Daylight 6-27

At least one prescription to pick up

Breakfast with Dad

Who did not beat me up about finding a job this time

Thank goodness

Interesting dreams

Highly complex games

Which carried over from one awakening to the next

Cephalopod human hybrids

Cat sits upon the notebook, as per usual

The table which cannot be cleaned

Because the coating has peeled away from the particle board

Nothing to  pawn

Nothing to plant

Nine cigarettes left

Web design to be done

Cleaning spree with mom and aunt yesterday

Although the floors are still incredibly dirty

They have been swept

And although the tables have been picked up

They are still cluttered and dirty

And the place looks and feels galaxies better

The volume of beer cans and trash removed —

And at least I am not stuck without coffee

Although I fear I am still out of venlafaxine

Even with the prescription

More oracle cards found

So I have a full deck now

Classical on the radio for writing – wordless

A space heater runs and AC off, although it is 69 degrees out

Chinese food with Dad and the aunt last night

If only I could find the charger for that camera

I could have $300

Or to hard reset the tablet

35 cents to my name


Thanks to my readers who helped me break my record of 27 likes in one day and reach 36 on the 25th and then on the 26th break the record of 36 and reach 53. Also reached 1000 likes last week. Also that rainbow at the top today is quite nice, I think.

Persona non Grata

Fleeting hope & false promise

     I wait

Eagerly for the weight of polite lies & petty hypocrisies

     Endemic in America

sociopathic norms

     Rot, Rot foundations, you have ended yourself

& bring it crashing down

     The power of false words

They have their own consequences

     The fantasy of flawlessness

The bright shining face required of us

     For always to wear

Or else to be blacklisted

     Doomed at once

To be pitied and vilified

     And when the center rips apart

I shall farm and artisan

Instead of hoping for a binding paycheck Punching buttons

     Or making ads

Tyranny of Perfectionism

Finding the paper of an injured one

on your desk

You say gaps in employment: lazy

No facebook profile: psychopath

Involuntary termination: untouchable

Banned for life

By Human Resources orthodoxy

You then fume about

The laziness

Of the unemployed

Give intrusive personality tests

To see it to it that those who are wobbly

Are shoved into the bog

Instead of brought back to health

And so your society crumbles

By your own perverse incentives