Wolfgang Plucks out his Symphony Madness

Ecclesiastic home pieces imitation
of coded apocalypse – Symphony 219,
evening hive 618537,
should the complacent epilators
glossy the comorbidity cavalier unconventionally?

Prefixed sonata wink – we requiem through concomitant skims –
Saints call the danger pinnacle malaise clue corpus method.

Pluck the blizzards
irrational ribbed madness,
Odin muttering riddles you’ve unlocked –
engraved Wolfgang tender, piano techno pelisse dementia,
Waiting psychiatry?…your move.


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19 thoughts on “Wolfgang Plucks out his Symphony Madness

  1. Okay, I’m probably way off your clue cue, but I came up with: Bribed specie circular panic fugue. No a Fugue in any key, to unlock your clue.
    I also like the ringtone idea!

  2. It’s fascinating to note the correlation between music and emotion. If humans weren’t capable of feelings, I’m not even sure the arts, any of the arts, would be possible. After all, the purpose of art is to express oneself. That was my initial thought upon reading your poem. Your work starts conversations, it gets people talking. 🙂

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