you know where to find me


Pronunciation: \ri-ˈtrēt\
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English retret, from Anglo-French retrait, from past participle of retraire to withdraw, from Latin retrahere, from re- + trahere to draw
Date: 14th century

1 a (1): an act or process of withdrawing especially from what is difficult, dangerous, or disagreeable
(2): the process of receding from a position or state attained b (1): the usually forced withdrawal of troops from an enemy or from an advanced position
(2): a signal for retreating
c (1): a signal given by bugle at the beginning of a military flag-lowering ceremony
(2): a military flag-lowering ceremony
2: a place of privacy or safety : refuge
3: a period of group withdrawal for prayer, meditation, study, or instruction under a director

my heart is an oil slick


the promise of good things on the other side.
&& what is left behind-

you will know we have passed through this place.

my head isn't on straight.

(this looks like my handwriting)

somehow i find your name on every page.

(i am afraid to get to the ending)

they want my: body? heart? mind?


the way a body assembles an idea.
this house of cards and chemicals.

a shape; proportionately similar to a girl.

...two out of three 'aint bad. right?