I Like How You Spend Your Time

I like how you spend your timebreathing— into your pelvic fire,to help signal a feeling of release,balancing contentment with desire,because it is necessary for holiness. I like how you spend your timeeating—what makes you pucker:green tea, Montmorency cherries;steeling yourself for loose hunger,and for whomever says: Yes, please. I like how you spend your timedrinking—from an… Continue reading I Like How You Spend Your Time

Juliet Balcony

The best human solution to the problem of grief over a lost sense of being outdoors,combined with fear of being found outis the Juliet balcony, a slight protrusion towardsStep 1: Admit powerlessness. Forecasters say heavy rains, pushing east-southeast,could knock it out on Monday morning,and what’s worse, lift my seedlings from their pots,and plant them into… Continue reading Juliet Balcony

Aubade for What Stayed in Reno

Twinkle, twinkle, little star How I wonder what you are Up above the world so high Like a diamond in the sky Twinkle, twinkle little star How I wonder what you are Oh, darling one I wish I may, I wish I might have that wish we made last night, on that bright star neither… Continue reading Aubade for What Stayed in Reno