Mephistopheles of the Obscene Dildo Galaxy

 

Dildos teething
twirling around
the vacuum sirloin,
my palms caress
your centennial gases.

Ladies of mahogany
photophore yourselves
Abyzou karma
steams the galaxy.

Zeta Reticuli d-sharp…
Moscovium e-flat…

Morality spine-harp
replaced by morph ecology.
Pythagoras
shapes banana vomit
into guideline inhumanly sty.

Mephistopheles
fishless cradle –
spiral timorous obscene
precursor of vociferous impend.

Whose pornographer chokes?
Whose men anus portrayal?

You there…soul sun
bare off your melting swallow.
Eunuchoid skies
baked confetti dead catalogues
hush! Mockery…we’ve after never begin.

 

 

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57 thoughts on “Mephistopheles of the Obscene Dildo Galaxy

  1. Okay, here goes, I sat with google to understand some of that, hope I don’t sound dense.
    But at the end of it, it blew me!
    You wrote one hell of an epic verse , Charlie.

    1. Thank you Yassy.

      Not at all. What you tried and understand from this poem is something left to the reader to see something different and weird to his/or her imagination.
      What’s interesting about being a writer is how much freedom one possesses.

      1. The fun is you leave the reader’s mind open for interpretation.

        The writer has the freedom and that’s wonderful because both he and the reader can explore beyond the limitations. Hell, there are no boundaries.

    2. Charlie,

      I was shocked that you mentioned “dildos teething”
      and not President Kennedy

      with the dense poetic construction I was encouraged to wear a hard hat

      digressive asides like it was Thanksgiving

      jumps and squats between thoughts

      cryptic aphorisms that should be sold by girl scouts

      casual readers may need more than a simple dictionary

      I enjoy your signals of victory

      MM

      1. Shocked that I can wear a hat
        with teeth in it.
        Poetry was meant to be
        about thanksgivings dildos.
        Haven’t you heard?
        the jump digressive President;
        he declared casual needs
        for aphorism baked goods.
        How else do you get a readers
        to be cryptic like Kennedy.
        See that’s the problem…
        Victory vs dictionary
        who wins??? I’ll let you answer.

    1. Thank you my friend.

      The best thing about poetry is that I always want to challenge the reader and to re-think about poetry itself. It gives the reader something different on how one sees the world around them and what lies inside our imagination.

  2. Rara Avis, a
    Photophonic mermaid can
    See the beat of
    The challenge to
    Meet ill puke
    Triangles who are
    Squares, and
    Not of my Siva Arar.
    Dyslexia, subterraneous
    Galaxy
    Protect from the
    Truthful lie.
    Die, in the arms of
    Lorelei.

    1. hahahahaha!!!

      It’s quite alright that you didn’t understand this poem.
      Poetry has no rules…poetry can dress up in any costume or fashion.
      No matter how weird or bizarre one looks…its how the painter paints it.

                1. Cool. Trust me…you’ll love Wonder Woman. This is DC’s first good movie. Wonder Woman is my favorite DC movie. Now, it’s Marvel’s turn with their lead female super-heroine movie: “Captain Marvel”. 🙂

  3. That “dildos teething” line gets me every time! What a wildly comic, absurdist romp! I feel like you try to take chaos and make sense of it with your words. Your imagery and choice of phrasing are imaginative and creative, yet are clear representations and symbols of other things. The Mephistopheles you allude to draws to mind the Faustian legend, about a man who sells his soul to the Devil. It’s as if evil is everywhere in this day and age and, if we’re not careful, we could just as easily fall into its clutches. Bravo, my friend. This is another terrific work! 🙂

  4. Utterly bizarre, deranged and balanced with the lightest streak of hysterics. In other words, someone put a pink pistol to my head and blew my grey matter inside out with halcyongenics. Also, in three words: I LOVE THIS!

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