Slow Lollipops Misbehaving No


Slow Lollipops Misbehaving No
Woody Allen coquettes the network –
Selfish stem cells
abuse the energy.

A slow Lollipop
a misbehaving no,
the shining twins
resurrected the jaw.

Few have asked if –
David Lynch got ostracize by digital amnesia.

Most poems make sense to no sense.
That’s the beauty of writing,
there are no rules.

I want bacteria fruit
to become my next fortune teller.
I want the sand tribe
to chop the wings off gravity.

A schizo-photographer unzips
my equality that disturbs him.


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24 thoughts on “Slow Lollipops Misbehaving No

  1. I just have to lose my sense to understand poems – that sounds about right. Ha.
    So does a misbehaving no, make it a yes?
    Woody Allen is a trip.
    & writing def deserves no rules!

    You been well?

    1. To answer your question:

      So does a misbehaving no, make it a yes? Yes, it does.

      It’s a sneaky dichotomy.

      Yes, I have been well, and working hard on my writing styles.
      I’m always practicing and creating everyday.

      How have you been?

  2. Another furious foray into flarf, young sir, & it is back to your own truth, your own rhythms; congrats for the tenacity to forge forward, bending black holes into tacos, saddling up asteroids, mixing moon dust with magic mushrooms; really dig it. Your stuff is so liberating. I like the lines /selfish stem cells/abuse the energy/ & /I want the sand tribe/to chop the wings off gravity/.

    1. Thank you. I tend to somewhat use names of famous people to be creative and experiment with different theme styles of writing.

      P.S I just followed your blog page as well.

      Stay tune later on today. I’ll be posting a new poem.

      1. I like how we all seem to find “themes” for ourselves. One day, some mucky in a literature class will be droning about our use of certain words, styles, repeating images. It’s kind of cool I think. They’ll have much to say about my obsession with night and snow! Thank you for following my blog. It isn’t great or groundbreaking, but it gives me satisafaction and I get to meet amazing people. Just be aware, sometimes…..(she whispers)

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