Borce Panov

Rookie (27.09.1967 / Radovish, Republic of Macedonia)

What Did Charlie C. Saw From The Upside Down? There Comes Charlie Winded Like A Toy -Idiot, He Is Whispering To Me And Turns Sharply Down, Hanged Onto His Long Foot To The Wir - Poem by Borce Panov

What did Charlie C. saw from the upside down?

There comes Charlie winded like a toy
-Idiot, he is whispering to me
and turns sharply down,
hanged onto his long foot to the wire,
he leaks my blood thru wire from the nerve fiber
fast
with his thumbs he lift up, one by one, the tails of his little
tailcoat
becomes a dot between the dots...
What did Charlie C. saw from the upside down?
We ate fish - he was carefully sucked the bones
of the shoe
I sucked the tacks of the sheat-fish
what remained we throw into the garbage cans
that hop from the orgasm-m-m-m-m-m of the cats
-Faster, Charlie, faster
a volcano is turns into typhoon
(you do not see it)
You dancing
yours foot is stuck with the chewing gum on the floor,
now it is clear that he is a giant from a half upward
and he shoot aaah, he shoot us from a distance!
Faster Charlie, move away, tear off!
What? !
You're in love. Terrible! You're in love Charlie
the head of your soul is outside of the skull
A black rock, a sad one
now floating inside my head Charlie
Typewriter types my heart
a sheet is hopelessly white, although power failure...
Although power failure I know that deep through the whiteness
I feel
My blood is close to the other side and it's time to wake up,
although I do not know where...
You... you might have laughed from the upside down Charlie?

Borce Panov


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, December 7, 2011


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