Archive for poetry

A Dozen Years

03/26/2012  |  10 Comments

Murder, or regret. That’s how the majority of pop culture refers to abortion. I have noticed this distinct lack of range... more

School Boy Valentine

11/21/2011  |  2 Comments

I’m a school boy, in between unsure of my body’s edges under my skin, sliding a valentine between the slots in your locker.... more

Protected: Coming Out

10/18/2011  |  Enter your password to view comments.

Last week, October 11th was National Coming Out Day. I saw it announced at various places, I saw friends make... more

Thinking About Bowls

08/02/2011  |  2 Comments

... among other things. I have much to say about my experience at the erotic energy intensive, but as my... more

Unsolicited Advice to a New Butch (aka The Butch Poem)

06/14/2011  |  48 Comments

There is more to you than this identity. It makes everything make more sense, and without it you might be... more

a new “I believe” poem

07/07/2010  |  No Comments

well, new to me. not by me, but by Rob Brezsny, who writes and sends out Free Will Astrology weekly.... more

Protected: Untitled

08/24/2009  |  Enter your password to view comments.

What happens when you realize everything you’ve built 
only amounts to a house of cards? But that is your only building material... more

You Are Never Ready

08/05/2009  |  5 Comments

Thanks to Alisha for introducing me to this piece of poetry by Nicole Blackman; it is precisely what I needed.... more

Tachycardia

07/24/2009  |  16 Comments

this is how I want you: slow. deliberate. measured. languorous. torpid bordering on excruciating, with kisses that keep you counting the millimeters between our... more

Protected: Tee Shirt

05/19/2009  |  Enter your password to view comments.

The week we didn’t talk, I left my favorite black tee shirt at your house. It is worn down, so... more