Midnight Snack | Vera Bonny

She couldn’t remember if it was the unwavering pangs of hunger that woke her up, or the fact that she had slept late. Something definitely startled her out of sleep. She sat up clutching the...

Dawn, and Fresh Starts

Like stars that die at night, The few, who through the timeout of moonlight Learn to lower their light bulbs Let the past be my water gulps. That when these knees decide to pray They’d answer...

For The Silent Ones

As silent as still water, Ants and ant-eaters accelerate to the alter. The ants silently singing sad songs, The ant eaters: creeping snakes with tongues. Chaos as the antennas disperse In silent...

Needs Will All Disappear

In vain we’d preach to these heads Scalps that are immorally moral Those with needs that need nothing Friends who are now perfect strangers Whose collars were attached to your own But because...

Perfect Pitch

Reach or be transfixed in your post Teach or be redundant the most Preach to save the sinner we know Each with a code, reach with a creed Pitch for the lumpen to be freed. Write on billboards, write...

The Door Opens At Both Sides

That one with a steep knob is no different from the light bulb. Hose to the sojourner is a followership’ beyond bother. This same door opens at both sides To reveal the taste of dust and the shape of...