Michael Tucci

Rookie [2C] (25 January 1967)

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I have dabbled in poetry from a very young age. In college as an English major, I took several years of creative writing, lucky enough to have a professor who was actually a published poet, and learned that poetry was not such an easy thing as I had supposed.

After a long hiatus after college, some two decades, I began writing again as an extra dimension to a dark, instrumental music ... more »

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The detritus of lost generations surrounds
Me with the stench of
Rotting memories and the
Putrification of what should
Have been.

The pathless way through dense
Vastness that led me here was
Like a modern, neuronal Grimm's tale with
No dramatis personae but one.

So, here I stand, sit, lie, recline in vile
Existence decay—a ruinous creation of
Wasted synaptic flash pan-ic activity.
A surrounding unboundedly bound as the
Willing slave who sought Ms. Domina
For her intricate rope tricks.

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