Tag: Poem

  • Saying Your Names

    People have written to ask where the Valentine poems were this year. I didn’t do them, for three reasons. One being after ten years of writing them, I thought maybe leaving it at ten and out was a nice round number. Secondly, I’d just completed the manuscript and two straight years of work/strike/work, and was […]

  • Get Up

    [I was asked to write a script for the Baby Doll Brawl trailer based on my “coming out” entry where all the skaters in the Baby Doll Brawl would share a monologue about why we skate. In the end, someone else had cut together the All-Star reel to use instead (and we’ve been so busy […]

  • The Tenth Annual Valentine’s Day Poems

    The Tenth Annual Valentine’s Day Poems

    The Secret of Our Success 1. He never makes me see him pee. 2. I never let him see me do yoga in shorts. That’s it! [db] OCD VD Do you still love me? Do you still love me? Do you still love me? Do you still love me when I’m sitting on this couch […]

  • The Seventh Annual Valentine’s Day Poems

    Our luggage was late. I got home close to midnight. Forgive me for them taking so long. This year’s poems were written by a variety of talented friends who were trapped at the Denver Airport with me, and our driver Dan. Enjoy.

  • Second Annual Squishy Valentine's Day Entry

    i remember that certain summer. you were wearing that little bikini and we played volleyball. i thought it would be funny to pull the string in the back as you went for the spike. man, i was right. that was funny. I wish you had a better sense of humor. Happy Valentine’s Day. more than […]

  • Memory Lane

    alright, at heart, it’s a cop-out entry If Lenny Kravitz keeps this up, mark my words, in a couple of years there’s going to be an insecticide commercial on television called “Fly Away.” In the unexplained phenomena category: Both of my ears are pierced. I used to wear two small silver hoops in them about […]

  • joy sauce

    haiku for the hungover Good-bye party fun. All my good friends showed up there. They made me feel good. we played poker late. i think tequila was there. hey i won twelve bucks.

  • I’m No Edward Norton

    how poker is ruining my life I know too many with a Gemini birthday. My wallet is bare. “Hi, sleepy pamie. Quit playing poker at night. You look like shit, girl”.