Younisos / Writer

Bony madness

a radical blade extends its iced platinum
on sawn skulls —
huge eggs
crimped marrow
mad cartilages
erect bone breaking up heavens

flabbergasted guts
puke their meaty screams
on lymphatic aphonia —
flat ribs
blown gelatin
stillborn green sky
crippled fractal twisted smash

and my frightened glands
fall apart
in ionic cracklings
slicing the synaptic song
of dismembered aesthetics —

cold breast
sidereal gristle
bony phallic killing

slashed immanence


11 responses

  1. I think I found my other half.

    This experimental poetry of yours is pure masterpiece and my kind of poetry.

    You and I, share a lot in common with experimental poetry.

    I’m now going to follow your page. I hope you follow mine and see what I am talking about when I too, experiment with words.

    P.S Hope to hear from you soon.

    ~ Charlie Zero the Poet

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    24 January 2019 at 23 h 21 min

    • I’m following your page too.
      I’m glad to meet you and your poetry… I think we’re lucky to meet…
      Our writing are so close yeah…
      Reading your poems makes me feel less alone.
      Thank you !

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      25 January 2019 at 0 h 17 min

      • I am following your page as well too. 🙂

        Yes, we are very lucky that we have met here.

        Also, keep this in mind…I’ll be posting new experimental poetry every ‘Mondays’ & ‘Wednesdays’.

        As you can probably tell from what you read from my work as I read yours as well. I’m very much into the ‘Cut up Technique’ by William S Burroughs.

        All my poems are cut ups and I love using this program that randomizes my work, so I experiment from there and by using my own vocabulary. 🙂

        I look forward to reading and learning from your work.

        Question: Do you post poems often? Or not all the time?

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        25 January 2019 at 6 h 04 min

  2. The cut-up is integrated in my visions and rhythm, it’s part of the flux.
    My writing is chaotic and I don’t post regularly.
    I have periods of silence…
    Besides, I write and publish experimental books in French, and I’m looking for a publisher for a delirious experimental book in English.
    Anyway, I’ll be reading your ‘Mondays’ & ‘Wednesdays’ poems… sure !

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    25 January 2019 at 11 h 01 min

    • I’m so glad and happy that we both experiment with ‘Cut up Technique’.

      Silence huh? I saw your video on YouTube, someone recorded you just being silent. That’s interesting. but, I understand it – meditation.

      I have noticed you released your own book of poetry but in French.
      Sure hope you find a publisher who can translate your book into English.

      Yes, stay tune for more of my new post and I’ll be looking forward to your new post as well. 🙂

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      25 January 2019 at 22 h 14 min

  3. Just to clarify a point :
    I don’t need any translator.
    That book that I talked about is a collection of texts that I wrote in English in the first place.
    My manuscript is in English and I just need a publisher for my bloody carnal transgressive book…

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    25 January 2019 at 22 h 40 min

    • oh…okay cool. My apologies for the misunderstanding.

      Well, I can’t wait read your manuscript when it comes out. 🙂

      Question: Are you into Noise music? Example: Throbbing Thristle, or Ministry?

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      26 January 2019 at 0 h 41 min

  4. In terms of avant-garde music, I’m rather into free jazz … I got a lot of inspiration from musicians like Peter Brötzmann, Weasel Walter, and also the last albums of Coltrane.
    You know… delirious unchained improvisations… the wild flux.

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    26 January 2019 at 4 h 38 min

    • So, I got to listen to ‘Peter Brotzmann, and Weasel Walter. Such a superb! of great free jazz musicians. Those are true geniuses of their time.
      And of course, Coltrane was a masterpiece and ahead of his time with music.

      Question: Have you heard of ‘John Zorn’? He is the best jazz/noise experimentor.

      oh! and by the way…It occurred to me the other day that I have this book called: Cut up! An Anthology inspired by the cut-up method of William S Burroughs & Brion Gysin. I’ve had this book since last year and read it like 3 times the whole entire thing. So, just yesterday I saw the book and re-read it again – and there it was…your name appeared and the title ‘Self Cut-up in Tangier’. I was blown away and little did I know I’d be talking to you today. I’m so happy we met and are talking and appreciating each other’s work. I wish one day I can be in the cut up anthology. That is if – Joe Ambrose & A.D. Hitchin decide to do another one. And if it ever happens I’m in. 🙂

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      28 January 2019 at 4 h 57 min

  5. First I have to tell you that Joe Ambrose is dead. He was a great connoisseur of Burroughs, Beat Generation and underground art and literature, he wrote a lot about that… He passed away few months ago.
    As for A.D. Hitchin, he stopped writing cut-up poetry. Now he’s writing transgressive prose, but with coherent meaning.
    That cut-up Anthology was an amazing experience and is now a slice of contemporary avant-garde literature.

    Of course I know John Zorn and I like him yeah…

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    28 January 2019 at 11 h 51 min

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