When food isn’t a list Items to cost and budget Tally on thin paper Logos, brands and locations Registers debits, deals Customary thanks for saving Objects wrapped in packaging. When food isn’t a chore Items to pick and store Tally on calorie counter Labels, boxes and luggages Registers data, diets Customary profits for investors Objects … Continue reading Point (a poem)
Harder, because no one else will or can Dominate those past sins, rescind, Cash in on the moral debt Use it until abuse of fibres dies, Until drunk on euphoria from no faults Perfection at every stroke, alone Audiences afar, the self-made job Reliance on the stretching mind, Deconstructing the degrading moments. Opportunity for more … Continue reading Only Morals (a poem)
I’m not in the place of my heart Heralded as a platform for start, If I could slip into nature’s basement Beating snippets of nuance from waves Wired through prisms in constructions I would peel away the complexities Live only for then in such prison Perpetuating my cycle of satisfaction And claim times with the … Continue reading The Build-Up (a poem)
A poem inspired by emails I had kept for years that I wanted to delete.
A poem about the creative act of writing.
My poem inspired by sitting in a stationary bus on a field during a summer festival.
A poem inspired by a poetry book I once owned.
Another Haiku I wrote on the theme of nature.
My first Haiku I ever wrote.
A poem inspired by my experience of witnessing a train user missing a train.