Defaced

I failed to see beauty, utmost Turned into an image, beaten down Fleeing from my growing back A monstrous hump was formed I turned into a statistic, a run down Motel where You lift the bed and bring your own sheets I turned into a statistic, Cloaked in deranged pity And my soul awoke one […]

Pedal Pushing

When I see an adult on a bicycle, I do not despair for the future of the human race. ~H.G. Wells It’s a bike up hill Rising in your seat And sweaty It’s cotton candy Fluffed up in humidity It’s an early wake up call A rule of the road– Don’t predict the weather Don’t […]

Sundowner

I woke up before the speed of light could release me and my thoughts were half asleep music in my mind playing the music stopped when I opened my eyes and that peaceful moment between sleep and reality lent breath and I realized I failed my dreams a whole life was spent running, frustrated hiding […]

Free Sol

There still the sun None so ever equaled All is measured from Light rays and speeds and Galaxies intermingling Just a small measurement brings In the whole universe Just a small sample of dust Tells us about life There still the sun When you are losing, tiring, weeping It is on a fight-path for us […]

The Deconstruction of Horror

On the eve of All Hallow’s Eve, Oct. 30, 1938, Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), broadcasted, by radio, a taste of H. G. Wells, The War of the Worlds.  This taste of terror, dramatized by Orson Welles, involved the planet Mars and its deadly invasion on the state of New York.  A million listeners tuned in […]

Franz Kafka’s Divine Dung Beetle

“Eternity is set in every man’s heart” Ecclesiastes 3:11 There is one literary motif which has transcended them all—the Christ archetype. One of the most used and most noble archetypes found in art, literature, music, and more. According to Carl Jung, an archetype is part of our “collective unconsciousness;”a recurring pattern in the stream of […]