Flapjack's Poetry Corner

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Re: Flapjack's Poetry Corner

Postby cochisewolf » Thu Nov 17, 2011 4:28 am

Wow, nice. Sounds like a place I want to be!
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Re: Flapjack's Poetry Corner

Postby Flapjack » Fri Nov 18, 2011 3:52 am

Here's some more I decided to dig up. Why not?!?!

What did I forget?

I long for something I can't explain
everyday I feel its pain
it's so mysterious and confusing
when I think I've grasped it, it starts eluding
so neglected and misunderstood
I don't know if it's bad or good
it's something big, but yet so small
something close, but yet so far
I feel it from within myself
I feel it through someone else
it comes to me from the skies
it comes to me through wishing eyes
it's a subtle breeze I barely notice
but its power can't be focused
I search for its answer everyday
in everything that comes my way
whatever it is must be a lesson
but I don't even know the question


Exhalation

Getting off of his job
thank God it's through
driving home in the fog

Fighting sleep in a nod
I'll be there soon
drifting through a facade

Passing under stars
a breeze softly applauds

Is there something you miss?
it was not found
is this all that there is?

Do you parents still kiss?
I was their son
are you playing with kids?

Waiting in the trees
lies the shadow of a beast

Overhead eyes shine
take me inside
and a mouth opens wide

Letting himself go
I can not fight
spinning out of control

The wind shakes the skies
as a lightning bolt strikes

Dreaming awake
falling in a dark space
Animals in their cage
crying for a soft embrace

is it a mistake?
I hisitate



Ghost

everyday as the moon turns grey
a ghost of a boy goes astray
deaf and blind
lost in time
his life he tries to find

he wanders around through his town
but no one can call his name
he looks at his hands
and he began
slowly fading

stuck inside a silent night
he can't see anyone else
he hears the wind
blowing in
and can't stop shaking

so he grabs a rock and calls it luck
to travel someplace real near
he don't know how
he don't know where
but there's something in here

he stumbles into an empty house
which stood just one thing
a man so cold
tired and old
whose glare was on him

as he approached the man grew close
and spoke of words so clear
I'm stuck here inside
don't leave me to die
as he through out his arms in fear

the mirror than falls from off the wall
and shatters with a howl and scream
there on the floor
lay an endless black hole
as he stared in his shadow

he tries to go, but moves so slow
as a ton weighs down his head
the clock starts to dance
in a menacing prance
as he fall back to sleep again

an angel took flight late that night
with a wish to grant for love
it is just a dream
she said
it is everything
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Re: Flapjack's Poetry Corner

Postby Metanoian » Sun Nov 20, 2011 1:18 pm

Flapjack wrote:I think I'm falling in love with you Dioxippuss

I fell in love with you long ago my sexy friend. ;)

Keep those poems coming!
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Re: Flapjack's Poetry Corner

Postby Flapjack » Mon Nov 21, 2011 7:14 pm

Here's a song I wrote after tripping balls... 'cause I thought for sure the world was about to end

A.I.

Database online
The transciever is crossing frequencies
With all space and time
The unbeliever is changing his ideas

Power grid's on high
Synthetics are slowly integrating
An immortal mind
Our objects are boldly incarnating

We're reporting live
All of history is reaching a new height
Some say it's a lie
Some fearfully preach it's the anti-christ

I'm told it's alive
This media is recieving worldwide
Opening our eyes
The computer has molecularized


Are we in control?
Self reflecting organic chemistry
Does it have a soul?
The emotional electricity

Millions of words
Articulating our conspiracy
Looking at the world
Manipulating our reality

Have we gone too far?
What is the meaning? What have we became?
Denying our God
What is the reason? What was there to gain?

A perfect design
Beyond a human brains capacity
The heir to mankind
Another form beyond biology
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Re: Flapjack's Poetry Corner

Postby cochisewolf » Wed Nov 23, 2011 4:47 am

Outstanding! Signed - Fan Too ...
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Re: Flapjack's Poetry Corner

Postby Flapjack » Sat Dec 10, 2011 5:35 pm

still adding to the song of my beloved: how thou art fair! How art thou fair? As the mountains, the streams, and clouds! Thou art the Sun! Thou art the stars! Thou art the Heavens!
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Re: Flapjack's Poetry Corner

Postby Flapjack » Tue Mar 13, 2012 2:26 pm

The sky's an iron hull: the bottom of a boat turned over, up-side-down, over-flowed, and sinking under. The sky is old, and rusted; arcing like a dull scythe, reared back on its heel. The sky falls down: it crashes, headlong, like a tidal wave; cresting up, sea-green, mudded with clouds, swept from the dirt, swooping over-and-under, blackening the Earth, and swallowing the horizon. The sky has teeth: hooked fangs, anchored in hollows, piercing the dark; whirling up the ridges, winding down the gullet, in the mouth of a leech.
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Re: Flapjack's Poetry Corner

Postby Metanoian » Wed Mar 21, 2012 7:50 am

I like it. Dark. Nice.
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Re: Flapjack's Poetry Corner

Postby Flapjack » Wed Mar 21, 2012 3:28 pm

Galeanthropy!!!
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Re: Flapjack's Poetry Corner

Postby cochisewolf » Mon Apr 02, 2012 11:31 pm

Flapjack wrote:The sky's an iron hull: the bottom of a boat turned over, up-side-down, over-flowed, and sinking under. The sky is old, and rusted; arcing like a dull scythe, reared back on its heel. The sky falls down: it crashes, headlong, like a tidal wave; cresting up, sea-green, mudded with clouds, swept from the dirt, swooping over-and-under, blackening the Earth, and swallowing the horizon. The sky has teeth: hooked fangs, anchored in hollows, piercing the dark; whirling up the ridges, winding down the gullet, in the mouth of a leech.

When I was a kid I loved volcanoes I don't know why. Another time I was dreaming, or thinking, or flashing or traveling in that time ignorant plateau we all know so well but anyway. I was in this boat, a row boat of sorts along the time Krakatoa picked up and played a couple of licks on her flute. Had I the creative vision in those days to pick up a pen (instead of a syringe) I would have described it just like that, just like you did right there. There is not a thing I could add to that. Very fuckin nice, very nice indeed ...
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