All things in existence are held together by perception. The eye becomes disillusioned by the world around it that it loses grasp of life.
Human beings are modified to become efficient machines geared towards perfection for increased profits. The human mind now keeps track of minutes for nothing can be wasted. Every waking moment of our lives seeps in productivity.
I consider this a form of productive efficiency.
All that we attempt to craft is for sheer profit. The system is built to maximize our ability to create output. We are an essential commodity to capitalism. …
Our brain operates off of stimulation that helps indicate what we are feeling. When it comes to poetry writing and finding your voice, the best analogy is that writing poetry should feel like sex. Like sex, you can experience a wide range of emotions, some great and some not so great.
Poetry writing is about self-discovery. Sex requires two, maybe three or more (if you are a freak in the sheets) people to perform the act; however, writing poetry is about making love with ourselves. …
brain atrocity monstrosity
sea seeking sirens wailing
Orpheus singing sleeping
with a Morpheus dream
diseased lobotomy autonomy
economy in a digital age
of oppression correction
phallic erection our dereliction
of human love drugged
eyes glued to pornographic hubs
A poet’s sword is words.