Gia by Tom Clark Photography

The Threat of Happiness

She’s placidly slipping down from ecstatic pockets into the calm understatement of bliss. Which rides its own horse- the threat of happiness. Sinister treads the heartbeat, regular and full-fledged. Then your porcupine smile replaces her with heart, reduces ego to mud; and life filters through blood. The little and mister devilish masters conciliation of the spiciest recanters, then smears monkey[…]

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If you were a stray dog, I’d be your home. But you have a home. So I can only feed you from time-to-time with my affection. You seem to be hungry. But you’re well kept, clearly unneutered, and smell really quite wonderful. But where is your collar? Where are your tags? You come to me with leash in mouth, not[…]

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Timeless Dissent

Sanity cannot have meaning       not as subject, nor as experience. Insanity, at least, secured better references       along the course of history. Gender, as subject matter, fed the monster       of revolt by making logic out of nothing. If not geometric, our love stories belie reality. And since angles exist in matter,       love must have form and thus equation. Cracked open, love[…]

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