A Cuckoos Jaw is Vacancy for Jigsaw Plasma


Tetris cuckoos
a pedipalp yell.

– Spherical!

– Vacancy!

Buccal manipulating century/
jigsaw nuclei
suint verruca,

 Corpuscle venomous!

Vavasour skeletal

Astrophysical irrupt tumor incubation!

Break mixed-species
the gooey flock
the supreme plasma,

My Jaw nested trilithon

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92 thoughts on “A Cuckoos Jaw is Vacancy for Jigsaw Plasma

  1. Eeeeewwwww this is awesome, Charlie. More fun fun ,mad crazy fun words with stupendous meanings . Now, my world to discover with your verse.

  2. It’s been a long time since I saw the word “tetris.” I can’t claim to make any sense of what you wrote, but it sure is fun to read! 🙂

  3. ………………………Charlie,

    you are standing in line
    and they ask you to bend
    for astrophysical incubation
    (+) waiting to take a shower at the truck stop
    (+) in the backroom of a illegal OB/GYN office

    otherwise, bend to astrophysical incubation nuclei

    you may place the blame on your parents
    or the clerk at the Dollar Store
    that caught you shoplifting

    otherwise, bend to astrophysical incubation nuclei

    just think, fictional words
    that somehow mirror your private thoughts
    your irony, language through language
    how great the division
    between what you write
    and what others read ?
    how great the division
    between what you write
    and what others read ?

    otherwise, bend to astrophysical incubation nuclei

    1. You may be division shower thought blame.
      Language standing otherwise fictional –
      waiting for incubation astrophysical clerk,
      great irony to propose –
      you’ll have to settle for scotch tape.

      The mirror nuclei – deemed truck shop store –
      has caught words flinching,
      the illuminati dollar shoplifts
      protoelectric tsunami biscuits.

      Strange thing…you’ve never considered Timothy Leary as god one.

    1. It’s quite alright. I don’t expect for anyone to understand my work. All I care about is if people read it and see the visuals for what it is…or love the vocabulary then I’m happy in my heart. 🙂

      Glad you enjoyed the vocabulary. 🙂

  4. I never claim to understand these poems but I love the exchange between Multiplemichael and you because, that, I have some sense of what’s going on!

    1. It’s alright. Like I tell my readers – I don’t expect for anyone to understand my poems. As long as the reader loves or likes the visuals, phrases, or the words themselves, then I’m a happy person as can be.

      Yes, Michael and I – have a lot of fun exchanging dialogues back and forth. 🙂

        1. That’s why I enjoy reading what my readers take on my poem means to them or what they get from it. I don’t really explain my work too often, its like the old saying, ‘Let the movies themselves speak for themselves.’ Maybe I’m quoting it wrong but it makes a whole lot of sense. 🙂

  5. Another entertaining verbal mouth exercise of tongue twisting of vowels and consonants!… I never pretend to understand any of this, But its certainly unique as are you..
    Many thanks my friend for your musical gift recently and sending well wishes your way my friend..
    Much Love.. 🙂

    1. So happy and my heart warms that you’ve enjoyed the words and dialect of this visual collage of poetry.

      I just seek to always re-invent my vocabulary and find a new ground to what poetry looks like or would be in the future.

  6. I too think it’s a great idea to couple your poems with some imaginative drawings. A book that would make a unique piece of art! I hope you will be able to find someone to put your words into pictures.

        1. Yea, hopefully soon enough. I don’t know how much time I have left in me. The reason I say this and share with you is I’ve been having dreams about death. It’s a nightmare that sometimes I can’t sleep at times or I’m too afraid to go to sleep.

          All these dreams have been effecting me ever since I lost my grandpa and my mother-in-law. I saw my grandpa take his last breath right in front of me. It has messed me up ‘dream’ wise of course…but I try my best to overcome it and I do a lot of reading, writing, and watch a lot of Superhero movies to try at least for me not to think about death. Anyway, that’s all i have to share with you. Don’t worry…I’m fine right now…I’m actually having a good day today and this weekend will be so good and fun. My birthday is coming up next week. So that’s awesome! 🙂

          1. I am sorry you had this experience, Charlie. Losing loved ones is hard, and inevitably makes us think about death and what we’d like to do with the time we have left. I am honored you shared these thoughts with me, and glad to hear you had a good day and that your birthday is coming soon. Are you having a party?

            1. Very true in your statement.

              No, party…I don’t believe in them. Back in my days I tried to throw a party but no one showed up and lots of food gone to waste. Only my family went and this 1 friend of mine. Never again. The only people that will show up are family and that’s it.

              Anyway, what are you plans for the weekend?

              1. Nothing special, stay at home with my partner and have a quiet time.

                I like parties very much, provided they aren’t mine I always celebrate birthdays with few close friends.

    1. Exactly right my friend. Words can be used as collages when it comes to poetry or sci-fi itself.
      The mind bends further as the readers themselves get tangled in the mind of the author.
      Its the creative challenge that dawns the writer themselves into getting the readers to be in the authors world.

      Cool huh?

  7. I was snagged at /jigsaw vacancy chambers/. Your Flarf style, as always, is dazzling, challenging and enigmatic. It’s always a journey from Wonderland to Dogtown, by way of Uranis. I assume that many of the words are of your creation; if not, kudos to your scholastic skills

    1. When it comes to the ‘Cut Up Technique’, I tend to always be ahead of poetry itself…because I want my readers to see what poetry would be like 20 to 50 years from now. And this is the result of what enigmas lie ahead.

      Thank you so much for reading and taking on your interpretation on the matter. 🙂

    1. Thank you, Candy.

      Indeed, my work takes any reader toward that otherworldly destinations.
      My love for experimenting with words is a big factor into what or how far I can push language and my imagination.

      So glad you’ve enjoyed the read. 🙂

  8. Well I can safely say I have never come across someone who writes like you, Charlie! I have to admit, I’m not quite sure what your poem is saying…my brain just can’t seem to make heads or tails of your poetry but it definitely is an adventure to read nonetheless 😀

    1. Thank you Jade for your wonderful comment.

      Well, since your new to my page…I write strange and experimental poetry. I use what is called ‘Cut up Technique’, a term that brion gysin & William S Burroughs coined back in the 60’s. Basically, I randomize my own writing and words and the end result is what you’ve read here. A lot of them are my own weird dreams and I try to make sense of them by experimenting as much as I can with images & language.

      I like to think I’m ahead of everyone when it comes to writing this type of poetry. 🙂

      More to come soon. Keep a note on this…I post every Mondays and Wednesdays. 🙂

    1. Thank you. 🙂

      This type of poetry is a ‘Cut up’ poem. I randomize my own work and re-arrange them into a collage of otherworldly language. Trust me…it gets stranger. 🙂

      I’m currently following your page. Look forward to reading and learning from your work. 🙂

        1. Yes, true indeed. The Beat poets had this way about their writing and style for the times.
          The cut up technique has sure been going on since. I have used the cut up on all my poems pretty much.
          It’s a great challenge and great to experiment with.

  9. Always fascinating!
    Oh my gosh, some great words. I did laugh at verruca…Gotta expect the unexpected on your site! 🙂
    That video of Bowie was interesting too, I had never seen that.

    1. Yes, the unexpected does bring a surprise to any reader who stops. 🙂

      Those videos are educational and influential. That’s why I’m so hooked on Burroughs and the cut up method.

      I know how to master the cut up and that’s why I love cutting up my own poems and add in some unfamiliar words. The challenges are exciting and the readers challenge of interpreting my work is awesome. 🙂

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