Chris Tyrimos


Chris Tyrimos Poems

1. Deo Favente (The Life And Trials Of Foxman - 3) 7/30/2012
2. Department Store Delusions 7/30/2012
3. Desire 7/30/2012
4. Dinosaurs In The Bath 7/30/2012
5. Foxman (The Life And Trials Of Foxman - 1) 7/30/2012
6. Last Night In Tangiers 7/30/2012
7. Meet Me At The Diner 7/30/2012
8. Networks 7/30/2012
9. Pretium Victoriae 7/30/2012
10. Diversions 7/30/2012
11. Knickerbocker Glory 10/16/2012
12. The Back Seat 12/13/2012
13. Space 4/2/2013
14. Supermoon 6/25/2013
15. Desperado 7/8/2013
16. Desperado (Part Two) 7/17/2013
17. Desperado (Part Three) 7/22/2013
18. Snowmen 9/21/2013
19. Sich Hüten 3/2/2014
20. Nostalgia And Wet Playtimes. 3/23/2014
21. Nature 4/28/2014
22. Observations Of A Ghost 8/5/2014
23. Foxman Revisited (The Life And Trials Of Foxman - 2) 7/16/2015
24. Foxman's Observations (The Life And Trials Of Foxman - 4) 11/6/2015
25. Mercury In Sagittarius 11/29/2015
26. Symbolic Nonsense Two 12/13/2015
27. Frog Returns (Childrens) 12/18/2015
28. Tea 12/30/2015
29. February 2/4/2014
30. The Sixpenny Maid 5/31/2018
31. Mr Frog [ Childrens ] 7/30/2012
32. Radio Times 7/30/2012
33. Marrakech: Or The Tale Of The Monkey In The Jemaa El Fna 10/28/2013
34. Symbolic Nonsense I 2/24/2014
35. Sliding Doors (Prose In Stanzas) 5/21/2018

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Marrakech: Or The Tale Of The Monkey In The Jemaa El Fna

The futility of an ego cased in a personality, in flesh.
Ideas came to me in a juvenile milky coffee.
Semi copper coloured bricks in a cheap attention seeking hostel.
Lemonades and liars, frauds and friars, princes and peoples.

Men in the cancerous Indian summer of their lives.
Paying for lust, a well oiled transaction.
My soul spirit affected by the noise, bright lights, a voyeurism.
As viewer, more foreign hypocrite, 'Noel Simsolo' moral administrator.

A bizarre re-affirmation of local suffering, somehow,
confirmed in replica watches and matching tungsten ...

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Desire

My desires aren't my own
Happiness in a measurement
Is this cloth passed down to me?
The son the father, first passed the post

A secret in a river bed
Gilded engravings between the consciousness
Gaps in the here and the now. An abstraction
Excommunicated ideas of the present

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