[and also in this form: MsDixon] Ms. Dixon was a drying cap; it was full of red blood and no buttercup’s were i nside her. She was one of those hovering aura dwellers that dabbed inside you though; the earaches … Continue reading Mrs Anita Dixon
I know what it means. [and also in this form: I know what it means] [Dedicated to, R me. & r me. Effort.] I know what it means being a knife means. It’s sharp or maybe it’s serrated and maybe … Continue reading [Dedicated to, R me. & r me. Effort.]
[and also in this form: Pedor there is a blue flame in my dream] Pedor there is a blue flame in my dream; I didn’t realize until then; that fire could be flame blue; and to think I’ve … Continue reading Loves Bleu
[also in this form: Doodle me free] tag[s]: believe it or not trek fiction, Asian American fiction Stabilizing peek. It was stem puns and diligent doodles and vibrant hays. I wanted to jell into the hay; was a … Continue reading The Zany to Non-Zany Existences of Trekkers: It’s becoming real, Doodle me free, to Hirin’ Fire. Well use.
[and also in this form: Reminders of Grim] |The life and times of not just any cited: c.i.a. operative in a small almost snippet.| theme: turning yourself into fiction? Dedicated to the real s.l./na.f- from my old neigh bore hood. … Continue reading Reminders of Grim: The Front Times of Ghetto Gazette.
Rubbing Death [and also in this form: Rubbing Death] Dedicated to my deceased cousin, brsth I thought of rubbing her with my pubes crawling with not crabs in the medical conversations of cliches but with bugs bugs that … Continue reading Rubbing Death
[and also in this form: Teeny Small] Spiritual exercises of winsome Dedicated to t.b. I had this dream pounce; it was non-organisms; and things that were really large; that looked teeny small. The nice thing about pens and dripping stencil … Continue reading Teeny Small: And you don’t know how to become teeny small?