08.17.21 Sonnet (Poem)

"Sonnet" was written as a free-flow style poem on August 17, 2021 from 10:21 to 10:25 pm. It appears in my poetry book for Jul-Sep 2021, "The Snarl Diaries." Enjoy!

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7.12.20 July in Blue (Poem)

The following poem was written about 5 minutes ago. (Not kidding!) I've had many mixed feelings as far as this pandemic goes. I've cried, I've laughed, I've slept out of boredom, I've taken up walking the neighborhood with my dogs, I've thought every 5 minutes about Dad and how much I miss his phone calls,... Continue Reading →

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7.4.20 Where have I been? (Journal)

It's 1:35 am on a Saturday morning, on the 4th of July weekend. I haven't posted in about 4 months, since Covid-19 hit here. On March 15, the entire world froze as I knew it. So where have I been? Quarantining. At home. Glued to the TV and news from time to time. Indulging in... Continue Reading →

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3.25.20 Along For The Ride (Poem)

"Along For the Ride" by Brian Bolding Written on 3/25/20 In isolation at home in the chilly deserts in New Mexico... 10 days and counting! Being safe and, obviously, alone. (haha) Enjoy... BB ********************************* **********************************   Im just along for the ride I’m just sitting here On the sofa all by myself and lonely Getting... Continue Reading →

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01.01.20 Welcome, 2020! (Journal)

As the second part to my "Adios, 2019!" post yesterday, I wanted to follow that up with a more upbeat and positive outlook on the new year - the year which began today - 2020! (I plan on posting about my awesome Christmas and New Years celebrations in Texas the past 10 days very soon.... Continue Reading →

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12.30.19 Adios, 2019… (Journal)

This year has been one of the most turbulent and chaotic for me. I lost my Dad this past Summer, and that was a heartwrenchingly-grueling experience, to say the least, but peaceful, as well. As my family and I were still dealing with his loss, I graduated from college this past October and while that... Continue Reading →

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12.10.19 Little Bear (Coffeeshop Review)

Little Bear on the web Review by Brian Bolding © 2019 Pop Art Trash Productions *** "Little Bear: Fine Coffee & Stuff" is located in the northeast heights in Albuquerque, New Mexico, about a mile from my home, at 2632 Pennsylvania Avenue. This is my personal review, no one else's, and if you have a... Continue Reading →

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12.9.19 The Clang of December (Poem)

"The Clang of December" by Brian Bolding © 2019 Pop Art Trash Productions *** *** Raining down Soaked in the insanity Of yet another full day of vanity It’s pasty white out there And people pass and go And don’t ever worry or care About one another Nobody looks after their brother It’s so sad it... Continue Reading →

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12.5.19 Permafrost (Poem)

"Permafrost" By Brian Bolding © 2019 Pop Art Trash Productions       Frozen to the bone No wonder I’m alone Left barren and naked Shackled at the feet Left to waste in the desert Frazzled from the heat Let’s get some closure here I’m not the one you fear It should be you, big shock... Continue Reading →

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11.19.19 Chalkhills (Poem)

"Chalkhills" By Brian Bolding © 2019 Pop Art Trash Productions **** Gliding through the chalkhills Like ghosts, prancing around No legs beneath our knees Just pure white sheets and glistening white faces Candlelit and frozen, walking along in a uniform way The fields afire like illustrated comic strips Black and white and the sadness Is rubbing... Continue Reading →

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11.19.19 An Art Gallery in SoHo. (Poem)

"An Art Gallery in Soho"   Walking along Hands in the air Laughing out loud Just look at our hair   We’re movie stars We’re creative beings We’re wonderful And we’ve got wings   Picture perfect In every way No matter what The critics say.   11.7.19 11 pm thu bb.  

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11.9.19 Being There. (Journal)

I wrote the following earlier tonight, which is a speech for church tomorrow. This serves as 'part 2' of the previous post, but it can also stand alone.  Just a update on my life and incorporated with my current reality. (Following is a Facebook post I wrote tonight about some friends who are going through... Continue Reading →

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11.3.19 Delaying the Inevitable. (Poem)

"Delaying the Inevitable" By Brian Bolding 11.3.19   I’m just sitting here Looking like a bump on a log I’m just sitting here Feeling like three quarters of a hog I didn’t feel pretty when I woke up today But little did I know it would be such a great day I’m delaying the inevitable... Continue Reading →

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10.3.19 Lost in Hermitsville. (Journal)

Hey, universe. Just an update. (I'm pissed at you, by the way. I told a co-worker earlier... "The Universe is on my shit list! I don't like how it's behaving and it can go screw itself!" So.. since Dad died... I've noticed that I've been withdrawing from society and I've begun to slowly seperate myself... Continue Reading →

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9.23.19 Autumn’s Wind (Poem)

    She carried me over on a wild gust Of dead brown leaves and desert dust She handed me off to higher powers And doused me in her dirty smelling rain showers   The ebb and flow of who you are and what you know Seem to fade away As soon as tomorrow is... Continue Reading →

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9. 18.19 Two Months Since. (Journal)

So, two days ago, it was two months since Dad passed away and left us. I'll say right now that it's the most difficult thing I've ever had to deal with in life, but I have absolutely zero regrets. That's very important. While Dad was here, I spent many vacation hours and tons of gas... Continue Reading →

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8.6.19 Call Waiting (Poem)

"Call Waiting" By Brian Bolding 8/6/19 //   Dad, I tried to call you last night Did you hear the phone ring? I just wanted to hear your voice Were you listening?   Dad, I was waiting for you To give me that phone call To tell me all about your latest great big fall...... Continue Reading →

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7.30.19 Resonating Still (Poem)

There's an odd aura around him And his eyes are open but he can't see My Dad's not in there, I can't stop crying I feel his spirit wanting to be free   Resonating, shining through He misses us already and he's preparing to leave, too.   He's resonating still, here or there if you... Continue Reading →

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7.4.19 Happy 4th! (Journal)

I wanted to say "Happy 4th of July!" to everyone who celebrates this amazing country, along with myself. This includes everyone from ALL political parties. This is such an amazing country and I, along with many others, owe all our service men and women deep appreciation and gratitude today, and every day. For without them,... Continue Reading →

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