Dostoevsky Peels Off the Sensory 3rd Vortex


Why deceased?

Paraboloid O!

Responds: the witty Cooper…

Mascon nocent does.
Whirlpool burned exfoliates
                                        the purlieu planet
and welcomes cadenza knavery.

Kronos outers off
                                        to disturbed what.

It neurons the word weight macaronic call –
It signatures Heliopolis photoreceptor you.

His human gothic shedding prose;
Wicca’s the 3rd vortex vatic.
She peels humor,
much in the case of Dostoevsky – ghrelin.

The Antichrist kisses the sunburn prolix,
lice repetitious pun barrel –
overloads the power sensory chapped.



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81 thoughts on “Dostoevsky Peels Off the Sensory 3rd Vortex

  1. This one is rocking great. Oh ! Wow. Your brain is a fantastic place from where all these super fabulous words piece together into an epic verse!
    Somehow I like this one more ! A teasing sense underlines each word ! I am savouring the gist of this organic piece of creativity! Bravo.

    1. Every word aligns to its own revelation, and every revelation stretches its own canvas.

      Part of constructing poetry is to really play with the imagery and sound of the poet and voice.
      That alone speaks for itself and becomes organic to its natural spontaneity.

    1. Bless you my friend.

      I try to stay focus and pay close attention to words themselves and what they mean to mankind.
      In that, words can help heal earth and help inspire others to carry on and create something magic and special.
      Poetry lies within our hearts. 🙂

    1. Thank you so much. It means a lot that you read this and tripped out.

      Words mean a lot to me when I experiment with the idea of poetry. Poetry is a rule breaker and it doesn’t need to be any specific way of expressing. It’s however the writer wants to express themselves and that is in any format they choose to. Poetry is medicine. 🙂

      1. I believe you are right, Charlie. Creating is ultimate. Most humans know this, as they can create life. Yet, some create other ideas through the arts. Through those creations we find solace, driving winds and sometimes a seeming immortality.

  2. Charlie:

    I asked our local librarian
    about Dostoevsky
    peeling off a sensory vortex
    and it was not Dostoevsky

    using the word “deceased” in the first line
    preverbal grief
    you were blessed
    to have shared intersecting paths

    everyone enjoys your eager curiosity
    you are not a fixed cipher
    producing poetry that marks
    perhaps the emergence of genital sexuality

    I found some real merit
    in our last poetry workshop
    a colony of like-minded people

    you constantly warn us of endless repetition
    modern man must escape the “curve”
    religious people must tackle the “fall”

    your fortune cookie slip said,
    “enjoy the submission of your readers”

    1. Michael:

      I too have asked our local library
      about Dostoevsky
      and enriching fats
      from pittsburgh’s sourdough bread.

      Using the term “Jesus” on the first line
      pro-static depression
      You too were blessed
      to share the ways of the 3 wise monkey’s.

      Everyone loves your favorite interests
      including regulating
      your production poetic symbols
      that may be contemplative to Norse gods.

      We have found some of the actual priorities
      in our last meeting of poems –
      an alien creature that
      EXAMINES: Disease Information.

      You tell us regularly without delay
      about modern man escaping from “charlton heston”
      and his religious order of the fall
      and cookbook for submission readers to celebrate.

      1. Charlie,

        when you went to your local library, did you introduce yourself ?
        did you ask to speak to someone in charge ?
        by saying, “enriching fats” were you making an issue about obesity ?
        was there a bucket of bait fish to feed the librarian ?

        be honest, you know nothing about Pittsburg sourdough bread
        you know more about adult diapers than Pittsburg sourdough bread

        I didn’t use the name, Jesus in my first line
        you used the word, “deceased”
        I figured that it had something to do with your recent loss of loved ones
        I, too have had recent indecipherable experiences
        (rubbing camphorated oil on a homeless man was not one of them)

        if I remember correctly, “three wise monkeys” is a tab for pro-static depression
        after two or three days on “TWM”
        patients wish that they had been prescribed more appropriate medication
        I still chuckle at that photo taken at the care center
        how many gowns were you wearing ?
        I counted 7 or 8

        you made everyone nervous at our last poetry workshop
        disease and alien creatures in the same breath
        look out honey bear—I was getting the hairy eye
        then you started on movie star Biblical characters
        how humans aren’t immune to germs from heaven
        how angels long for their fathers
        a bit too much

        anyway, thanks for the cookbook
        (+) somehow it has me figuratively growing out of your solar plexus

        1. Michael,

          When you went to your local pharmacist, have you been day-dreaming?
          have you asked to talk to robert mueller about headaches?
          you say, “the moon is applauding” Did you have a problem about congressman?
          Is there a lunch fish store to feed a GOP?

          Be honest, I do not know ATM machines look like the exorcist.
          you know a lot about Star wars compared to Raiders of the Lost Ark.

          Jesus does not use the name, Darth Vader
          You used the term, “Jedi”
          I think that it has affected you recently, Ghostbusters becoming a generation.
          I, too, have received some uncertain experiences
          (Thor: Ragnarok & Guardians of the Galaxy)

          If I too, remember correctly, “the three intelligent deer” is a strategy for Industrial music,
          two or three days after “Nine Inch Nails”
          Patients like Paul Rudd write a proper Ant-man movie
          and still feeds the picture taken Ron Burgundy.
          How much did the advance tickets cost?
          I counted $20 or $5

          You make it a habit for peter jackson to finish his final movie,
          foreign or influential in money over seas.
          Look at the animal, its avatar
          Then you start with Marve’s Avengers: Infinity war
          as a cultural phenomena for superheroes
          and inspiring Pulp Fictions’ quarter pounder with cheese.

  3. Your creativity is unparalleled, my friend. Excellent poem! I’ve noticed a foray into the metaphysical with this and your previous three poems. There seems to be a combination of intense feeling and emotion and philosophy as well as spirituality. A 19th Century German philosopher, Hegel, believed that Geist (or Spirit) was present in everything, but that certain periods in human development had lower amounts of Geist than others. For him, the apex of Geist was when realistic art came into being (that is, that which portrays nature and the human form as realistically as possible.) While I don’t necessarily agree with his “peak of Geist” theory, I think he would agree that Spirit is heavily present in your poetry. You not only achieve the realistic, you’re beyond that. Your work explores what lies beyond human understanding. It bravely faces the unknown, the infinite. 🙂

    1. A philosophical of untapped parallel universes.
      Time travel in split motion sequences, unraveling knowledge
      that is far great or beyond any human to understand or translate.

      The realistic of today become divided by many or so understood by few.

    1. Thank you, Victoria.

      Any reader who stops by my page and reads my poems does in fact need a dictionary to figure the cryptic meaning behind all my poems. That is the fun thing about poetry, is making the reader think and put together something different of what all poems mean.

  4. Very interesting. I wonder how it would look in different languages. I especially liked the ‘She peels humor,’ part and the rest was like picking words off an abundant sentences tree. Got me thinking, which is always nice…and looking into Heliopolis too now. Creative work!

    1. Thank you, Mark.

      Whenever I write, I make sure every sentence & words become part of a puzzle piece for me to put together and let the reader know what they are imagining while reading and what do they interpret from all this.
      Every poem I post is always different and never the same like the rest. It’s all about pushing yourself as a reader and make sure the poem is unique, original, and from the heart.

      1. That’s an excellent approach, and very thought provoking. It’s nice to challenge yourself! Have you tried many Haiku’s…i can never get those properly. Eager for the next one now!

        1. To be honest, I’ve never tried writing a Haiku. I’m more comfortable writing experimental or strange poems. 🙂 I am curious one day to write a Haiku poem. I just don’t know when.

          P.S Got a new post. Get your dictionary ready for this one. 🙂

  5. Dear Charlie.. another well scripted poem that certainly had my own extra sensory perception reaching for the Dictionary.. 🙂 I commend you on your vocabulary knowledge.. Over and out from the 5th Vortex Dimension as I ready to fly to your next post 🙂

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