Today is National Pi Day. Pi is a really really long number that has something to with circles. It’s important for a lot of big reasons that a lot of very smart people understand. On Pi Day they get super excited and talk about it a lot. And that’s everything I know about Pi. In [...]
There’s this little book I wrote called Something Smells Like Pee It’s filled with witty poems and a sketch or two or three Now it’s published and for sale and what I’d like to see Are great reviews and many, many checks of royalty I’m out here hawking it to all my friends and family [...]
So, I did this thing where I spent 27 years* writing a book and now that it’s done I fucking hate it. I mean, I don’t actually hate the book itself – That would be ridiculous! It’s an awesome book! – but I DO hate that I spent 36 years* working on it and now [...]
The Apocalypse is here and it is not what you expected No nuke weapons, gamma rays or UFOs detected There’s been no viral outbreak and no zombies hunt for brains No daring last-minute escapes from torrential rains No comets hurtling toward Earth, no global overcrowd, and so far Jesus has not floated in atop a [...]
I know that you’re just boys I know you’re only six But if you make my kid cry I will punch you in your dicks.
You want to merge? Why yes, of course. Here, let me just ease back. Why don’t you merge? Can you not see There’s room now on the track? Okay, I guess You’ve changed your mind And want to come in from behind So I speed up But then you do, too And CUT in the [...]
Welcome home, little plant I hope happiness fills you In the short time you’re here Before my black thumb kills you.
Note: This poem is included in my amazing book Something Smells Like Pee, which is currently available for sale in both e-book and paperback formats on Amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, and other super groovy places. All the cool kids are buying it! He’s sexy and sparkly, all girls’ true desire. So what if he’s an old, dead vampire? [...]
Since we first met, we’ve been best of friends Held hands and each other’s hair, time and again We’ve stood, strong and tall, through thick and through thin, and We’re on our periods together. Our husbands and children, all like family, too They love, laugh and bicker just like we used to, but When Auntie [...]
It started as a little pile A little pile, of dirty style To wash it would just take a while A very short, short while. But my life was busy, so I let it grow, even though I needed clean and folded clothes I really let it go. The family just kept adding more The [...]