my gnawing companion
I spent six to eight hours choking my complexion while Henry Miller questioned his moist envelope of flesh.
With the aid of timid informers right angle cheekbones jabber dangerously.
Everyone knows the shortest way to the Nabob whorehouse is singing the Zarathustra in unison.
Dingy chandeliers hang above obedient cyclists, decaying silently and mistakenly quoting wallet prices to splendid shoppers.
border of your place
I was only 10 years old when I held my mother and watched my father die. He had been sick for a while, but passing away at 51 is not something people around you can prepare for. He would always say Expectations are blueprints for disappointment and even at 10, on that day in that tiny hospital room, I felt a visceral truth about it deep in my bones. Neither of us cried, not until we left his cold side and pushed the down button for the elevator in the hallway. For whatever reason, as those metal doors creaked open we both knew he was gone forever, and then we balled all the way home.