Kevin Patrick

Bronze Star - 2,914 Points (Taurus / Ontario)

Digital Utopia - Poem by Kevin Patrick

Euphoria has me pumping to the second coming
As I’m paying my subscription to digital salvation
Beaming omniscient photons from my Seraphim television
Who speaks a dalliance of gold with a pixelated smile

She says;
Hurray! For positive disconnection!
(I’ve short circuited YET AGAIN!)
Anodes flow through open channel
Can’t seem to meditate the neural feedback in my head

Now I’m serving my souls sentence in corporeal damnation
Waiting for the message from a phosphorescent monarch
To retrieve my release to gamma ray nirvana
Charging megawatt reception to a hotline for heaven

But I think that I’m disabled
Cross checked with broken cables
Unable to grasp the Wi- FI commends
My excursion in a spectroscopic lens

I’m looking in the threshold between the hidden doors
Static bounds transmission with phosphorescent underground
And Cathode rays reveal to me
The frequency of plasma angels
Surround in sound of a Stereophonic halos
Rasterized in my neon neural cortex


And Everything I do seems so unreal
Can’t see the background from the vapor trail
A permanent mist seems to end to no avail
I’m Just a human molecule magnified macro sized
Living a plasmatic shell in a holographic universe
Alternating Currents through an open ended system
Directly connecting to a digital utopia
Jacked up receptors to my excitatory inhibitors
Turn the channels to seven
And Take my wavelength to heaven

And on the count to 3
I’ll race you their!


Comments about Digital Utopia by Kevin Patrick

  • Silver Star - 3,496 Points S.zaynub Kamoonpuri (5/8/2014 11:56:00 PM)

    Woah amazing, enjoyd the awesome sci-fi and real science diction here, admiring the combination of spiritual, heavenly otherworldly supernatural with hi-tech n technological stuff, woah u are an advanced intellectual poet but certainly not boring. Phosphorescent monarch woah!
    And Thnx n cheers. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 7, 2014



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