Posts in category Fiction
Have you ever had a feeling that you weren’t alone? I’m quite sure, dear reader, that you have suddenly started feeling that way right now. For you see, all it takes is a suggestion and, before you know it, your mind is fixated on it. Every little sound and movement is amplified to become something [...]
A rush of blood to the head Meaning that which is between my legs I lie under the covers in my bed Pitching a tent without any pegs As I walk down the street I always point the way It must be really obvious That I need a good lay I can’t seem to get [...]
The First Voice: So, once upon a time— The Second Voice: Stop it. The First Voice: What? Why? What is the matter? The Second Voice: You’re doing it all wrong. The First Voice: I haven’t started yet. The Second Voice: Oh yes you have. The First Voice: It is my tale. The Second Voice: I [...]
Winter’s approach Autumn is finally here the leaves are falling off trees the birds are fleeing the country her shivering morning breeze feels cold on your nose and cheeks the red color on your face is the first sign of Winter the approaching white figure the gloomy one of the two sisters Soon she will [...]
Out of Norton anthologies I shall build The house of my English! And its walls shall grace The words of wise poets And its floor shall be Chaucer as my foundation And as its housetop Shakespeare And as windows to the world Rose-tinted glasses: I will find employment! But out in the yard The grades [...]
An ode to summer.
A poem about the greatest event in the world.
They say, it was expected. They say, it happens at least once a year.