mysterium tremendum et fascinosum

mysterium tremendum et fascinosum

I have chosen an exit
my finger is already in the sky
drawing up the clouds
they are dead with time
my music is blood running wild
I transient leap back and forth
the speed of pregnant vision
why is now a candied sound in my mouth
dissolving as a tongue of vapor
I laughed and cried
the tears come from above
they will plunge hard into the soil
                                                of my mad domain.

Nihilistic Poetry

2 thoughts on “mysterium tremendum et fascinosum

  1. I feel the gentle release of the speaker throughout the poem. This can be read as a scene of staging death, but I see it more as a quiet meditative going.

    I like this line:

    “why is now a candied sound in my mouth
    dissolving as a tongue of vapor”

    there’s much truth in its wonder on temporariness.

    This is piece is beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

  2. I too love this. Its really wonderful…

    This line is my favorite…
    “my music is blood running wild”

    Loving it!!!

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