Beige paint splatters On things that don’t matter While I’m matting my hands Because there wasn’t enough To cover the ceiling We were covering Brushes weren’t useful So I was spreading it around With my fingers and palms Like I had a phantom pain Hoping I’d mark it up Enough to cover it Splattering aContinue reading “Den 1.0 Ceiling Canvas”
We were to purge But you were Way ahead Of me A room with its Narcotic art Had already Been emptied I was too late To go Where the wild Doses grow
Template Meaningless Art made For art’s sake Long live portable 11 And all the things It makes Even the pitiful Toil Its subjects Fake When they Struggle To create Pins to put things up Framed matte So much loose paper Pens and pencils Meaning all what you make
Downstairs Purple banners in between Portholes looking at Visions of deep oceans. Incense of champions Smolders in golden bowls. A television with untidy wires Flowing in and out Sits affixed on one wall. Smoke and the sea Mix together on TV.
Inspire A black room With walls stacked With books and televisions With endless amounts of media With overwhelming currents
Mess is Meant One place is okay To have afrenzy And bathed in Havoc of organization That its maker Knows How to decipher
Snapshot Peace is a strand of rope lights Hung precariously past A ceiling fan in my bedroom It’s incense coming off of sticks In the corner vase that Makes me tranquil How the wires coursing all about My floor and walls power A lit up reel-to-reel Empty album cases on shelves Implosions of light toContinue reading “Snapshot”
Zoning Out Across the room glances gazing across the room from one side to the other, eyes meet for a moment before timidly darting away. What are we looking at?
Blueprints For the first bedroom we will center the bed on the left wall and clutter every surface with prints of old pop stars and album covers and write with Sharpies on the headboard some sweet musings. There will be a rickety ceiling fan from the sixties to slowly spin beside blinds that cracked fromContinue reading “Blueprints”