Rated R for Epileptic Milkshake, Coiled Galimatias, & a Conclusion of the Scry Trampoline


Anti-paprika milkshake doomsday.

mojo conclusion.

trampoline rated-r.

galimatias whiskey.
trichromatic epileptic scry.

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24 thoughts on “Rated R for Epileptic Milkshake, Coiled Galimatias, & a Conclusion of the Scry Trampoline

    1. I’m back! I had to finish my 2nd book. I got good news…my 2nd book is officially finished and ready to get published independently by early of 2019.

      Plus, I’m working on my 3rd book which will be a closed trilogy that connects everything from my 1st book to the 2nd. 🙂

    1. Thank you, Holly.

      Like always – I use the Cut up Technique inspired by William S Burroughs.
      Sometimes I think he is guiding my writing to a different path.

      Anyway, my theory to this writing is my nightmares, however, I thought about cutting up my nightmares and re-arranging them into a collective poetic trip. And the reason for this is to shield myself from any bad dreams or bad energy. That’s why I love cutting up all my work to protect me from those terrible entities.

  1. A really disgusting sounding milkshake. Yet there is logic and its a foreboding in this poem.
    It’s a modern day mash up of a Shakespearean thought, where he uses the 3 witches in the opening scene of MacBeth:
    “Toad, that under cold stone
    Days and nights has thirty-one
    Swelter’d venom sleeping got,
    Boil thou first i’ the charmed pot.”

    1. You are right, Resa.

      When I cut my poems up and re-arrange every phrase in my work. The future leaks. As William Burroughs would put it nicely. Something is coming and the answers are read by everyone in this poem. What it might be? who knows.

      I like the referencing of MacBeth. 🙂

      Stay tune for my other new poem tomorrow morning. 🙂 The title will speak for itself. 🙂

    1. hahahaha!!! I’m glad that last line with the anti-paprika soup got you hooked. 🙂

      In all my work I use the Cut up method. I believe just as burroughs did too, that when one cuts up his/or her work we re-arrange everything and by the end, the results are random and the future is presented to us. 🙂

      Stay tune for my next post tomorrow morning. By the way, I’m currently following your blog and I will stop by and read your work. 🙂

        1. Trust me. You’ll enjoy reading William Burroughs his from the beat generation. I recommend reading ‘Nova Express’, ‘The Soft Machine’, & ‘The Ticket that Exploded’. oh! and he’s also known for his other book ‘Naked Lunch’.

  2. Always feels good to read one of your poems, Charliezero! 🙂 They are a palate cleanser after all the sameness. Sorry it take me so long to read, I keep getting migraines from my computer. “(doppleganger frown)”

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