Avant-magoria #5: Ambient Palms Discharge a Giant Tongue Covered in Tobacco, Black Mushroom Horse Eyes, and Glitch Vocabulary Dithyramb Jukebox

 

Xanax made a tattoo
out of frequency possum –
they rehearsed
cataclysmic mono,
Kleenex imitating croak.

 

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54 thoughts on “Avant-magoria #5: Ambient Palms Discharge a Giant Tongue Covered in Tobacco, Black Mushroom Horse Eyes, and Glitch Vocabulary Dithyramb Jukebox

    1. Thank you, Watt.

      Believe it or not, this short poem was a cut up. I don’t know if you could tell by its odd way.

      I throw this poem originally on a program called the cut up machine.
      This was the final result of making it feel weird and perfect. 🙂

  1. All the things that Xanax can do…. it takes you out of frequency, into this caraclysmic mono, and leaving you with a tattoo and a croak. I dunno, and I’ve said before, I like it how your words play some havoc with my mind, allowing me to drift with them and see what frequency they’ll take me too.

    1. What I did with Xanax and the poem. I experimented with the cut up method.

      A program called the cut up machine which re-arranges the whole poem around
      and the end result is the future of breaking down the anxieties and turning the frequency
      of poetry into something beautiful and unparalleled.

    1. This poem was a cut up. The original one felt too complicated.
      So, I threw this one in the cut up machine program,
      re-arranged everything and produced this odd poem that I love so much.

      Burroughs has an affect on me. 🙂

    1. Thank you my friend.

      I’ve never tried none…however, to get a natural more organic feel of ambience is by listening to this:

      Blanck Mass – Please (Official Music Video)

      This is the sound of natural Xanax to the human ear.

  2. It’s a Buckeye Butterfly.
    On a lazy day, I admire its beauty.
    On a stupid day, I sneeze, cough
    My allergies,
    To and from the medical industry
    On display.

              1. Found one!!! I’ll be using screen shots of: the poem with title, Your “All Rights Reserved”, my comment and your comment back & linking to your blog. In between will be the butterfly alley art.

  3. ………………………………Charlie,

    “A giant tongue covered in tobacco”

    Flashbacks to “spin-the-bottle” years
    The language of tongues
    friends of friends, actual strangers
    the meek to the steamshovel
    kiss-kiss-kiss-kiss-kiss
    various flavors
    tobacco

    1. ……………………………Micheal,

      Various meek friends
      that birth tobacco
      from their eyes,
      to kiss-kiss-kiss-kiss-kiss flavors
      of spin vortex meal.

      A year old tongue – steam shovel
      through its flashback language,
      we concur, it happen forward.

  4. Xanax made a tattoo
out of frequency possum!!!
    Ah! You cut me up with this mind blowing line.
    And the rest blew me away.
    You and your experimental poetry rocks the house, always.
    Charlie , Charlie , what you got next???

    1. hahahahaha!!!! Everyone feels the same way like you with the opening line. 🙂

      I got through and made you and everyone else think and say, what the hell? hahahahahah!!!!

      I needed a challenge boaster for this poem. The next one is tomorrow and that one will get your mind wondering. 🙂

    1. Thank you, Maria.

      Well, you have missed out on a lot of my poems. Before this…I did a ‘Despondency series’ that spanned 13 poems. You should check them out. Their very short, honest, and to the point. And this Avant-magoria series is also 13 and its focus on experimental/cut up.

      I’m glad you enjoyed this poem so much. It means a lot.

      How have you been? Long time.

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