Acatalepsy Severed Teaspoon


Grotesque sugar
beneath me
rabbling pathos.

sinister dreamscape
nutrient offal.

Acatalepsy prowess.
severed gliss.

Teaspoon wounded brown/
the blob birth



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66 thoughts on “Acatalepsy Severed Teaspoon

                1. The Yeti of big refer says not to fret.
                  Machine Head the Abominable has gone
                  electric 🎸 As the Hobbit folks of Newport
                  weep with Faux Mo lament 💧

      1. What you do with poetry, Charlie is absolutely yours and you *own* it.
        No one like you around here and that’s why people so enjoy reading you and decoding your words.
        many hugs

      1. I think that humankind Self is the sum of our Selves. It’s the wholeness of the single uniques. If some of them is in pain the whole soul is too..

  1. Oh, I wouldn’t excrete prowess near a teaspoon… I wasn’t raised like that (ha ha!)

    But I agree there is sugar in the vanishing antithesis: Maybe that’s the birth of pathos, even if it’s grotesque!

    1. hahahahaha!!!!

      I don’t think no one else would do anything like this. hahahahah!!!!

      Nature had its own grotesque sequence. Like the birth of everything and how it started and ended brings a sadness to how beautiful things looked before and the after world of where we are today.

  2. i feel the mesentry revolt Charlie…. sugar releases a fragrance not many know, hasn’t been discovered yet, that is why mosquitoes suck the blood from the sweetest people. i love where your words take me, to a Kingdom where Charlie is King!…..i hope i recalled all i wrote before the comment bug ate it all up…hate when this happens.

    1. Excellent observation.

      I think us humans carry that sugar scent within us and the mosquitoes quench for that thirst for blood in our system. Then again, the world I see is the opposite where humans are leching off one another. It’s up for interpretation but I do like where this is going. Thank you, Gina. 🙂

      1. its me really, i always look for the good in people no matter how rotten, hence the mesentry revolt, its hard to stomach some kinds of people, but i try! you have such an excellent command of the language, i translate in my head before i write and can;t use big words…LOL!!

        1. You are right. Though people in this world some come off very mean…we must give them a chance and look past characterization and see their personality as a whole. There are good people in this planet, some can be difficult to speak to.

          You make the world a better place. 🙂

  3. For me, there is a certain pacing that I enjoy … fav line – birth pathos – plus the link between teaspoon, sugar, nutrients.

    Thanks for the tip. I checked (and as suspected) the WP Gnomes adjusted some settings.

    1. So glad those lines brought a good sensory into the mind and the reading pacing.
      More to come next week. I’m not holding anything back on the next 2 writings. It’s going to really make your head scratch and wonder. 🙂

          1. Cinema, you said? Tarantino, Kubrick, Scorsese, Hitchcock, Spielberg, Coppola, Orson Welles, Charlie Chaplin, Lynch, Fincher, Polanski, Paul Thomas Anderson, Terrence Malick, Tarkovsky, oh my god, yes, yes, and yes!!!

  4. My eyes deceive me, at times.
    I think I saw what isn’t there.
    The cycle of living
    Knotted up into life
    “macroamino” remains your word,
    Yet, still, deceived
    I perceived, well!

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