• Solving for x

    I found you in equations, and I am no mathematician, but there was an elegance in the simple proof of us. I sought to derive your truest meaning. Yet, asymptomatic, we failed to intersect. III. Incongruent, Neither complementary nor supplementary. We were shapes longing to unfold. I found you in equations, but I have words, […]

  • Persephone

    Honeyed sap rising in our skin, mango sweet flesh over rind, everything I had was yours, and you in turn were mine. Late summer plum oozing sickly, at our ripest, we began to die. Sun blushed, wind weathered, over fallen fruit, Mother Nature won’t cry. The quiet earth swallowed our words with salt and grit. […]

  • Sapiosexual

    I will fall in love with the places you have been with the light and the warmth that sings from your skin. With the stories and songs you whisper at night, your hand in mine, vines entwined tight. I will remember your bones, shapes under silk. spheres and prisms soaked with milk. But most of […]

  • Shelved

    there’s a wooden shelf in your room on it, a red accounting book the major you cast off last year when numbers failed you for the first time. “the alchemist” the book you preached and I pretended to love because it meant I was part of an intended future. an empty bottle of the beer, […]

  • Road Trip

    six cylinders crashing and kicking against a rusted husk. Sunset-streaked seams and ochre-daubed rims dull in the fading light. the air is warm and the path stretches on.

  • Muscle Memory

    It’s been almost a year from your crooked grin and knobby knees, the hollow in the chest that ran in your family. I can still remember every inch, close my eyes and travel the soft peaks and golden valleys, a foreign country made familiar. Your voice is the rhyme that’s stuck in my head, the […]

  • Nice to meet you

    Grasping, lust blushed palms, smoky, perfumed hair, and lips that gleam and flash in the pinot noir half light. Sweat smeared eyes, midnight still clinging to our fingertips, the comfort in unfamiliar sheets. Outside, the dawn cuts taut star strings one by one. We awake, and make our introductions.