Day: September 24, 2022

The land-once pulled tight across

The Humdrum Epicurean

The land-once pulled tight across

Now tarries on descent

The canyons, craters, the crust is crowned

Magma still pulses the deep

//

Rapid to myters

stall the keyboard

soaked in tequila and gin.

//

Dried upon the sides of a foldable chair

straighten-

The sheets of an army boy’s queen

//

A world of grief annulled

If Oedipus stopped

To shake hands at the crossroads

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Papilio

The Humdrum Epicurean

To any other eye upon the hill

Their flight entwined and ended

Helixed, then hidden in the upper limbs

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The banging on the door used to punctuate the oscillations

“One, two, left, right, swerve left, spin right, left swing, right, leave. left.”

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Torn wings of scale weighed in at just 20 seconds.

1200 days to drown out the drums.

To forget how a monarch and a swallowtail dance.

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Photo by Andrey Zvyagintsev on Unsplash   Good Morning, SEers. John is with you today, and I wish you a happy Friday. As you can see by the headline, today’s post is about that ending. You know the one I mean. The one that treats a reader like they are being shoved off the back … Continue reading Why Do Some Authors Insist on Writing a Lousy Ending?