Liquid Silver Dreams

Yesterday, I got drunk
The staccato rumble of
God’s laughter

Igniting pillars
Of crazy thoughts

With a passion
The rare bliss
Of heavenly communion

There were angels
Dressed like drag-queens
Smoking pot and
Drenched in cool acid

The Old Man
Lay in four dimensions
Layers of Earthly sin

Weird sounds
Grew from his ears
Blowing holes
Through the fabric of logic

I sifted
Through the sand
Under his feet
And found the spirits
Of mortality and immortality
Lying side by side

A curious copulation
Of beautiful extremes

We were surrounded
By a band of satyrs
Sampling the delights
Of drug induced paranoia

There was a crowd
Behind us
Filled with
Schizos and hypos
Crazies and homos
Prostitutes and publishers
Capitalists and Christians
Pornographers and politicians

All chanting
The true name
In unknown harmonics

God smiled
And created a new world
Out of the surreal images
Floating in his blank eyes

I touched
His cloak
Made of lightning and thunder
To glimpse a vision of bright orgasm

It smelt
Like burnt ozone (there)
Oozing through
The leaky holes
Of my shattered brain

Wicked laughter
Echoed around me
From time to time
Pulsing like young stars
Shattering the crowded silence

I was restless
To undream
These fantastic visions
From heavenly hell

A slow dance
Of deep bass
In the confines
Of my confused mind
Disoriented, vague

I realized
The cruel weakness
Of proletarian mortality
A class struggle
Even in utter infinity

4 responses to “Liquid Silver Dreams”

  1. finnegan says:

    this scenario would lead to a defeatist attitude. but worry not, it is simply one infinity of heirarchies. you’ve got an infinity to go and then some. Temperance.

    really impressive poem full of wickedly piercing phrases such as:

    It smelt
    Like burnt ozone (there)
    Oozing through
    The leaky holes
    Of my shattered brain

  2. indianadoc says:

    jus happened to stumble on u’r blog…pretty good..but the font is not at all reader friendly…hope u could do something about it…all the best…

  3. Ô¿Ô says:

    A panorama of paranoia until one realizes this is it.
    It never lost its edge or pace… Excellent!

  4. Anil says:

    finnegan: good to see you here after a long time and thank you. one infinity of heirarchies is something I can live with.

    indianadoc: thank you but could you elaborate on what you mean by not at all reader friendly?

    Ô¿Ô: hey thanks…panorama of paranoia is a wonderful phrase!

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