We sit in silence Deep in Albuquerque, and Ignite covert love A Duffboy haiku Advertisements
Reggaeton playing Inside a love-filled home, one That holds us dear, close
Interstate love song How is it that we forget All that is vital
My church on Sunday Lies with you, inside you, us Sugar-free or not A Duffboy haiku
Impeachments, jail time, loathing / Reparations cave. / Behold, a phantom figure Haiku and artwork by Duffboy
Make room for (grief) lust / Robert Plant will cry sometimes / He won’t have enough A Duffboy haiku
A moment of sheer panic remain non-violent. It’s important to fit in. A Duffboy haiku inspired by American Psycho
Some common questions How is it that you forget Lies after more lies Haiku by Duffboy
Rerun. Run. Come back. Two romantic comedies. Forgetting some more. Haiku by Duffboy
I overheard you dropping your keys on the floor next to shattered dreams Haiku by Duffboy
Treat yourself well, Duff. Let it all sink in tonight. Make forgiveness pay. A haiku by Duffboy
“Crowdsourced fear vaccine. Twilight surrender machine that deploys slowly”.
“I knew you were there / hiding in plain sight, calm, wild / A sight for sore eyes” Haiku
“Play rocking chair blues any given Sunday, son. Sing rocking chair blues”
This is my first haiku: I sometimes wonder about tattoos and pain Morgan Freeman. God.