you were made from fixed nitrogen implicit ideas raiders attracted to the flames culture is a knowledge relationship the Divine Port, the Sublime Port reservoirs of knowledge game theory vs. just happy to be here the older gay, the senior gay culture, symbolic thought, language
the interesting 40-year old the senior gay the origins of symbolic thought fish and fish hooks a symbol that stood in for an entire culture constrained meaning Rich Dad, Everybody’s Uncle with faith and trust and confidence Dos Equis and Stella Artois
embryonic, the cosmic womb the power to create life the symbols of a culture embrace complexity, embrace rapture the upside-down triangle, the yoni she’s you they share the same genes it turned into Minecraft the gift of the earth
in competition for your niche papercuts and Band-Aids chocolate-covered chicken purification, clarification The Unstated happiness is blue, blue in blue to feel and to live forever you’re on an iceberg, floating out to sea between heaven and earth
Redeemed and still, no one cares saying goodbye to your younger self completely buried under history
Please do not repost without my permission, but you can support my poetry here! Originally written 3/7/21. Copyright, All Rights Reserved. All art, not from the author, belongs to the original artists. This particular photo is of Stonehenge, in the UK.
it’s always personal running through the airport it’s never just business it’s going to be a bad breakup consolidations, constrictions, contractions ginkgo and fig leaves this circle is really a square no reason to forgive Christmas 2019
it was a double-blind experiment rejection, ejection center of symmetry, center of gravity leaving and never returning when the continents were in different places for now, not forever nobody wants me who has the winner’s edit “you think you can do these things, but you can’t”
left up there, at the top of the world your brain running on a sine wave you’re a black belt a Soviet space dog Fortress Pillow rebuild our Edge, rebuild the New Kingdom one light to stave away the cold a nation that stretched across the top of Eurasia failed messiah; advent never arrives
dark forest, frozen lake, midnight sun the gifts of the air why should I celebrate failure to feel and to live alone platitudes that say nothing a thing that sounds like some self-help nonsense beautiful but incomprehensible we live on a diamond you only get one life
alluvial fans and alluvial plains a moment on the Other Side analyze it into the ground we live in a circle, mirroring each other
Please do not repost without my permission, but you can support my poetry here! Originally written 2/24/21. Copyright, All Rights Reserved. All art, not from the author, belongs to the original artists. This particular illustration is called “The Temptation of St. Anthony,” by Salvador Dali.