Casey Renee Kiser
With dark and unsettling humor, Casey Renee Kiser writes about depression, identity, relationships, addiction and death. more »
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Casey Renee Kiser Poems
What are the requirements of a beauty pageant judge? ? I once thought I could judge beauty.
boys don't like smart girls they like
Spit Me Out
Swallow me whole If you think you can Breathe me in If you're that type of man
The Anxiety Society
eye contact is not on the agenda. we can hold disturbing conversations
I Wake Up Dead!
I wake up dead! I wake up dead! Clouds hang low and the sky is red.
I know now why you chose her
Nothing but crime in my throat, Eyes as vague as a Tuesday night,
People I See Sometimes
I want to feel alive like people I see sometimes, on the street, holding hands
The Moon Said No
I interrupted you because you bored me I shook you
The Sky is Quiet
I hear the ghosts stomping. They are trying to wake me but what is the point when there's no one else awake?
I long for Death's lips to touch mine and kiss me the way no silly mortal ever could. I like to play like a child
Meet Me at the Psychiatric Ward
meet me at the psychiatric ward on your lunch break and we can break in together
love me, get lost in me but beware
Buried alive twice the first time you kissed me
Quotationsmore quotations »
''I won't sleepHold Me Under: Poems to Drown to
if that's what it takes
to not wake up
''I convince myselfSpit Me Out
memories are nothing more
than a plural noun''
''I'll let no man in, unless of course, he knocks.Swan Wreck
Walk right in to my heart with a thousand locks.''
''I want to sleep in the ovenGutter Kisses and a Hug on Garbage Day
because I just burn in the bed''
''My pillow is as good as any oceanI Liked You When I Thought I was Dead
to drown in the nightmare of myself.
I swam all the way here from the moon.''
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What are the requirements of a beauty pageant judge? ?
I once thought I could judge beauty.
owns a swimsuit
or an evening gown
or has perfect teeth
or the right size thighs
or has sincere joy while waving to the crowd.
Beauty is wealth of the soul
and sometimes, poverty of the bones.
Beauty is a child's smile
before the crushing pain of broken dreams.
Beauty is getting up and brushing off your ego.
Beauty is listening, even when it feels like
your ears are going to fall off.
Beauty is encouraging someone