I sold my engagement ring to a gold peddler for $995.
I paid off my consulting lawyer.
I purchsed a bottle of 15 year single malt.
I bought gasoline and drove 336 miles.
I threw your wedding band, the one you left me to dispose of, into the shallowest and widest river I could find.
travel light sideways
long for lowland to inhale sunny afternoon
tin roof laughing
river is flowing gently
kisses if I stumble
sang light dynamic mouthful
Would that surprise you?
Seems like I did that a lot when we were together.
I waited after we split too.
For that call.
A simple "how are you?"
The date you said you would ask of me.
I have finally given up waiting.
The beginning has evolved. You are not there any longer.
The hypocrite in me honors the hypocrite in you.
we are all hypocrites. every single day.
I think I may launch a sapphire into the realm of leaves and leeches
and see, if anything, gets launched back in return.
rise and fall juicy collapse
eyes joined hands tumble through pressed atoms
his beard smells of love