broken along from contemporaneous simile,
stunned out of complaisant life choices
burning with injustice and insecurity
strained the unhappy absorptions of self
a reference point for World Unplugged
a poster frame for Me
commercials every ten minutes
syllable after syllable rolling flat
under the Wordier Behemoth
sexual innuendo like greased lightning
dazzled and built upon a, b, c,
insert great writers here
the voice my dear,
where is the voice?


3 Responses

  1. the voice is here, vibrating and oscillating…

    my brain interprets your words in many different ways…here are just a few ways in which my brain interpreted this piece…

    a] a criticism of reality TV.
    b] challenging bloggers to breathe more life into their
    c] the tension between John Travolta and
    Olivia Newton John in Grease.

    Of course, I could be wrong…


    ~MM – Hey Chico, I suppose its just a petulant outburst at an imperfect world :(, yep reality tv was a part of it, as far as bloggers go, life and soul is very subjective but blatant plagiarism gets to me

    Grease, i dont think so, but you never know 😀 peace!

  2. Well, I have found this blog through my good friend Tooty. Upon hearing how much praise he gave your blog I had to check it out and boy am I glad I did. You are an amazing writer and I am speechlessly in awe. You are well deserving of the Neno’s award and I am very much a fan. I just started a blog not long ago and I would love to put you on my blogroll so that I and others can easily access your blog, if that is OK with you of course. Thank you for your great work and congratulations on the award. Also thank you Tooty for recommending this blog.

    ~MM – Woo, thanks Eric!! Sure, do let me have a link to your blog too so I can check it out 🙂

  3. My pleasure. You can check out my blog at I hope you enjoy. Thanks.

    ~MM – Cool, thanks :)!

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