Various writings from Shaine Greenwood
I play a trick on you in this poem.
This is a poem about the state of how respected reading and writing is in the United States.
This is a poem about the illusion of human rights.
This is a poem about snapping people out of the false version of themselves.
This is a poem about the temporary.
This is a poem about what might happen if the ability to time travel fell into the wrong hands.
This is a poem about the ties that bind us.
A poem about how we snare ourselves.
Warning: This poem contains purposefully heavy-handed depictions of violence and depravity. Please read with caution.
A poem about coming to terms with one’s own selfishness and overconsumption.
A poem about bigness and smallness, and nothingness and everythingness.