Poems

Dreams

Acceptance as Defiance

All For Two, & One For All

Alienation

All of this is temporary*

Amamorphosis

Beyond Idempotence

Constant inconstancy

Cassandra

Dancing

Die, & be forgotten…

Flowers & fate

Here in the Light

Here we’re allowed*

Inside//Outside

“I remember when we were young”*

Language Games

Losers of the world

Multitudes stand in my mind*

Nothing is Sacred

On the Radio

Please pretend that you understand

Rejoice & Complain

Salvation

Sand Mandala

Thanatos & Eros

The Body, Mind, & Lies

The City at Night

The Days Flow Away…

The Dream

The Gaze

The Kingdom of Context

“the limitless duration of that which existed”*

The Möbius strip

The Self

The World Outside…

What we cannot talk about…

What we can see

Writing


Nightmares

Acedia

“…a greater weight in the region of her heart.”*

Bipolarity in Post-Modernity

Bipolarity in Post-Modernity Part ii

Different colours, different shades*

Do’s & Don’ts

Empty Today

#First World Problems

Funereal Debauch of the Mind*

Here, there, everywhere*

I don’t know, do you?

King Panic

Melancholia

Mythology

Not Tonight

Pathétique

The desperation of a present absence

The Eyes of Death

The Madness of Crowds

The marionette parade

There is a robot that lives in my brain*

The War

This is how we live now (if you were born after 1984)

Trauma

Unsaved Document

“When night comes black”*

Zabbaleen


Love // Sex // Regret

A Beautiful Lie

A dream I think I once had

All For Two, & One For All

A Moment

A rainbow unweaved

Bonne nuit mon amour

Broken corollas

Desire

Dreaming of You*

Eros & Philia

Escape

Evergreen

Excuses

Rivers of Gold

I remember…

…I used to sit smoking on the windowsill of your bedroom window, not knowing anything…

Lost Futures

Lovers & Liars

Memory

Mi fea, eres una castaña despeinada*

Mourning & Modern Knowledge

Never let me forget…

Our Silences

Pause, & add your own intentions…

I remember…

Rain

Sheltered & Protected

“That’s how we deal with boys like me”*

The City at Night

The Moon

The Winter

Today

Tonight

Uncertain & Afraid

Wildflower in an Indian Summer

Your Daughter

You speak French to me

You Speak French to Me part ii