Cutting Eggs from Plastic X & 7


Meditation

vision
reproduction interprets you.
Empty 37 –
exile-consciousness.

Speak your introduction.
Forms sprout
like Venus fly trap.

Peyote cells scab
alpenglow scimitar.

Never peel experimentation
from isolated re-decaying.

Dream replaced
Undertow wisdom pro-create.

Crucify epilepsy
pseudonymous beauty a fallacy.

Strange me
voices in my head point inward – I analytical Santeria.
Cutting X, & 7,
a parallel herb
a saturated flit,
perspiration drowns me in
inveigle teaches me to sin.

 

 

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36 thoughts on “Cutting Eggs from Plastic X & 7

  1. there are a few poems of yours -including, certainly, this one as well- that i believe are more than what your writing style represents, such as, the meticulous hyperrealism, the ambiguous visual poetry, the allegorical narrative etc
    it is also this quote by Audre Lorde that you keep reminding me of it, when i read something like what i just read now and that is:
    ” Poetry is not only dream and vision; it is the skeleton architecture of our lives. It lays the foundations for a future of change, a bridge across our fears of what has never been before.”
    (thank you)

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