After my emesis,
I was removed from the premesis,
and kicked to the curb like a dog.
My jacket all wet,
a forehead of sweat,
vomit chunks caused a colossal sink clog.
I brushed off advice,
and didn’t think twice,
while making myself shit-faced.
The third bar this week,
the outlook is bleak,
of avoiding further disgrace.
Published by Christopher Hickey
Welcome to my effort. Yes, as a great procrastinator, it requires great effort to stay focused on something productive that matters to me. I’ll find any old excuse to traipse from project to project, and I rarely end up at the place I started. I find this maddening, and exhaustive. So it is with high hopes, and a greater grasp of self-awareness, that I embark upon staying the course so to speak.
I enjoy writing. Be it blogs, fiction, poetry, etc. I love the craft and the act of creation, the art in and of itself, for it’s own sake and end. I am happy to be able to do it.
Born: March 1974
St.Francis de Sales, Charlestown MA
Don Bosco Technical High School, Boston MA
University of Massachusetts at Lowell, Lowell MA
Bunker Hill Community College, Charlestown MA
DePaul University, Chicago, IL
North Virginia Community College, Arlington VA
Harvard Extension School, Cambridge MA
Place of residence: Somewhere in the land of metro Boston. It’s vaguely familiar and becoming home more and more by the day, but when you come from “The Town” all else fails by comparison.
Favorite Color: I’m partial to all forms of blue.
Favorite Author: c’mon! don’t expect me to answer that, there are too many.
I enjoy memories of playing 80’s Atari better than playing any advanced gaming system that exists today.
Hope to be recognized for my paper clip collection. As well as my 27 rejected applications to Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailiey Clown college.
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2 thoughts on ““Emesis””
Olid, emesis…a most unusual vocabulary. Not to mention the graphic there. Who knew there was a vomiting graphic? You must have studied from an alternative word power book.
I get an email everyday with unusual words. I use those as poetry prompts. The graphic was the least graphic out if all the photos I discovered.