Today’s News

Indelible, the touch of the restless dementia hours of nothing dedicated to the honors we are pleased to abhor in small plaid workings of the horse’s hair shouting mayhem in stocks bonds straining against the drying out of decency we manipulate the ruins just to see what comes out of my madness is beautiful too far gone in this muddy water blues gripping the railing about the digging of my bones pirating another soul  with cash money brothers, am I my brother’s keeper of bees in my bonnet and the tearing away of starlet dancing survivors on tv surviving in … Continue reading Today’s News

Common Ground

I do not often express my religious or political views, but this poem came to me after watching the events that have unfolded in the past few weeks.  Make of it what you will. Had hope for common ground within the sound of your voice the shaking and the breaking constant quaking of home has become penultimate choice strive to come up with your comeuppance, can only navigate the pittance left by your happenstance unremitant repentance Hallelujah rings from the halls of the misbegotten veritable amnesty required unfriendly once again howling for moonshine in our rain slickers secure me for … Continue reading Common Ground

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