mark littler

Atom Spider Versus Radio Killer Space Mystery - Poem by mark littler

My first science book
The Universe is not there for you
The Universe is what it wants to be

My first science
Atom Spider versus Radio Killer Space Mystery
All American Spider sounds like he has a tail for a head
wraps graphite cuffs around Big Boss Probability villains who sound like Radio Doctor and Radio Uncle
fade out to slow basic particles
fly caught in tele tranference to television
get them off each other
honeytrap fly
confessions of the Red Spider
ran with commies
does he walk in eights?

Ice Olympia She Heels
her catnip jogger Nurse costume with spiky tights
collects wearing psychiatrists

white with black widow noir
cut out corn and crunchy on a box of Vita Brek
stays in a flat
wears the costume
eats Vita Brek

three bowls
thee chairs
three generations of masked men
quoted man, man and superman by
thinker ape
living in sin with Were Zombie masked Gorillas

not at home

Galactic hauling empty lot
where Jack 'Clock' Carter stole second glitter from an Animaldroid Time Traveller

covered himself
whizzing whooping pow to egghead mentalist superiouris
Mugger from the year 3000

covered himself
ultimate creta jungle rumble tumble with Dinosaur
Dinosaur, Dinosaur and Diner Dinosaur

Professor Nobel Fields
his brilliant theory
corner cutting
struck by a Truck
looking like a Dime
his British fiancée
hit by a Lorry
looking like a Penny

flipped into parallel change adventures
flat life flat like
brought together again
buying elongated crypto cryo beers for Creature from Dimension X+1 and Creature from Dimension X+2

wishing well

Comments about Atom Spider Versus Radio Killer Space Mystery by mark littler

  • Brian Jani (7/14/2014 8:41:00 PM)

    well written poem here.keep up the good poetry (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Poem Edited: Thursday, August 29, 2013

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