Sarcastic Oblivion

Sarcastic Oblivion

A Poem by DylanChase
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Caustic reptilian...

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Sarcastic oblivion is a caustic reptilian
Is a cause for a million trillion billion villains to shed their skin chillingly...
Willingly still
A fed lamb on ah-grill...
Still as dams filled
A still of damnable swill...
A pill and refill the drill that will build flammable hills
With will of steel...
Tamable fields steal gullible frame from the heels of seals
Healed like veal in halls of fame...
Flames and rain
Eels in pain...
Lame-brained canes and a deal with Cain to cradle Abel
Disabled enabled to go down in fables heard round the stables...
Tables round and able to saddle cables
Ladles making halos...
A noble payload

© 2017 DylanChase


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The words, the ambiance, the rhythm... I liked everything.
It seemed to me (at least in my mind as I read it) that the tone changed right before reading "Flames and rain", as if day turned into night and a strange deep and calm voice whispered the rest of the poem in my ears.
I loved it!

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Tom Aubin

4 Years Ago

It was definitely worth it so you're most certainly welcome. I'm looking forward to read more of you.. read more
DylanChase

4 Years Ago

Aye, ditto, friend... Thanks you again, a pleasure
RolandDee

2 Years Ago

Gee wilickers boys and girls… I wonder why this vacuous SJW d********g ran away with his tail betw.. read more



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Many strong statements in the poetry. You left many topic for the reader to ponder. Thank yu my friend for sharing the amazing poetry and your thoughts.


Coyote

Posted 3 Years Ago


RolandDee

2 Years Ago

Gee wilickers boys and girls… I wonder why this vacuous SJW d********g ran away with his tail betw.. read more
The words, the ambiance, the rhythm... I liked everything.
It seemed to me (at least in my mind as I read it) that the tone changed right before reading "Flames and rain", as if day turned into night and a strange deep and calm voice whispered the rest of the poem in my ears.
I loved it!

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Tom Aubin

4 Years Ago

It was definitely worth it so you're most certainly welcome. I'm looking forward to read more of you.. read more
DylanChase

4 Years Ago

Aye, ditto, friend... Thanks you again, a pleasure
RolandDee

2 Years Ago

Gee wilickers boys and girls… I wonder why this vacuous SJW d********g ran away with his tail betw.. read more
Loved the rhyme and rhythm as well. Thanks for sharing this wonderful piece

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

DylanChase

4 Years Ago

You are most welcome, Maria, thank you for the appreciation
wonderfully unique. this was sooo nice written. i loved the flow. you are soo smart !!! loved the word choice and the rhymes which ended up making this a masterpiece

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

DylanChase

4 Years Ago

Thank you, Pie... I am not sure about "smart", as I am not sure it takes a very complicated mind to .. read more
Lol, I loved this. It flows so well and has a fun (and sarcastic) tone that made me smile at the rhymes. Here I am returning the review favor 4 months later and I found a gem! Great work. :) Thanks for sharing.

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

DylanChase

4 Years Ago

Hah, no problem in time taken to review... Not a biggie whatsoever... Just glad you enjoyed yourself.. read more
What up my man! It's great to get back and read your work. You're like a chameleon bro. There's always your style mixed in with different flavors. Intelligent writing constantly evolving. Always a pleasure.

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

DylanChase

4 Years Ago

Rofl, Colorado has missed YOU, bro, lolol
duff

4 Years Ago

I'm not even 6 hours away and I can smell it already, lol
DylanChase

4 Years Ago

Bro, I have a bowl waiting
This is several notches of brilliance above my ability to comprehend, but even at my low level, I'm blown away by your seemingly carefree careless effortless skipping rope down the sarcastic trail of life. I'm a rhyme-aholic myself, often love to do the same sound over many times, but you've taken this to a whole other pinnacle! The most exquisite thing is the way you repeat on a sound & then turn a corner to a different meaning, then riffing on rhyme awhile again, then turning another corner, etc. I actually found myself admiring your word play more than actually absorbing your message. This makes a writer want to play with words.

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

DylanChase

4 Years Ago

Your praise makes me feel several notches higher on the totem pole of ego... Rhyming is something th.. read more
I hear this one being narrated over a thundering bass line with an old style squeaky Hammond organ wailing in counterpoint! Another vivid acid dream, my friend! Love it. My favourite part is the last few lines:
"Lame-brained canes and a deal with Cain to cradle Abel
Disabled enabled to go down in fables heard round the stables...
Tables round and able to saddle cables
Ladles making halos...
A noble payload.'.
The lead guitar cuts in over the bass for this part and screams its way into oblivion!
Wonderful stuff!

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

DylanChase

4 Years Ago

How I missed this review... I will never know... As your insight is MORE than a highlight of enterta.. read more
The Iron Horseman

4 Years Ago

Keep the good stuff coming, Silente. I'm loving it!

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DylanChase
DylanChase

Denver, CO



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