Satirical Sardines and the Weird Nobody Gasm


Infecting hircine mogilalia chipped
bikini HBO – dismember buffoonery gasm.

Scrofula proceeds,
perjury omens encircling the ordure
ominous teasing; vitriol embodies.

Icky toe biopsy cesspool
pomade according
with cerecloth environs;
pilchard creepy sine die onward
its weird nobody.

Abulia subpoena sheds
      an uncanny blue acrid disc,
         bluffing satirical pink sardines
like a soused blemish sincerely.

And punctuated etymon six –
   impugns aegis in its iniquity
          to serialize VHS
and disturb its grip fecalith faint.




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72 thoughts on “Satirical Sardines and the Weird Nobody Gasm

  1. Dear Charlie.. It must be too early in the day, my brain is far from clear, and recovering from a migraine from yesterday.. One I have not had in years so intense.. So I do not comprehend, nor will I try today.. Your Blue dots that ‘Stare into Us ‘ are distracting enough today LOL!!!,,
    But I Hope to make more sense of the previous post.. She says shaking her head that is not on this planet this week my friend… It is still out in space along with the solar flares, and Moon Beams..

    Love and Hugs xxx 🙂 Sue

      1. Charlie,

        Hope this poem doesn’t show up folded in some boy scout’s pocket.
        Man, you’ve gone XXX.
        A temporary measure to pay the bills ?

        I enjoyed this poem.

          1. The creative juices have begun to flow. Ah! The aroma ! The flavours of beat ! This concoction of exotic ingredients satiates both the head and the tummy. Yummiest

    1. dVerse is making a prompt today about breaking grammar rules? Or has this been happening this past week? Can I post this link to the open link?

      It’s alright if you don’t understand what I’ve written. My poetry is meant to be seen or read in whatever way people view it or try to comprehend its message.

    1. Thank you, Victoria.

      The alliteration to the ‘SS’ certainly was an accident and one that I wanted to play around with the meanings and imagery of title and writing context within the poem itself. I’m glad you enjoyed this poem and the title. 🙂

  2. “like blue hedgefonds/ pointing diagonally”…I don’t pretend to understand and I don’t think that’s the point? I just enjoy the images and the music…!!

  3. this is one you dont sort but inhale, or better yet, swim in . . . with the sardines sarcastic, or dance with. Baby let’s do the sardinesarcastic, o boy! Top stuff, pal. Trophy ready?

  4. I’m not sure about breaking grammatical rules, the nouns and verbs seem to be in the right places. This is more like nonsense verse, written for the hell of it, meaning nothing at all, or as much as you want it to.

    1. Breaking grammatical rules a plus.

      However, if you’ve read through the comments section its quite half/nonsense & half meaning to something I know full well I feel inside. I think we’ve had this talk before…so I’ll say this one last time. I write like this for creative active imagination purposes. I was a victim of bullying my whole entire life. Physically, and verbally. I use this kind of writing outlet as a way to escape from reality and also see the world in a different point of view. The experimentation use in my writing is hidden or cryptic solely because I don’t want to really expose my feeling or showing a little bit of skin. Maybe just tease the reader into finding out exactly what is wrong with the world around us. And that’s the point. No one before in my time ever let me express myself this way I’ve always been censored and been bullied for being different. This writing of mine is my way of saying; Fuck you to those who’ve bullied me and humiliated me. Just thought I share this true story by me…

      I respect your opinion and you are a very intellectual and super nice. I have much respect for you. 🙂

    1. There is meaning behind this poem. Those who are new to my writing won’t understand it…but re-reading it more than 3 to 5 times…you’ll get a sense of what is happening around the world and what lies beyond the fear within humanity. I hide behind riddles and cryptic words. Hope this helps a little.

      1. You can hide but you can’t run lol, at least not with all the clutter and debris you’ve put around you! I am always scrupulously honest when giving feedback and so I confess I don’t understand everything you’ve written BUT I do find shiny gems amongst the rocks! “I’m a transqueer speaking to my moist.” I spotted a mile away – love it! 😊😂

    1. This poem went a little separation from Stein. It’s more of a ‘Cut up technique’ that ‘William S Burroughs developed himself. There’s meaning to this poem of course. It may be hard to decipher because its cryptic.

  5. You were right about needing the dictionary! I loved finding out the meanings and then watching the images in your verses manifest. Very unique and gratifying 😉

  6. Thanks for coming out to play Charlie. There are areas of perfect grammar here…and areas where it goes out the window so you more than met the dVerse prompt criteria…you also created another deep space hole in which minds can spin a while. Keep on keepin on bro.

  7. Oh my….these responses to this prompt of Paul’s have required a second cup of coffee for my morning reading today. THIS line: “Subpoena punctuations –” says it all! 🙂

      1. without difference, experimentation and gambling with concepts, there’s only banality, even well written banality.

  8. An open letter to the absurdities of mainstream culture. This defies convention. It even breaks the generally-accepted norms of what poetry can and should do. Your work is revolutionary, my friend. You have so much to say, and it’s so exciting how you go about saying it. 😀

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