Yesterday, I finished the fight.
An alpine air Five-thirty-five Feet from here North hill across The way we can see Particles clear They’re spectacles Below on the map Looking across This cloudless canyon Full of footsteps Stepped past The last five years An alpine air In a clear sky Breaths visible Life vaporizing
Things published in certain ways can influence the way you speak, think, and record your own self as you go about your life. That’s where I think the importance of reading lies, the solitary consumption of words give people ways to decipher each other’s meanings in the words we say. I could say that’s oneContinue reading “SERE Kit – Journal 12/19/17”
We almost made it Instead it made us And it made us burn Us sore Us hurt until we Couldn’t feel ourselves Anymore
Wildlands out there On the horizon Tempting to be trekked Through I have all I need To go exploring If it doesn’t fit In my backpack I’ve made up for it In moxie I’ve got maps, a compass And two flare guns If I get into trouble I only need one For the rest IContinue reading “Moxie All I Need”
Sunday came and went, the day for Mount Si. And I took three friends of mine up the switchbacks. It only took us 2 hours and 48 minutes for one of the people in our party developed severe leg pain and call it off. Not wanting to leave a man behind on the trail, weContinue reading “Upheaval – Journal 8/15/17”
Stand down To the teeth Of Olympia Lay down Like you’re becking It’s call Wind down Feel the wind On your face You ain’t never Felt a force Like this Come on now And walk along Its hilly tastebuds Spectating its visage Take pictures Of its cavities Admire its plaque And bleeding gums Gaze outContinue reading “Teeth of Olympia”
Dry blood and bone dust Make up the sand and snow On the slopes Cold may dominate But it isn’t without The bane of bone marrow shards Or stained glass smashed Over boulders while it drifts Down the purple rivers And glacial giant ice Floes Flows Nirnroots grow From the macabre sand And thrive inContinue reading “Poised to Kill Me Thermally”