B. Sven Telander

Aesculapius - Poem by B. Sven Telander

Yuggle tharn chapter blunty ragsniffer
for fleculary delights approach,
yond scars the shimmering orb of solar presence,
thumper provides yarchers screening your next scream,
roon consitters claws pause,
heaven enters aryan teacher, confessions of a scammer tractor,
tremblefrittering it away as a sap sorry,
twaddle snapper might, grow a leather feather,
breath mother funker, chatterly garden
fluctuates a horsebent rattle for
maximum templar returns;
jingoistic gender studies,
crap lapping lawyers,
accountants anyone,
chiggle the roostumbling
blathering micropuddleprosy
dollardrooling dips fragsmelting
the chuckle suppressed in vain;
evasive wartists with rabid snakes
aslither in blood and fishbowl skull,
clinging to the wrinkled crone’s deflated bosom,
the fetus at the top of the hill of fetuses cries
latent rage of psycho overhead overthought,
longing for serenity projection,
fun stuff breathing at the rifle range,
orphans scorf endorphins,
Charlie Chaplins caught in gearwork,
steering, veering, near the clear,
King Kong bought a big thong in Hong Kong,
but he’s back on Skull Island now,
sticking lit cigars made from logs on his corneas,
collecting the keepers and masters of the plunging dream,
forgotten jewels on trees of pretend worship foolish roles,
“hey kids, stay and play the funny money name game, ”
old bones for boiling extremes and juggling far indians,
Stonehenge is cookies laid out for the space gods,
the incense of nonsense fills smoky tents,
tonal associations for density identity,
bricks fall from the avenue of choice
leaking through the gauze of Oz,
tinman bitten by the lion while
the scarecrown burns,
Dorothy laughs,
Toto barks,
blood is

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 15, 2013

Poem Edited: Wednesday, July 3, 2013

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