Quote Amnesia Mr. Funny Finger


Impulse against
Mr. Nudnik dilemma rigor mortis
who quotes prophets episode desire,
persuasion homage,
he stalks icons funny death.

My finger therapist
tones Amnesia
from mornings butcher
engine pressed by the debut egret.

Diencephalon internets –
bulk their dilatory
fatal… world… trying…



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19 thoughts on “Quote Amnesia Mr. Funny Finger

    1. What the dictionary online can do, is open up billions of information, streams of words created by an A.I. Only we can make sure that using and creating words can help us as a human race understand what and where we are as beings and souls.

  1. Charlie, I googled you today
    4 words came up:
    that seems about right
    a conductor of words
    with respect for everyone
    I’ve noticed that you ignore
    the evolutionary thing perfectly
    just stay out of trees
    and avoid tight slacks

    1. Coincidence googled you too Michael.
      It came up with 3 words:
      That seems solid
      a creative wordsmith
      with such artistic talents.
      I too, have noticed
      you avoid cryptic branches amazingly.
      so, you stay away from….
      and ignore….

  2. Technology is great, but when does all this excess and overload turn into chaos? Reading your poem, I was reminded of just how much technology consumes our daily life nowadays. I’m guilty of it, you’re guilty of it, we’re all guilty of it to a certain extent. I feel that this work raises the question: What do we do in this age of technological excess? It’s madness, spiraling out of control. Your words, at least to me, address this issue. Then again, my interpretation could be way off base from your original vision. :p Either way, another terrific work, my friend. You’re on a roll! 😀

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