It’s Punk Rock/Taco Tuesday – Thoughts on Jawbreaker’s Classic Song ‘Condition Oakland’, the Namesake for my Novel – Releasing a Chapter Each Week Here – ON PUNK ROCK TACO TUESDAYS~!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOwiZYod0jo I rode down to the tracksThinking that they might sing to meBut they just stared backBroken, trainless, and black as night Climbed out onto my roofSo I'd be a poet in the nightBeat the walls off my roomI saw the big room that is this life This is my condition:Naked and hystericalReaching to grab … Continue reading It’s Punk Rock/Taco Tuesday – Thoughts on Jawbreaker’s Classic Song ‘Condition Oakland’, the Namesake for my Novel – Releasing a Chapter Each Week Here – ON PUNK ROCK TACO TUESDAYS~!

“A Little Trouble About Those White Corpuscles”

Sitting lifeless in an armchair, my limbs limp, dejected. The days when I realized where I had gotten to. Where I had come from. I had a brush with a magnificent soul, and only now was I able to see the brightness it offered. Of course, after what I myself had offered to connection at … Continue reading “A Little Trouble About Those White Corpuscles”

I Dreamed I Was A Fireman

Does his laughter peel? Did a shot ring out? Did your heart give out? Were those the luscious sounds? Is that the smell of burning, petroleum-fuzed solid materials, industrious machine parts, TIRES SQUEALING OUT. I woke in a confused equation. Dreams of my father, epic chase and spy divisions, dying, pain, loss, ampitheater rock of … Continue reading I Dreamed I Was A Fireman