un/named

unnamed

enable the push

slipstream malcontent

we feed you too often

do you hurt

i mean the bones scraping, twitching, fiery plasma burn across bleeding eyes that scream take me out, the ugly beaten bruised hurt that saps vitality like a teenager downing a Big Gulp, the rearranged cut brain shaving off my insides full of ants and spiders eating me from the inside out pain?

then speak not to me of pain

we would despise you if not for act of futility

lets’s see what you got

pretend to be something you are not

enchantments you cast drooping slipping one

i see you

i know you

How I long for the antithesis of you

my rainbow is black and my sun turns gray

how I do so miss the shadows of yesterday

skull crusher of anathema

shattered lover of crooked cross

when next we meet, I will introduce you

for I know you

and still I struggle to carry you

my hateful

my unnamed

23 thoughts on “un/named

      1. I’m not sure why, lol, but I like that you do. I just really liked how it went, with the large paragraph in the middle. Like thoughts that jumble and swirl in the mind, anxiously awaiting dispensation.

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  1. “i mean the bones scraping, twitching, fiery plasma burn across bleeding eyes that scream take me out, the ugly beaten bruised hurt that saps vitality like a teenager downing a Big Gulp, the rearranged cut brain shaving off my insides full of ants and spiders eating me from the inside out pain?”

    Loved the unexpected speed in this! 🙂

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  2. Seems like your pushing the idea of poetry and your doing a damn good job at it.

    My favorite line:

    the rearranged cut brain shaving off my insides full of ants and spiders eating me from the inside out pain?

    What and where did you come up with this line? This whole poem my friend is gold.

    Creatively dark, & experimentally brilliant. 🙂

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    1. Hey thank you very much Charlie! I sometimes mix poetry and prose when it feels right, idk, it just comes to me. I really appreciate the praise my friend, comments like this make it worth the work.

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