John and Jane.John and Jane.9 years ago in Philosophy & Perspectives More Like This
John's first name was Kalia, but his parents were sensible parents so they told him that he could go by his middle name, John, if he wanted to. John liked trousers and girls, but since trousers were easier to woo John mostly bought trousers instead of fancy dinners. The trousers came in handy, though, because Jane thought John looked good in trousers (her first name was in fact Jane, and she had no middle name, though her parents were quite sensible as well). John thought Jane looked good in clothing in general, but never told her so. John just stared at Jane in class, with nothing much to say in his mind or his mouth. Jane knew that John stared at her in class because she had eyes on the back of her head (actually, she just had many friends with eyes on the fronts of their heads who sat behind John). As she did her classwork, Jane smiled, but never told anyone why, least of all John. They went on this way for a while, staring and smiling
Pop Rocks.Pop Rocks.10 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
I'm sitting in a BART train and the sound of movement is refreshingly clear.
Steppenwolf and Heart, I'm going home.
Home to a place
I've two years known.
Home is the place where I've
Flowers are blooming, but.
They're not facing the sun
Sunflowers smile at each other's round faces
Sharing the sunshine of romantic phrases.
And then I saw her face…
Now I'm a believer,
How can I see her
When she's so far away?
Home to my sister, home to my house.
Slowing then speeding
People are leaving
For people, for places…
These days are races.
Fireworks chasing, rain sparkled racing
Out to the sky to flash bright and die.
Hopefully leave some great stars in the sky.
An emotion alluded, a temptation concluded
A relation unscrewed, and…
Just now, a vision
Of a popstar for life,
Painting through formulaic machines,
And it doesn't seem like he's got anything at all.
Nothing inside him
We might as well buy them –
They make me feel good.
But then one day a crash—