Monthly Archives: October 2012

Sandbox Cassandra

My lover hiccuped as we wrestled across the room, repeatedly, until I was forced to ask them “Was it the bacon, or the salami, that set you off so? They told me neither, that it was something one of the … Continue reading

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Taxonomy of Nobodies

The old transistor radio in the corner buzzed, hummed, crackled with static. The orders came in, children reciting numbers. “Defriend them all – no quarter” The easiest were the fake ones, barely protesting unlikes and blocks. Some old friends from … Continue reading

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Now and Again

The helicopter had circled the soccer field repeatedly. It was military, we were pretty sure – That puke green color that stands out so well against blue suburban skies. An airman poked his head out of the side door (I … Continue reading

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The Scavenger of Wounds

Quietly I am attending to you, strolling past your body with mouse clicks and strolls. Stroking your face with arrows. Clicks. You so much the same, I discovered you, a bit deranged,¬†remembrance¬†of sweat passed, you splayed beneath me, rising/ falling … Continue reading

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