Fine White Thread

Inspired by my wonderful Muse. The accompanying artwork was generated by ruDALLE, an AI conversion tool. "Fine White Thread" - Recorded 05/24/2022 - Auroraboros - Objects, and the Distance Between Them The fine white thread likeSpider legs IFingers, bone and pearlGold no laid eggsPlan to peelShuck, an ugly wordPerfect for how I feelDirt underneath nails … Continue reading Fine White Thread

Born Apart

For you. "Born Apart" - Recorded 01/14/2022 - Auroraboros - Objects, and the Distance Between Them We were born apart,Have beenSearching, calling out,Hands in dirt, grasping in the dark,UntilAt last alone we grow still,No beat in old heart,Flame flickers and grows cold,Wax wick body,Warm will soul,End again to restart,Re-lit a new,Slow death and burst rebirth,False … Continue reading Born Apart

Meal

"Meal" - Recorded 3/10/2021 - Auroraboros - Objects, and the Distance Between Them A mealButNot to feedStillMouthsTonguesButNotWith teethAll of meOnAll of youAll of youOnAll of meI tasteYour breathOnYour kissSweetI feelYour breastsMy handsWe danceYou leadYour hairMy chestNo rest butAt peaceIn bed yetNo sleepMy mouthYour neckYour hipsYour lipsYourCurled feetSplayedOnWetSheetsI riseTo meetYour callYour needYour nailsMy backBreak skinI bleedYou … Continue reading Meal

A Dirty Sort of Clean

For you, once more, and forever. 💙 "A Dirty Sort of Clean" - Recorded 1/9/2021 - Auroraboros - Objects, and the Distance Between Them I have seen…A dirty sort of clean…Paradox? Sure.But I'll take it. "Expect the unexpected." I have seen…Water running over, flowing,Spilling out as these words do now…From my mouth and from my … Continue reading A Dirty Sort of Clean

Poetry Reading – “Some Sunset Somewhere”

This poem was written in a very dark part of my life, and during a particularly dark period within that. I am grateful, though, to look back and see that even that, I was able to see the light shining through and remind myself that there is always an end to the storm. "Some Sunset … Continue reading Poetry Reading – “Some Sunset Somewhere”