Science Fried my Egg Cells – (A Psychiatrist Journey into the Dissecting Ripple Hiss)

Made bruised geo-ambidextrous –

dynamo vestigial,
pandemonium inside a pedophile’s I.Q.

Visions degenerate,
crescent panacea delta,
a hawk’s planet anatomy,
a syntax fever sharing sex,

Dissecting ripple hiss…


Somnolent souls –
insane girls’ enervate
the death umbilical cosmos.

Hallucinatory telegnosis
we’re cocking chambers some,
laconic virtual
begotten catastrophe.

Shatter saxicoline entelechy –
persiflage scatological serial priest.
The cavil forgers’ unquiet,
sacrilegious voodoo dithyramb,
a kid’s ecstasy, shadows the oneiric cachinnate.

Criminal, she degraded Christ bulimic –
the last drop of sperm,
the bibliophobes hate everything.

Epicedium townspeople
march towards exile fog.


A lycanthrope taunts you
it begs me to smirk twice.

Amphigory poets
unlock the cathexis antitype.

the nightmare children sing:

If you’re high on marijuana, clap your hands.
If you’re frying and your devils glowing, clap your hands.
If you’re paranoid and you know it,
and you really feel like dying,
if you’re burning all the crosses, clap your hands.



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75 thoughts on “Science Fried my Egg Cells – (A Psychiatrist Journey into the Dissecting Ripple Hiss)

  1. This part if my favorite

    “If you’re paranoid and you know it,
    and you really feel like dying,
    if you’re burning all the crosses, clap your hands”

    As always in awe. It will take a few read through’s to fully grasp your genius. Simply brilliant.

    1. Thank you Tosha.

      My mind was in this dreamlike world of unstructured characters and places that got me hallucinated with the effects of mass-possession and ungodly creatures of another planet.

      The ending was my favorite as well. It bought everything together
      of what the future would look like 10 years from now.

  2. A full spectrum of wrinkled gray matter, fused circuits and your own ideals. The images seem to play table tennis against each other causing a real rippling effect.
    Your mind is full of wonders.

    1. Thank you.

      The idea was daunting and haunting to me. This poem was all in my dreams.
      It felt cinematic, the universe yawning above Saturn’s thrown, the stars sweating out LSD,
      and the planets giving birth to godly creatures of the unknown.

      Scary I know…but this was a message of what I write and bring to Mankind.

  3. I love the way that you express, you asked me about Aquarius and I can totally see that if you are not an Aquarius Sun, you definitely have some Aquarius strong in your chart. I can see the influence of the planet Uranus in your futuristic, shocking, lightning like versus. Uranus likes to shake mankind awake! I’m going to have to read this a couple more times to totally grasp it, but I love it!

    1. The future is in the hands of mankind.
      However, most people aren’t really ready for this type of writing.
      Some yes, but others would ignore it…simply because its way out there,
      even for one’s imagination to comprehend.

      My imagination has challenged me to stretch this beyond anything I’ve done.

      I see where the future is taking humans. That answer I cannot say.

      Thank you for reading. I know my work takes 3 to 5 times to get it. Take your time…if you feel like you’ve understood something else from this by all means share your interpretation.

  4. great visual (hallucinating) poetry CharlieZero1.. ”laconic virtual ” is something i ll take with me, when i leave your nest, don’t know why, and, lastly, man how on earth did you come up with the word scatological? hah? this is awesome hahaha

    1. Thank you Geo.

      I didn’t come up with word scatological. Look it up on what it means.
      Yes, I had to push this poem even further than I could’ve ever imagine.

      The planets nest have given birth to neurons.
      We as humans must spread the knowledge and awake the senses.

      1. you re welcome. it is my pleasure.i actually know what scatological means, sorry English is not my native language , i wanted to say how come you used it(i was quite, pleasantly, surprised cause i use it often in greek). good you pushed this poem even further, it bore fruit , so delicious i wanna eat it all!goodnight charlieZero1..meow meow!

  5. you are certainly not at a loss for words…i love the effect created in this poem…your use of language is phenomenal…great poetry that always leaves me wondering 😀

    1. Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.
      ~Mark Twain

      Thank you sir. I always want my readers to be expanding their imagination with the words that I use. And I want them to wake up! have their consciousness expand with me on a voyage of time and space.

  6. Yes! I always hear that song, I love your deft perversion of it and the connections w outcome, misery, what people do when they’re dying mentally, how they fuck up lives thru careless disregard and all on a starship carrying us to DUNE meets David Lynchs smarter cousin meets paranoia and truth dining together in a egg implantation factory above a school yard. Yes I’m now convinced you ARE the Gatekeeper. Sigourney was right about you! Oh Asimov you thunder! ☆☆☆

    1. A world is supported by four things
      the learning of the wise,
      the justice of the great,
      the prayers of the righteous and
      the valor of the brave.
      But all of these are as nothing without a ruler who knows the art of ruling.


      I am the gatekeeper who loves to make people imagine the impossible of unknown & terror of the psyche.

  7. Woooow!!! Charlie you’re magically delicious!! I love this- the ending is stunning. And I really stopped to listen to the children because you had pulled me in. Love your works so much

    1. Thank you. 🙂

      The ending had quite the effect on all the readers. It’s the future of the children that had me singing this song in my head. Almost as frightening as Freddy Kruger.

      I’m so glad and happy you enjoyed the whole entire poem and the ending.

    1. Thank you.

      The experience of traveling beyond the scope of what’s real or what’s hallucinatory.
      The mind can only fool the visionary, just like reading a tarot card.

      I’m glad you found this poem trippy. I had to push my writing to a whole new level of ideas & creativity.

    1. “Logic will get you from A to Z; imagination will get you everywhere.”
      ― Albert Einstein

      I’m sure if I we’re to read this in public, a lot of people would clap along with my words.
      Yes, my poetry takes 3 to 5 times for one to fully grasp or see or interpret of what he/ or she envision.

  8. I stumbled over a few places on your piece – but I enjoyed your ending and the richness with which you describe the weirdness of this world.

    1. “We all know interspecies romance is weird.”
      ― Tim Burton

      “Some are born weird, some achieve it, others have weirdness thrust upon them.”
      ― Dick Francis, To the Hilt

      “Weirdism is definitely the cornerstone of many an artist’s career.”
      ― E.A. Bucchianeri, Brushstrokes of a Gadfly

      The weirdness of this world is that they can’t handle who I am as a weirdo. But I applaud them for their weirdness of fascinating over war.

      Thank you so much for liking the ending of this piece.

      I’m sure a lot of my readers feel the same way.

    1. Two things awe me most, the starry sky above me and the moral law within me.
      ~Immanuel Kant

      The biology of our minds is phenomenal and a mystery to us humans.

      Whatever is happening in my mind is obviously something good & bad.
      I, accept both.

      Thank you for reading and liking my poem. 🙂

    1. The word tocophobia comes from the Greek word tokos, meaning ‘childbirth’ and phobos, meaning ‘fear’. Tocophobia is an intense anxi- ety or fear of pregnancy and childbirth, with some women avoiding pregnancy and child- birth altogether.

      I had to be creative in the uses of words and blending them with language.

      My mind was spiraling down into a crazed madman. Well, almost. hahaha!!!

  9. Gatekeeper, jester, prophet, string-theory philosopher, gadfly, cosmic pornographer, angry messenger & a 100 more labels/identities. Defining your lingual journey is like adding chocolate to a cauldron of the Milky Way. So nice to see you at OLN. Have missed the Zerodic mayhem, the larcenous lightning of your language. Sometimes I feel that I can almost get a handle on some of your POV & style, as you slather on the complex terms, nonsense passages & marry literary opposites, & other times your poetics ride me, digging in the fucking spurs, slapping me with your WWII pilot’s helmet, spanking me with the aviator goggles, holding that leather bomber’s jacket over my head. But afterward, like a kid at a carnival, I ride the word whirlwind again, to chew on the thrill as you drop the reader into barbed ruts & ever black holes. I liked your lines /insane girls enervate/the death umbilical cosmos/ & /criminal, she degraded Christ bulimic (perhaps Bulimic
    should be capitalized, Christ Bulimic) /–the last drop of sperm/. I can see the title of the first memoir:

    1. Hey Glenn, so happy you dropped by and read sir.

      wow! what a complimentary of generosity sir.

      Zero at the gate would be a very good memoir.

      My ideas we’re on fire when I started writing this piece. I almost went mad. I wish I had gone completely mad…I would have loved to experience the dreams inside my own nightmares.

  10. I kept using google the entire time, so I know you put in a lot of effort to write this,,which is why it’s so so good

        1. I know you meant well. I was just giving you a thank you for reading and liking what I wrote.

          My apologies Madam. 🙂

          From my happy heart. Thank you so much for acknowledging my work and really liking it. It means a lot to me. 🙂

  11. I totally agree with Bjorn – the last stanza is killer. And what a wonderful word – dithyramb. And aint I glad I was sooooooo into Greek mythology, language, tales, etc. My mentor, the great Basho said,FIRST you learn the rules and then you break them. What a wonderful flow of breaking with your hammer tongue. So danged good to see you here!!!

    1. Thank you Kanzensakura.

      When I was going to college taking English classes. I had to learn so much and respect & disciplined myself all rules. Then I stopped going…and I broke all the rules of the English language, and broke all the rules in poetry.

  12. i think humans overall are a lot
    like moths.. if they see the
    light they are attracted
    to it.. sadly now
    so many humans
    are still blind moths
    this way.. but
    light is more
    powerful than
    dark after dark..
    and i suppose
    that is
    silver lining
    of hope still..
    for me at least..
    smiles.. iNow..:)

    1. Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable… Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle; the tireless exertions and passionate concern of dedicated individuals.
      ~Martin Luther King, Jr.

      Thank you so much for understanding this poem. Humans are curious creatures.

  13. haha – that is quite the dream/illusion or distorted reality…the hawk has great perception and that third eye chakra is an esoteric concept that I truly understand – the lens so powerful it might pick up particles of the past, present and future. There is more than meets the eye in this journey called life. Change is happening as we speak – but, the question remains is this change going to bring us to a place of enlightenment.

    1. “I have realized that the past and future are real illusions, that they exist in the present, which is what there is and all there is.”
      ― Alan W. Watts

      Thank you so much.

      I am happy that you understood this poem.

      I really like your perspectives and the way our past, present, & future has brought humans to a pinnacle point of awe.

      Yes, change can only bring one to enlightenment – if one allows the change to be allowed.
      It’s all within the person and the fight of his/or her ego.

  14. Well Charlie, Congratulations! My head just exploded lol and I will be picking up a thesaurus ASAP! 😉 lol You were not joking when you said this one would be a vocabulary head trip lol I just went on a wild ride….umm could you help me get home please? 😀 lol Thanks for sharing this with me! 🙂

    1. Thank you. hahahaha!!!

      Don’t use Thesaurus. All my friends said to me – they had to use google search the whole entire time.

      I’m so glad you enjoyed this vocabulary head trip. I had to push my writing to the next level of consciousness freedom. No rules in poetry…just unconventional cinematic poetry. 🙂

  15. You have a real way with words. This one made me think…. your poetry is really something which opens the mind to dimensions it never knew which exsited.

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