Short Poem: Better Days

The bird sings perched on a wire, singing to its heart’s desire, what does it say? Does it promise better days? Searching the distance far away, it has lost its nest today, yet maintains a wonderful voice, for those in despair to rejoice. Bird you sing so beautifully, come relieve me of this grief, lift…

As the Clothes Wash #3

I am sitting on a blue bench in a laundromat at Las Vegas. Two double loads tumble as I wait. The phone is at 16%, and Drake plays on spotify while I listen out of a pair of wireless bluetooth headphones. It’s a busy day at the Wild Wash laundromat. Families huddle around the dryers.…

The Homeless Pirate

The dust storm ferociously swept through the city of Vagabond, sweeping up pebbles, taking down branches, palm leaves, lifting up grocery bags, and basically anything light enough not withstanding. Victor Satie walked towards the kitchen window to peek outside. From the window he saw vast amounts of dust coming towards from a distance. The dusty…