Last night I fell asleep before you came home. I dragged the dog out for a walk but he hates the cold as much as I do. He pissed all over the kitchen floor, he despises being alone. He ate snacks before bedtime wallowing in loneliness. You wanted to have sex while I had creative writing on my mind. My blue journal sprawled between my … Continue reading Woodnotes


I mostly watched the singer shake away his age as it caught up with him and nothing seemed to impress us anymore besides one hundred dollar bills and vodka shots. The youth left us with our past. Our ten percent shot at another night of bringing back the days. All the drunken sailors tried to get their hands on us but we have to try … Continue reading Metropolis