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Tag Archives: Jennifer van Alstyne
Three days in a row, I’ve put raw sugar in my oatmeal, Felt each grain melt on my tongue. I eat it now in darkness out of a paper cup, moving Granules with a clear plastic fork. I think about … Continue reading
we knew then, driving north: our bags packed for an interlude with alcohol and a carton of camels but we thought it was irene another half-witted joke no one thought to sharpen teeth or fill heartwells with lead i brought … Continue reading
Georgie’s: The Gay “Cheers” of AP hosts weekly amateur go-go boys. My boys all talk, gossip like bothered hens, whispering into their draft beers. They smile behind the foam about last week’s benefit, and the cut of his boxer briefs. … Continue reading
Every Saturday night, my feet start to ache. It’s a muscle memory – One that’s traveled from toes to heart as blood flows at 120 BPM Because EDM travels in veins. Somehow, we always ended here, with Rico Alexis and … Continue reading
Orange crates mar the perfection of this garden: Some sort of modern art cacophony against the English classical Rose. She is there too, some nymph among the roses, naked and dewed With the kind of seductive perfection that I can … Continue reading
The fixers came to check my washer today To find three socks sucked into the motor Of our high-efficiency, energy-saving, Gift to the world for only $2,599 Kenmore washer. One of them was yours. Centrifugal force. Funny how it never … Continue reading