Copenhagen Tom’s Kids

I fear there is something lost in the translation so I apologise for the rude connotations the shame etched into the profile of your essence, in winter drive me home to clandestine misery picture perfect laughing sorrows searing sunlight spotlights show us the silent saints of your suffering making merry in what was once our happiness Cry if it will help you to feel better those tears were always my milk and honey the butter on your fingers makes it harder to hold on complacent warden of our larceny compliments with sardonic integrity the boys are forgetting to breathe again So … Continue reading Copenhagen Tom’s Kids

Oldepunk’s Theme Song of the Day

Faith No More effin Rock.   Go on and wring my neck Like when a rag gets wet A little discipline For my pet genius My head is like a lettuce Go on and dig your thumbs in I cannot stop giving I’m thirty-something Sense of security Like pockets jingling Midlife crisis Suck ingenuity Down through the family tree You’re perfect, yes, it’s true But without me you’re only you Your menstruating heart It ain’t bleedin’ enough for two It’s a midlife crisis It’s a midlife crisis What an inheritance The salt and the kleenex Morbid self attention Bending my … Continue reading Oldepunk’s Theme Song of the Day

My New Poem On Sudden Denouement

Hello all. I have a new work up on Sudden Denouement which is a collaborative piece with braveandreckless author Christine Ray.  She is phenomenal and it was such a joy writing with her.  Hope you take the time to explore her work! Cheers!   Continue reading My New Poem On Sudden Denouement