Engravings from a Cerebellum

August 31, 2013

Nathan-Sawaya-Trapped

What started out as a hum became a boom of unmanaged thought.

Staccato beats biting in the measure of grit, clamped against his cage.

Provoked into becoming, he did not look before he leaped.

And what was once dull, complacent, flowing water trickling down a lane of satisfied tissue,

Became jagged hunger aimed at swallowing everything whole.

Thickened desires shackling the senses and sharpening impulses,

Gave way to choking the vices of a freshly lit butt stacked in-between the violence of his teeth.

Clench fisted and with trembled brow, a plot of smoke slithered in-between the fractures of his mind,

While dank internal narratives bled from his axis.

And behind his eyes was the freezing heat of brazenness, freed from constraint.

A beast billowing from behind his flexed peeled skin

Ripped through the carnage  of his cerebellum,

Whilst zoetic engravings oozed from his lucidity.

And palm to ground, with flexure vision interlaced in roaring grandiloquence, he sired the earth.

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6 Responses to “Engravings from a Cerebellum”

  1. you're just a dumbass said

    I nominated you for the “Blog of the Year 2012″ award. Please go to http://yourejustadumbass.wordpress.com/2012/12/08/wow-i-have-been-nominated-for-the-blog-of-the-year-2012-award/ for more information. Congratulations!

  2. Matthew Kenneth Kosak said

    One of the things I noticed about “Engravings From a Cerebellum” right off, is that it’s a kind of sonnet form, 14 lines, albeit non conventional. What is great about it is the psychological deepness of it, the movement of the abstract ideas, and a very unexpected twist at the end. Looking forward to reading more! happy holidays!:)

    • Magnolia said

      Thank you for your analysis, makes me happy that you fell/understand my writing. Also very useful and great feedback. Thank you thank you!!

      • Matthew Kenneth Kosak said

        You’re welcome. I like it that it ties into the physical abstract. There’s a poet, an American, who engages her poems actually within science, but can’t think of her name, as of yet. Thanks for your reply too, it’s nice discussion here 😉

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