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RIP - DNA

by literati 

Posted: 02 April 2005
Word Count: 142
Summary: another competition entry!


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Remembering as micturition projects streams of subconsciousness.
This faecal cylindroid expurgates wasting words.
Iím visioning cuts, raping red words pouring.
Loving those sneezes catapulting catatonic cadences.
You helped my skin burst, propelling passionate punctuation.

But no words could ever be spoken about you



And dead skin cells corpsed carcinogenic characters.
Always a feeling that hair from my head represents rhetorical rantings.
Will you give back the breath that bore brazen alphabets?
You grew a blue bruise circularising a dome of ungrouped words.
Are those really my yawns gulping grammatical air?

But no words could ever be spoken about you



My facial lines creased deeply with barbarous words.
Living stretches carried uniform unformed sentences.
And laughter pretended preposterous pronouns.
My tears toiled and tracked italic utterings.
Life meant that spent neural networks napalmed metaphors.

But no words could ever be spoken about you










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literati at 13:50 on 02 April 2005  Report this post
The words did not italicise in transit, but the first word on each line, (apart from the chorus), reads as an acronym! Thank you for your kind words! literati

Fearless at 12:38 on 04 April 2005  Report this post
A multi-dimensional, cinematic cavalcade of emotion, with a subtext or two. Too good for a competition...

Write on, Fearless

literati at 23:53 on 04 April 2005  Report this post
Always my man!

Thanks Wozzie x

roovacrag at 21:52 on 06 April 2005  Report this post
Literati
A wonderful way with words and a truly spectacular poem.
Well done.
xx Alice

literati at 20:53 on 07 April 2005  Report this post
Thank you Alice, a sadness I have felt for many years finally came out like that! Aren't words amazing? Ange x


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