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Ragged claws, silent seas

The first post on this blog was an act of desperation. It describes a trip to the airport to see my daughter, Echo Romeo, off to a new chapter in her life. 446 more words


Review of This Wasted Land by Marc Vincenz on Heavy Feather Review

My review of This Wasted Land by Marc Vincenz annotated by Tom Bradley is published on Heavy Feather Review. 

Thanks to Jason Teale for publishing my review.




Last year, I saw that an artist called Julian Peters had created a few scenes from The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock by TS Eliot (also known as Goddamnit One of my Favourite Poems) as a comic. 199 more words


It's Supposed to be Ironic: Kim Kardashian, TS Eliot and Millennial Anxieties

Last fall, I started getting back into writing poetry. I would pass time in my 9am Humanities lecture by scribbling lines about my ever-angsty, newly matriculated freshman existence on paper coffee cups. 687 more words

Social Commentary

A Year of Books-- Without Classics

An article appearing in the Imaginative Conservative regarding Mark Zuckerberg’s “Year of Books”.  It should come as no surprise that in a Facebook culture, the year of books would involve no classics. 66 more words


Ceilidh in the Clouds

We danced as we gathered

Fresh sublimation of triple- oint stars

To the covalent ceildh of clouds

Skylark ascending acceleration of joy

Heel-toe the tapping…

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"The Hollow Men" Reimagined

This is how the world ends,
                     not with a bang but…

We’re just shells of people
Hollow inside
We’re afraid of the stars when they come out at night… 321 more words