B. Sven Telander

Intueri - Poem by B. Sven Telander

Humana non grata belting out the non-sequestered universe blues,
jungle rainbows, radium jugglers, dancing over claws and clues,
nail the monolith for a nimbus marriage in the navel mazes,
lotus lily lightening, delusion pursuits fool with sinning glitter,
liquor florists on the fringes of hell practice random chicanery,
fazing the king with wisdom to tell, maybe sway the status quo,
lifetime to pay the ever-present dues in an insistent quid quod pro,
calling all the junkyards for the jolt of truth in laughter’s cascades,
precision of wit, satiric downpour, storm of humor is played;
understated clown raindrops show the tips of thunderbird wings,
new guild of craftsmen living vivid in the metaprogram,
translucent seducement, autoscopic awareness, ephemeral spectrums,
primal ecstasy in an archetypal wonderland, the soul’s bioplasmic
amusement park- ad renergia embraces cholinergia- calm anxiety,
pleasure shock, excitement relaxation, skidding into
speculatory arenas that transcend the obvious
with sustained, detached passion, an existence
inside and outside of time,
such lustrous excursions
and rapturous journeys,
golden nobility
in a gnostic underworld,
mobile center of consciousness
exerting telesis effect on the seductive charms
of night, incarnate glory of day rings alarms,
demolished reconstruction, the silhouette of ignorance,
casts the pall of assumption, yielding the shield of weakness,
disrupting the vices of mind, in a splash of flesh, a lurch of faith,
birth a new world into being along the whining grind of time,
flushing the petty troll of little words,
shaking burnt feathers of opinion,
from roasted squinted vision of fear,
to sharing the wonder of stars with open eyes,
on the yin-yang teeth of Kundalini cowboys
winking dirty whispers with
prerequisite enthusiasm,
drinking clever bitter wine,
in the high grass and thigh
of the holy hula-hula
Amazonian topless
go-go dancers.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 15, 2013

Poem Edited: Tuesday, July 30, 2013

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