawling naked in the rottenEarth and fleshrivers reddeadferment soiled fed to wedEmerald shimmer your dress nowI am not Godbut … Continue reading oh, mea culpa (8, again)

Poetry Reading – “Assumptions and Practical Cynicism”

Originally published March 6, 2018, this piece was day one of a Three-Day Quote Challenge from one of my beloved blog authors, Dee. I miss those days, and the community I found here. I am sorry to everyone that I have not been as active. My life has changed, and I cannot go back, though … Continue reading Poetry Reading – “Assumptions and Practical Cynicism”