A Seamlessly Disproportionate Stoner


Poetic business
like brushing your hair with a fine tooth comb,
the melodies dandruff
the left portion of your face an Eiffel tower,
Booming! As they say onto the native root canal.

Diamonds rabble bloated
the humanoid frog puffs away.
What centers don’t bathe in glow?
If you sneeze between two nostrils –
your chances of boiling guitar, medium rare,

A rectum stare, melts the color off my chin.
Rendezvous me inside almond swirls,
un-shined peeled lights –
wrinkle flames barely orgasm.

Choke the water stir my dignity.
A seamlessly disproportionate stoner
volunteers to rip the blowing heap.
Adjective to your un-photo smear,
the thief slob
the pungent cypress,

A savvy hermaphrodite,
a respiration paints the ringing.


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11 thoughts on “A Seamlessly Disproportionate Stoner

  1. The melodies dandruff! This is one of my favorites. Why? Such alacrity of expression! The way you combined words, meaning, images. You make words an art form my friend, you really do.

      1. Yes true my friend. I got reamed by a reader for being disgusting so I felt quite deflated hence my last post

  2. Poetry, like any writing is a discipline, like combing the hair. It is just doing it day after day, knowing you may not see the results now, but will. It is pleasure and pain, hopefully not so much a root canal. Ha. That is def painful. And some days it may seem as impossible as choking water.

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