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Directing Arterial Spray

Collimation splinters
the gasping cacophony of sight
wincing in unrest, at each
pinch of recognition

The purest reflection of evergreen rising
and the sun that stirs its forestry

Tides destabilize the azimuths
before the vortex’s cease their
incessant spinning round

A shoreline yet tainted by the burdens of the day
where waves commence upon their journeys of rhythmic disposition

Blurring skylines caste and sect, into
abrasions deep, sweltering a renewal
of penitence, all before the wilting promises
arrest their bloom

A solitary gull crossing lemon-yellow scrawling heights
alone, yet the beauty is in knowing that it’s flock is never
far behind

Dystopia arraigns each cardinal point,
directing dystrophy from northern
most indices, blanketing vigor critically, in
crests of descending aggrandizing—shun ,
always ever sloping
Quaquaversally –

Vanes forced to reverse their tendencies, caustically marring
the tapestries within the inner confines of internal space

Rhumb lines cut so delicately
careful though
to preserve the cracked
for the potential
for arterial spray is
still decidedly in the cards dealt once denied


About hobgoblin2011

In 2012 I was 370 lbs, dealing with severe spinal injuries and miserable in every aspect of the word. Through hard work, dedication and the installation of self-belief, I changed everything about myself. It took 5 years to become the person I am today and I want to share everything I’ve learned during my transformation. Transformations aren’t solely about weight loss. I’ve learned that to truly transform you must change in many more ways than that. I hope to provide useful tips, information and motivation/inspiration to anyone who needs to make a Change themselves.

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