Corn is a-maize-ing,entrancing as a labyrinth with no exit,like a diet of high-fructose syrupthat gets recipes stirred-upto melt your heartwith so much sugarthat you can eat and eat and eatand […]
What is a poem but a loose string of wordshastily configured and rearranged for our pleasure,a steamy, intense, passionatecrossing of Knight and Dame in the waking hoursof the day, when […]
Stratus and nimbus clouds,these are the peskiest water-wispsin Mother Nature’s eye. They play games. They joke around.They quiver like tiny dancers.They hover the land’s cuspsas fluffy little ice cubesthat even […]
It's Mental Health Awareness Month. Here's a poem about the value of human life, written many years ago when I was in a very dark place. The goal of this work is to discourage suicide and address clinical depression.
A short story of 850 words, and an excerpt from a future book.
This short story is also an excerpt from a future book. However haunting it may be, I hope you enjoy this foray into darker fantasy.
These jokes are original and are an excerpt of my book, "The Big Book of Pun-ishment". Let the humor begin!
The following poem discusses the dangers of Darwinism if it is taken too far: How social Darwinism promotes eugenics. This poem is not meant to be taken literally. It was also inspired by Langston Hughes’ poem, “Cultural Exchange”.
A poem about the line between healthy belief and radicalism, regardless of faith.