Xbox Delirium Power Noise

Consciousness networks
roam across
infecting their

deflating microprocessor.
Host bus adapters
preach balderdash.

The vitruvian man
delirium power noise.

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14 thoughts on “Xbox Delirium Power Noise

    1. Dear Charlie,

      I certainly concur with Mr David Redpath’s quotation. Thank you for composing and sharing your very vivid and short poem here.

      How have you been? It seems that you have published a lot less this year, though I notice that you suddenly published two posts in a day (including this one). Welcome back!

      Did you have a chance to observe and photograph the April super pink moon, which is the very first super moon of 2021 just two days ago on the 26th or 27th? What a night it was to look upon the full moon shining upon the landscape in all its grandeur, and to reflect deeply in the moment!

      I would like to resonate with you through my most animation-intensive post presented to you as a courtesy of my dramatic attempt to bring the Full Moon alive, so to speak, in the form of Music Animation with Dynamic Visualization presented in high definition and imbued with a scintillating full moon surrounded by eye-catching astronomical phenomena and stellar activities!

      This post has not only been extended but has also been improved from top to bottom. It is now covered in animations throughout!

      In order to see all of the animations, please make sure that you view the post on my blog and not via the WordPress Reader. Please enjoy to your heart’s content the mixed-media offering of “If My Name Were Moon Tonight…” and its beautifully rendered Music Animation with Dynamic Visualization on the big high-resolution screen of your desktop or laptop computer. Switch the video playback to full-screen mode. The animation starts calmly and will gradually climax.

      Apart from the stylish presentation of my rhyming poem extended with a postlude followed by a special stanza for the April Pink Supermoon, there is also the opportunity to savour my own rendition of “Clair de Lune” recorded on the organ.

      The direct link to the post is

      I am very curious of what you think and look forward to receiving your feedback there.

      May you and David find the rest of 2021 very much to your liking and highly conducive to your writing, reading, thinking and composing whatever poems that take your intellectual fancy!

      Yours sincerely,

      1. I am back! and I have a lot to say and share within many surprises to come.

        I’ll be stopping by your page soon and read your post. 🙂

        Have not observed the pink moon. I assume the moon has an energy that puts our creative minds in good harmony.

        Noise music brings a whole other dimension in one’s creative process. It’s definitely a meditation and spiritual awakening. 🙂

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