Dizzy Darling


Dizzy Darling Poems

1. Slow Death 6/5/2011
2. Visions Ov'R Perdition 6/5/2011
3. The Betrayal: Lady Liberty 6/5/2011
4. Scanthem 6/9/2011
5. Scantena 6/9/2011
6. Scanteater 6/9/2011
7. Scantennea 6/9/2011
8. Scantalope 6/9/2011
9. Skant 6/10/2011
10. Scanthracite 6/10/2011
11. We Smoke Under Snow Lofts 6/11/2011
12. Lawnmower Canon 6/15/2011
13. A Meal Of Knuckle Sandwich And Humble Pie 7/1/2011
14. Intimacies Inside A Fountain Flower 7/2/2011
15. Valentine Calas 7/6/2011
16. L 7/6/2011
17. Made In The Usa 7/7/2011
18. Railyard Deathsquad 7/22/2011
19. Visions Before The March To The Sea 7/25/2011
20. Ruby-Throated Smokestacks 8/13/2011
21. Art Official Light 8/15/2011
22. Winterlight Wonders Miss Whimsical 8/17/2011
23. Bringing In The Rhodeo 8/18/2011
24. Angry Shitheal By The Rusty Train Car 8/18/2011
25. Scenes From A Tudor Style Room For The Baroque 8/19/2011
26. Mascara 8/22/2011
27. Duster Hits And (Its Better To Give Than Recieve, Better To Steal) 8/22/2011
28. Mummifires 8/25/2011
29. Advice From James Cagney 8/25/2011
30. Is It? 8/25/2011
31. Lord 8/27/2011
32. Fancy Night Romp 8/27/2011
33. It Was A Swell Party Until Someone Somewhat Died 8/27/2011
34. Everybody On Stage For The Lost Man Number 8/27/2011
35. The 1952 Shiloh Panty Raid 8/28/2011
36. In Diego City 8/29/2011
37. Like I Was Shot With A Diamond 8/29/2011
38. Mooch Winipeg 9/7/2011
39. Strangers In A Hospital Bed 9/23/2011
40. Nothing But Trips A Haiku 9/27/2011

Comments about Dizzy Darling

  • Kaio Clark (9/27/2011 7:14:00 PM)

    I love your work. It is so original, and well written. You are one of my favorite poets, by far, please countiune to write, you have talent.

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Best Poem of Dizzy Darling

Richmond

I wonder through a land of great impressions
dreaming of Richmond, flag limp against black horizon,
bleakly marching through falling city, scraps thrown to wolves
that dance around cinders flight.
And this is Richmond says a meloncollie voice
...And this is Richmond.

Read the full of Richmond

Sunshine

Upon our first meeting I began to rhyme.
You sucked the saliva from my tongue, then hid away
when I came up on you clumsily stumbling
you grabbed my pupils and hindered me,
closed me, and inspired me,
but you failed to tempt me,

My shoulders bare of savage sands took you by surprise,
the freckles played games in the lolling sea.

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