Monday, September 3, 2012

Random drivel solidifying somehow




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It's a quarter to six
mere moments before the
morning's light breaks its dawn
to be…and yet, the sandman
writhes in unsettled impatience…
the story of a man who cannot close up
shop for the night until the last straggler leaves…

carnivorously stoic in all regards
burnt sienna stumbling
stammering for applause

tea. kettle. steam. whistle. warning

"it is understood, when a properly placed
melody is interspersed with unseemly discourse,
the effect is of simultaneous rancor and appeal"

Vicious edges curtsied unto flesh
Ravenous outcomes curtailed…
and the idiomatic lingering revels
in the sound…of chaotic drenching
and inherent in the innate
varicosity of situational scarcity

Diphthong
tuning fork
pitching in
helping hands
assist. persist.
persuasion. …whence the oglers target feels the heat of radar

Antagonists are protagonists,
where the only difference
is the viewpoint of the
story told

No one believes they're born evil
and yet
I think, outside for certain types…the
inverted argument can
also quite easily be made

Sentinel. Pastry chef.
Dainties by a lakeside strophe

Zinfandel dreams
whose aromatic luxuries
are but untasted
elixirs, remedies to the
invigorations the senses
often reveal

steep. pour. sweeten. stir.
 watching as the cloud appears.

{A COURSE BETRAYED>…..INTEGRITY VIOLATED BY UNCONTROLLABLE IMAGE PRESENTATION…..THOUGHTS COERCING TONGUE TO SPEAK FROM PLACES UNKNOWN TO MERE BRAINWAVES…DRIFTING INTO COMATOSE…and yet, the unknown conventions speak their mind}

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3 comments:

  1. Antagonists are protagonists,
    where the only difference
    is the viewpoint of the
    story told....really like that kernel of truth ...ha on the blowing off of a little steam on either end...

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  2. Wow that was just all over the place where it made my mind go, from cooking to thinking to how ideas form. Certaintly not the norm. Sometimes things have to run their course and can result in remorse, but you never know until away they go.

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  3. I really enjoyed your pacing and rhythm.

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