Birth Day

A poem that got rejected from a magazine I submitted to. It was the day, existence climbed out In front and under the buttocks And burrowed through a little worm hole And found himself in a different galaxy And that was my birth day This world was noisy was the first thought Light was the…

Nucleosynthesis

Iā€™m a little confused, still wondering which constellation Collapsed in a mass suicide to give way to an orgasm At least one feels like that ā€“ and the inverse appears to be true too Like when my wife quakes through her fault lines And she tells me, she has never had an orgasm till our…

Childbirth

Under a leaf of a mulberry plant There was a lone fetus ā€“ a cocoon Passing her time, walls as narrow As the thin skin partition between Blood veins and air channels And one day, the cocoon spread her walling panels And made a small orifice, big enough for an exit Wings would now fly…

Hope

They say I live in augmented reality In oblong, skewed shapes Those sculptures of the mind So far from nature or order And through the paranoid eye I sucked in my own reality And planted my own weeds ā€“ some Echinochloa That multiplied and took over my rice fields And now I take a sickle…