Author Archive | Rob Taylor

new year’s eve

sometimes you just need a good kick in the balls, know what I mean? just to shake things up, and sure, it hurts, but the hurt will pass and it makes for a great story, and if it ends up needing surgery that’s a few days of free room and board on the government tab, […]

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Haiku 1-4

1 I can’t help but hate haikus, they end abruptly just as they’re getting 2 good. See? I needed another just to finish this simple thought, and 3 maybe it’s true that all the love in the world could fit in a matchbox 4 but who would want to try, and where, in that case, […]

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more than one way

with a knife, of course or a vacuum a rope and a large stone a certain poison rubbed into the scalp maggots starvation the front left tire of a Honda Civic an industrial-strength washing machine a bone magnet helium a frightening story another cat, properly trained a bare hand and heart a human intellect a […]

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Curiosity

they say that curiosity killed the cat but this one i think was killed by the front left tire of a Honda Civic and by the way she was cleaning her paws with such intense precision as the car slid around the corner i’d have to say that curiosity had been the only thing keeping […]

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