Posts tagged poetry
Haiku On A Floe

“Overnight from February 12 to 13 (2019) in Canada’s capital, nature proved once again that it holds the key to our common narrative and eats heirs apparent for dinner, storming down upwards of 30 centimeters (roughly 12 inches) of snow. By the time I woke mid-week the neighborhood had turned into an ice cream cake. I was shocked on it all grinning.”

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Death Of A Pseudonym

I saw in my birth name inadequacy, lusterless contour. I wanted to rewrite myself, locate the point at which my roots were cut and from there build an inextinguishable beacon for elevating my wild notions. The elusive family away from home might take notice, and I would never again in life have to reveal my untetheredness.

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