Nostalgia Act

NOSTALGIA ACT Aren’t you that Poet who was famous Once? That poet Who lived Downtown That wore That old leather Jacket & who Was kinda like A punk rock vampire Lord Byron meets Edgar Allan Poe Guy? I really liked That poem you Wrote the young millennial Girl says It was totally awesome My mom … More Nostalgia Act


  Once Long ago She would bring me her Gifts   Decadence Fine wine Fame And Friends.   Never ending parties And beautiful words Magnificent and dressed in Black, poetry written and Cloaked in mystery and In the eternal darkness Of the night.   And now? These days She just brings me A six pack … More THE UNCERTAIN MUSE


  All dames are alike: they reach down your throat and they can grab your heart, pull it out and they throw it on the floor, step on it with their high heels, spit on it, shove it in the oven and cook the shit out of it. Then they slice it into little pieces, … More DAMES …


  So the other day The witnesses came And knocked upon my door   Both dressed in black suits And they wanted “Information”   They tried to come in And they tried to hand me pamphlets And they tried to make me confess And they kept asking me this “Have you found Jesus yet?” So … More JESUS ISN’T HERE

What She Said

  She said; “If you ever tell me that you love me I’m afraid that I’ll have to leave.” So not wanting to ever lose her he bent down, got close and softly whispered in her ear, “Lust…..Lust…..Lust”   ~ R.M. Engelhardt

    I believe that if life gives you lemons, you should make lemonade… And try to find somebody whose life has given them vodka, and have a party. ~ Ron White