black smoke chronicles part two…

joker

i ain’t hidin’ from shit.
(is it even time yet?)
anyone else hear old-
toned salacious laughter
while rotten fuckers
(we can smell our own)
swear & froth something
’bout post-rapture
jokesters avoidin’ judgment?

love-throated voices
imitate greek chorus
warnings; polluted temple-
bodies & nicotine futures
& self-abuse. not like it
matters. paid-in-full
dispensation in my hip-
pocket are gutter rescued
letters of transit. i can
go anywhere i want,
or nowhere.

a group of solitary fools
kindly tip me off;
lok-tite bonding holds
steady a multivariate
universe filled with clowns.
they are us.
we laugh TOGETHER,
departing the closest
of friends.

variability paved pharma-
psychological cosmipolitan
highways in every direction.
walkin’ a while is my
best shot provin’ my
shit-eatin’ grin just a
reflection on reactions.
maybe not.

looking familiar here.
it stones me dumb
in realization.
i’m already home
& i didn’t know.

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11 Responses to “black smoke chronicles part two…”

  1. home yet did not know..
    wow..

    lovely word play, Glad to see you share..
    A++

  2. Greetings!
    Here is the end of the year awards 4 you, enjoy!

    End of The Year Awards 4 Friends of Jingle or Jingle Poetry Community

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

    At this time of the year, We wish you all the best !

    the more you share, the happier we are..
    have fun today.
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  3. well done my friend..

  4. am impressed! you actually listened … title wise.. will read and comment soon if you like. 😉

  5. I’ve got no deeds to do, no promises to keep

    I’m dappled and drowsy and ready to sleep

    Let the morning time drop all its petals on me

    Life I love you, all is groovy

    • Man, I would love to join a circle and talk poetry amidst trees. All is groovy here, and soon I too will have no promises to keep. Ain’t it all grand? Thanks for the visit,

      crb.

  6. Baby Turtle to Shimmering Fish 123 Says:

    I do suppose that opinions vary as to the interpretation of a poetic work – I’m satisfied with mine.

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