“I still exist”

– What Dreams May Come

I’ve constructed familiarity around pages upon pages but somewhere amongst changing leaves, my eyes grew weary of hope and hardened through apathy, illuminating the chapters that move too swiftly to recognize they’re subtle yet inevitable transformations.
Bleeding paper planes floating underwater through years of spinning atoms.
This pen is not my own.
These pages were fashioned by stories upon stories.
Fables are our family.
Our rocks skip better at night.

Dirt bag sick day.

Dirt bag sick day.

live&learn

live&learn

Ceasing to exist may not leave this harsh air as clean as we’ll remember but as we’ve fought our demons before, it was always a boat shy of an ore situation. Circles. Upon circles.
Bread crumbs by our bed sides. Leaving on our hall lights.

“And all at once
The breath we breathed
Fell amongst a dry crunch
Of autumn leaves
That we would otherwise ignore
But today our eyes were cast beneath,
Our feet.”