Untitled No. 244
[Sep. 4th, 200X | 4:49 PM]


[current mood: default ]
[now listening: TV On the Radio- Province]

Beneath my skin
A pounding beat
A unique and gorgeous tone.

Nothing to worry about,
Quality hand soap,
Shimmering in my hands.

Why are you so angry?
And why can't you hear my music?
When my hands are so clean.




Untitled No. 243
[Aug. 20th, 200X | 6:23 AM]


[current mood: default ]
[now listening: Car Seat Headrest- Good Sunday]

Car crash scattered plastic,
half-buried in sand.

And you call it your island paradise.

Eating salt and shouting
inside your locked house.

Blood blood blood blood blood blood, blood,
Amen.




Untitled No. 242
[Aug. 4th, 200X | 8:34 PM]


[current mood: default ]
[now listening: Radiohead- House of Cards]

This is a song
For a Liar I knew.

I can be your dog.
I can be your man.
While im screaming on the floor.

I can be your wife.
I can be your truth.
Whatever truth you write me.

Your word is god
Once I am dead.
What we both remember
Will never leave this room.
And i hope it tastes so good.
To lie as you see fit.

But I will always know
And you will always know
That you are full of shit.




fireworks
[Jul. 25th, 200X | 6:53 PM]


[current mood: default ]
[now listening: Animal Collective- Fireworks ]





Untitled No. 241
[Jul. 19th, 200X | 7:04 PM]


[current mood: default ]
[now listening: ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead- Relative Ways]

A Girl at the Table.
Edible herbal remedies.
Mercury fills the coat of steel.

I was looking for something in the city.
I go up the stairs and find the theif's bag.

A very bad night.
People try to stop their lives.
At last, the exchange of opinions was settled,
and everyone but us decided to quietly kill us all for god's sake.

We shouted in the locked house.
Is there life after waking up?
A small smile, a dream that guides you into a room?

I can't wait to tell my friends about the film ive seen.




Untitled No. 240
[Jul. 10th, 200X | 6:23 PM]


[current mood: default ]
[now listening: Pavement- Carrot Rope]

They are Children, and adults.
I have a bad toothache.
"Hey, don't take it easy."
What are you doing?
Like a friend?
It can reduce Nausea.

I will send it to the office.
"Is it bad?", a nod, and he was satisfied.
I always knew i was crazy.




Untitled No. 239
[Jul. 2nd, 200X | 7:29 PM]


[current mood: default ]
[now listening: The Knife- Like a Pen ]

The sun takes flesh at sunrise.

Some carried bottles of fresh air to serve the audience

"You are gifts."

Peace in the midst of fire

kilograms of asphalt. fruits and rainwater.

He dreams of sleeping. It will rain again.

Every scent is a memory,
but it fades.




Untitled No. 238
[Jun. 22nd, 200X | 2:12 PM]


[current mood: default ]
[now listening: Modest Mouse- Gravity Rides Everything ]

This is a play which takes place today in New York:

Scene One:
Before sunrise.

the butcher draws his sword and kills himself. No one thinks about this tragedy.

Outside, Robert loves his wife.
There is danger between Robert and his wife. They want to live in love and peace. They don't do that.


Scene Two:
Two Brothers in the sand.

One Speaks:
"You owe it to him. How does fire renew and regenerate?"

[A self-service bottle of French champagne.]

"You are a bloodthirsty man."


Scene Three:
The brothers have returned to the beach in new clothes. A week has passed.

A monk pleads.
"I don't know what to do. Tell me what to do."
"It is not my job," One says.

The monk prepares to speak- but he shakes his head and walks away.

Scene Four:
Inside a U-Haul truck parked by the sidewalk.

One awakens after an hour of sleep.
While he has slept, Thousands of people have died.

The monk failed to warn of this danger.

Ships once traveled to the city, and often brought gifts.
But the pier has been empty for a long time now.

Soon, Everything on earth will be lost.

Scene Five:
Rain falls from the moon.

Enter a middle-aged man who loves to laugh and talk nonsense.

"Some say there is a god."

The man gives a very long speech.
The speech is mostly focused on life, history, and sports.

"Things like the moon can be destroyed by accident."
He concludes.

And a sound is heard.
It's time to let go and move on.
The curtain falls.





Untitled No. 237
[Jun. 15th, 200X | 4:07 PM]


[current mood: default ]
[now listening: Menomena- Wet and Rusting ]

rain haunts the air of the parking lot.
a single audience stands in the asphalt ocean.

songs play in passing cars, then drown in the rainwater.
plastic rests on the shore.

hurt served and hurt recieved,
have left the looker trapped in place.
Every bright light that travels across the sky is a brief pause in memory,
but then the memory is quicksand
and the looker sinks again.

The aroma of youth.
the taste of dead love.

the looker savors fresh fruit
and then forever dreams of it as blood




Untitled No. 236
[Jun. 4th, 200X | 8:18 PM]


[current mood: default ]
[now listening: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah!- In This Home On Ice ]

thank you for your support

here I am
with my camera

trying to start over
taking care of my prey

one year since the death
We have been fighting in the snow

that's the end
of what you left us




Untitled No. 235
[May 24th, 200X | 7:13 PM]


[current mood: default ]
[now listening: Final Fantasy- This Lamb Sells Condos ]

silence with a knife.

the sound comes from afar.
crying out
in the tenor of a loved one.

the air is deserted.

the victim of the cross
in a colorful halloween box.

no smoking in the next life.



Untitled No. 234
[May 12th, 200X | 7:27 PM]


[current mood: default ]
[now listening: Neko Case & Her Boyfriends- South Tacoma Way ]

small pattern
palm oil
nothing to explain

a decorative landscape
of dust inside an attic
your gift may find you damaged
there is nothing to explain

the prayer does not end
it calls out in her voice
your weapon is unstable
but dont let it embarass you

never dream again.
until tomorrow.
Your army is short-lived.

i love you
and your difficulties
your curses in the dark
you struggle to explain
as a light breaks through the stars




Untitled No. 233
[Apr. 27th, 200X | 9:31 PM]


[current mood: default ]
[now listening: The Books- Vogt Dig for Kloppervok ]
jokes, souvenirs in plastic bags
i want to disappear
what would you do if you knew?
what are you doing now?
i want to know
what are you doing?

will you shave your hair?
i cant stand this mess
this will help you to avoid it-
my words are silent, i dont want to hurt you

little by little, little by little
turn on the fire and get to work
i want to spread this grace
please say thank you

its hot in the car, and in my heart right now
my diamond, lighter, mink
listen to the rain
armaggedon falls on fire
i am embarrassed to die anonymously




sæglópur
[Apr. 14th, 200X | 2:15 AM]


[current mood: default ]
[now listening: sigur ros- sæglópur ]





Untitled No. 232
[Mar. 25th, 200X | 11:37 PM]


[current mood: default ]
[now listening: Sufjan Stevens- Casimir Pulaski Day ]
today there is a tree fighting for light
i hope you are not feeling sorry for it
I can't get up because I'm tired
on our holy eve celebration
i see the two bright sockets of your eyes.
I watched you march on that holy night
and i drank your blood like a river
and told you that your eyes
your eyes are bright sockets
like a pair of flashlights

I dreamed of you today




Untitled No. 231
[Mar. 3rd, 200X | 12:33 PM]


[current mood: default ]
[now listening: Wolf Parade- Dinner Bells ]
wraped in the sweater from when I was a kid
the scent of feather flowers
the back yard of the kitchen is covered in its colors

a bird in the window
pleads with you to sing along
to abandon the mind.
to say I love you

i am a bird in the backyard
i am the bird that passes by your feet
pecking at your scraps

i love you
waiting in terminal 5 with a cup of yogurt
the woman reads and drinks.
the bird sings
but the waves and the wind will not carry the sound




Untitled No. 230
[Feb. 29th, 200X | 10:51 PM]


[current mood: default ]
[now listening: Junior Boys- Count Souvenirs ]
with even heart and temper
pressed up to the window
see the difference with your naked eyes
of summer and of winter

dig in and serve yourself
a moon and river dinner
of stars and hungry flowers
of skeletal wind tremors

of seeing with naked eyes
of crying out in splinters
of walking out on ice
of streetlights getting dimmer