Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Vanilla Alligators

A complete
Unknown
Peeling
Potatoes
Eating
The
Skins
While rapping
About
Old proverbs
With
Vanilla
Ice
Underneath
A chocolate
Bridge
Passersby speak fluent
Pessimism
Pigeons play tag & fart
It's time to wrestle some
Alligators

Saturday, February 23, 2013

Chocolatey Independent

Just been keeping busy with my various writing projects and art projects. I detest most of what is on television these days. The only channels I stick with are HBO, Shotime, Cinemax & the Sundance Channel. They tend to show a lot of independent abstract stuff that I enjoy.

I got a hankering for something chocolatey and so I bid thee farewell.

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Good For Us

"Everything our parents told us was good for us is actually bad for us. Milk, red meat, sun, college." -Woody Allen

Monday, February 18, 2013

Classic

I'm a
Classically
Trained
Lawn
Gnome
Who
Listens
To
Dead
Disco
Vinyl
Records
On a
Recomissioned
Harpsichord
What? Yes!
I sleep in an empty
Refrigerator that smells
Of mold ridden cheese
Doesn't Everyone?
!

Sunday, February 17, 2013

Moss on Guitars

Fried
Beef
Tacos
Prophecy
Propaganda
Suffocation
A
Little
Known
Beauty
Cautioned
Me
Against
Her
Bare
Barely there
Weak mind
Unfettered abandon
Subtle as sinus infections
Gathering Moss
On
Guitars

The Mighty

Just watched awesome movie titled The Mighty. Stars Kieran Culkin, Sharon Stone, Elden Henson. I highly recommend it.

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Some People

Some people need advice for advice's sake. Others need a sturdy steak knife between their eyeballs and brain. Emotional these people tend to be. Well, only because they are usually ignored by the majority of society.

Now, I only say this in order to expand upon what you may or may not already know. From the time we enter kindergarten and beyond we are all conditioned to behave in a particular manner. I don't know why they bother with such nonsense; especially when it comes to the public school system.

I used to know this homeless guy who spent his days on the corner of Wilshire Blvd. and Truth Ave. spouting off unknown verbs and consonants. Yet, every once in a while he would speak of things like Jesus Christ, Charles Manson, Mother Teresa and Super String Theory. "Why are people afraid to believe in a God? Any God?" This was one of many questions he'd shout at passersby.

At first, nobody paid him mind. I got the feeling he didn't care much for the opinions of others. And even though he rarely begged for change people would still toss him some upon encountering him.

Some time would pass before I'd see him again. Then, almost suddenly, I ran into him at the post office. He was planning on mailing a dozen personal handwritten letters. He had groomed himself nicely and was wearing a fancy gray suit. Of course, he didn't recognize me but when he saw me leaving he said, "Excuse me, sir! Would you happen to have any change to spare? I have some letters to mail."
"I'm sorry but I don't have any change or cash on me at the moment." I replied. "Oh, okay. Well how about a credit card?" He looked quite intent on mailing his letters. "Uh no I don't have any credit cards either. I don't have much credit these days." "Okay. Thanks anyway. Have yourself a good afternoon." And just like that he walked away and vanished.

Some people don't know what they need when they need it. Confused these people are.

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Get Over It

I don't understand why everytime I shave my beard or stache people say I look "better". Men are naturally hairy! Get over it!

Monday, February 4, 2013

Pregnant

Pregnant
Melville
Wanderer
Mass
Distance
Automatic
Bosh
All
Tardiness
Lie
Pills

Friday, February 1, 2013