Infinite Operation
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Infinite Operation

I’m about two chapters away from finishing my first full-length manuscript. That’s roughly 12% left to write. I’m beyond excited for something that is long overdue! My story, IO: Flawed Machines, is something I first imagined two years ago, though I haven’t been consistently writing during that whole time. From Sept. 2015 to Jan. 2016, … Continue reading


Is It Required?

Must it always rhyme, must it fit like a dime, The single red points that multiply my two sense by five, Will the meter bounce poetically, or will it fall flat on its face? Given the time of a life, my strife can run a steady pace.   The sounds of symmetry, the lines of four, Are they … Continue reading

Definition / Poetry / Senses

In One Sense

Air forced into a rhythmic, recognizable funnel, Concentric circles pulsate to form a clear tunnel, Pinpointed to a canal, down a pair of tube inserts, Beating to the percussion of a closed concert. Bits and pieces bounce from trough to peak, Reflecting, colliding in a constant flee, The incessant chain expands as its last feat, … Continue reading