Infected Poems

April 27, 2020

I slated

I’m so elated

I slated 


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Vitally Important Poems

November 19, 2019

bear in underwear

It is Rare for a Bear to Wear Underwear

Where underwear?

   There underwear.

In hair?

   No, no no! Underwear there! Under bear.

You scare bear, get underwear?

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It smells like teen suicide

April 26, 2018


Tingle fuzz

Lurking dread

Alone in a crowd

It smells like teen suicide

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Three Short Poems of Existential Angst

May 27, 2017


Fuzzy Controller

There I am. Over there, in life

Surrounded by looming and swirling forces

I’m tiny

I wish I could catch my attention

It’s like playing a video game with a fuzzy controller

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Negativity in Poetry

August 15, 2016

angry couple

I am Angry

I am so angry

I am angry at everything

I want to throw and smash things

All because of machines

and the incompetent people who service them


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A Single, Short Poem About All of Us

September 3, 2015


Human beings:

Happy, decaying blobs of quickly putrefying rot

painfully isolated water droplets seeking and fearing merger

self-aware matter freaked out by the obvious


That’s today’s poem from Daisybrain. Click this daisy to see more Daisybrain:


In-Between Poetry

August 26, 2015

In-Between Heart

Home is where my heart is.

But I can’t find my heart.

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Four Poems that Begin with the Line, “Between Earth and Sky am I”

May 12, 2015


Between Earth and Sky

Am I

Bandied about by grand forces of nature

Stay rooted

Bend don’t break

Bend don’t break

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Poems of Entrapment

March 25, 2014

Here’s a song. Imagine singing it to music written in 10/4. Better yet, just read it:

I Keep Bumping Into Myself




into myself




into myself in the dark

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I’m More Than a Name

March 8, 2014

I’m more than a name

This is more than a game

Let me explain:

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