A.j. Binash

Rookie - 44 Points (04-20-1988 / Dodgeville WI)

A.j. Binash Poems

1. Jazz Chorus 12/23/2012
2. You'Re Me And I Am A Mannequin 12/24/2012
3. In The Vertical Hours 12/26/2012
4. The Monk 12/26/2012
5. The Ghost Of? 12/29/2012
6. I Am Waiting 123 12/29/2012
7. Too Much Ee 12/29/2012
8. Tie Dye Moon 12/29/2012
9. Have A Molotov Cocktail For A Drink 1/6/2013
10. Your First Time 1/9/2013
11. To The End Of The Pen 1/9/2013
12. And Then She Kissed Me 1/9/2013
13. It 1/10/2013
14. When She Calls 1/14/2013
15. Something Fun Like Money 1/16/2013
16. Do What I Tell You (Onallfours) 1/16/2013
17. Natural 1/16/2013
18. Billing Issues 12/30/2012
19. The Atheist Ism 12/31/2012
20. Breaks My Something 1/3/2013
21. And Then You Understand 1/3/2013
22. I Think Of Art 1/17/2013
23. One Must Suffer-To Be Creative? 1/19/2013
24. That Old Road 1/19/2013
25. Leave The Phone On Silent 1/21/2013
26. My God-Did I Just Pray? 1/26/2013
27. The Prime Of Your Life 1/26/2013
28. Don'T Sip It-Gulp It 1/27/2013
29. Hakuna Matata 1/30/2013
30. Digging Up The Past 1/30/2013
31. Nights With Beautiful Strangers 1/31/2013
32. Something Special To Be Afraid Of 2/4/2013
33. Challenging God With The Clouds 2/4/2013
34. The Cock Disparate 12/23/2012
35. Rip Neal 2/8/2013
36. Hm. Sure. Yep. I Guess So. 2/11/2013
37. Cheers To My Love Life 2/14/2013
38. That Old Opossum Trick 2/17/2013
39. Just The Surface Will Do 2/24/2013
40. The Same 2/24/2013
Best Poem of A.j. Binash

Community Service

I sat in my car
Outside the Goodwill

Playing with distorted shadows
Made by
The glare off the sun
Over the frost designs
On my window

I poured two…maybe four
Shots of brandy
Into my coffee

A swirl of steam
Twirled under my nose
The scent of alcohol
Provided the catalyst
To tolerate
The physical labor
I was about to endure

I walked inside
And the sad faces of the poor
Displayed through their
Wrinkled scowls

My
'Boss'
Stood before me
Slouching
Wreaking of cigarettes

'This is your partner for ...

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The Cock Disparate

She…
She was younger then.
I remember the way her wrinkles looked pale.
Folded inside that cheek-accentuating the jaw line
Not in a masculine sense
No.
This was sexy, natural
Something nature invented

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