Category Archives: Poetry
Base Tan My body. My life. My base tan. My strife. This skin wraps around my sweet, lost soul, but the best protection it sometimes is not and then I notice that my tits are peeling. My body. My life. … Continue reading
Birthdays are actually the rudest. It’s like, does anyone really need a whole day to carb load and remind themselves that they’re another year closer to their next facelift? Some idiots argue that birthdays are special because they’re the one … Continue reading
Aero-Smythe I wasn’t ready, You skinny man of talents. I took you for granted For so many years. The hair on your head Not the faintest bit thinner. How’s Liv? I miss her. How’s life? I miss you. My Steve, … Continue reading
Overalls Overall, I’m confused. Are you chic? Are you not chic? I thought my childhood was over. I thought The Gap had closed. I was wrong. It’s here. It never left. What would Suri do?