What Hath God Wrought! – A Haiku

On May 24, 1844, Morse sent Vail the historic first message: “What hath God wrought!” The telegraph system subsequently spread across America and the world, aided by further innovations. What Hath God Wrought A Haiku, by Cypress Butane Some descriptions make Cover for forgetting sensual wakes, while some silences

Merry Christmas From Easy Company, The Boys Of Bastogne

Last night, just Mom and Dad and I had a Christmas get together at Mom's apartment (she moved out recently, some kind of 'trial separation' but nobody is talking about what things 'are'). Dad asked in the car on the way there, 'what are we going to talk about?" We ended up talking about their … Continue reading Merry Christmas From Easy Company, The Boys Of Bastogne

What Were We Talking About, Even

Father, How did we come to the Hoover Dam Talking about politics and the ineffectiveness of ineffective leadership again I think I said they want to blow it up We were in discussion over why some find motive only in opposing, Where one cannot move to make one’s community any better Without pointing to the … Continue reading What Were We Talking About, Even

Posting My Original Screenplay – ‘HIROSHIMA’ – – by Cypress Butane – A Story About Being Hit By A Spiritual Bomb and Attempting to Find Justification For One’s Madness

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Dirty Dream For The Lust Mechanics

The shower delivers Hot water cascades like chance encounters, running rivulets of conversation With stranger at a laundry mat where we chat and borrow quarters And you play pinball while I wonder when the spin dries up Am I the gutter, nowhere? Or do I yet yearn for broken teeth. Don’t take shit for granted … Continue reading Dirty Dream For The Lust Mechanics

Short Story ‘The Political Re-Education of a Clean Cool Dude’ by Cypress Butane – Published at Now Defunct GlassChord Magazine, Read It Here Free

The Political Re-Education of a Clean Cool DudeBy Cypress Butane https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AryRw7mY90I People cynically spout “people never change”, like unnecessary political campaigning. People change all the time. They just never do anything different. To me college was a vat of political change that cynically never stayed the same.  I’ve seen dyed in the wool sheep turn … Continue reading Short Story ‘The Political Re-Education of a Clean Cool Dude’ by Cypress Butane – Published at Now Defunct GlassChord Magazine, Read It Here Free

A Short Story of Mine Published in ‘Extinct Doesn’t Mean Forever’ Ebook Anthology Edited by Phoenix Sullivan, ‘IN RING’ by Cypress Butane, Here Free to Read

This story was previously published in an ebook anthology 'Extinct Doesn't Mean Forever' Edited by Phoenix Sullivan, under a different name, before I adopted the pen name Cypress Butane. IN RING by Cypress Butane “I wouldn't know.” “You wouldn't know, huh?” He smiled at her as if he could find her secret with his eyes. … Continue reading A Short Story of Mine Published in ‘Extinct Doesn’t Mean Forever’ Ebook Anthology Edited by Phoenix Sullivan, ‘IN RING’ by Cypress Butane, Here Free to Read

Working On A Presentation For ‘Cyberpunk Day’ – Including an Excerpt Reading on Video – And Just Made Some Book Covers For My Novel

https://www.cyberpunkday.com/ Trying to get together something for Cyberpunk Day 10/10/2021 - October 10th If I can record a video with an excerpt reading from my novel in progress 'THE SKEIN' in the next couple of days, I can get on the Cyberpunk Day stream. Looking at a small section revolving around the core cyberpunk theme … Continue reading Working On A Presentation For ‘Cyberpunk Day’ – Including an Excerpt Reading on Video – And Just Made Some Book Covers For My Novel

Update on Writing My Novel ‘The Skein’

I am trying to break down my novel.. Which I have a loose outline for.. Lots of half written sections and notes.. And am writing in a prose-poemy style with lots of digressions and musing.. Into smaller manageable sections. Needing to pick out the themes and ideas in each section. The first opening five chapters … Continue reading Update on Writing My Novel ‘The Skein’