Subliminal Subconscious Self

Subliminal Subconscious Self

A Poem by Phill Oz O'fee
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Writings from the soul ………..

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Subliminal Subconscious Self



From my mysterious mind’s eye

Envisaged elegiac swimming cantos

Crest the oceans of my imagination


Just below an undulating surface

Flowing driftwoods of creativeness

Slowly surface to virgin white pages


Squid’s ink drips athwart parchment

As I submerge deeper into psyche

Descending to a silted bedded abyss


Subliminal subconscious self persona

Unlocked from sunken treasure chest

Discharges vast kraken sized inspirations


Froth fizzing of aerated poetic stanzas

Permeate from subterranean feelings

Each bubble a poignant word of prose


Writing from the depth of my mortality

Free from restrictive anchors of rituality

I cast writes upon life’s giving waters


Copyright @ Phillozofee 2018


© 2018 Phill Oz O'fee


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Magnificent poem dear Phill! The amazing picture and words immerse us in the poet’s subconscious world of inspiration and creation, using brilliant imagery from the depths of the sea- wonderful metaphors, personification, alliteration. Verses are lyrical and magical with great language, cadence, rhyme. “Subliminal subconscious self persona..Unlocked...”- yes. Master-Class writing from the Octopuses’ Garden my friend.

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1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Phill Oz O'fee

1 Year Ago

You humble me with your words of endearment … thank you so much my friend … :-)
Annette Pisano-Higley

1 Year Ago

:))))...........!



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This one kinda makes me breathless....excellent prose here!

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Phill Oz O'fee

1 Year Ago

Thanks for your great review :-)
WOW! WOW! And WOW! This is another one of your mind-stimulating word-crafting blitzes! I can’t even imagine how your mind must operate, to think up these images & craft them in a wide variety of rarely-used vocabulary perfectly selected for each spot! I love using unusual words & many times people tell me they can’t understand my writing becuz of this. But here you’ve sent me to google often – not becuz I can’t understand your poetry, but becuz I want to understand it better (((HUGS))) Fondly, Margie

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Phill Oz O'fee

1 Year Ago

I'm overwhelmed by your praise - thank you soooo much dear friend …. :-)
A great read, and such vivid imagery rising from those sunken beds in the depths of your mind. Rich language used. Well done Phill.

Chris

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Phill Oz O'fee

1 Year Ago

Thank you Chris - for your lovely comments … :-)
Christine Anne Shaw

1 Year Ago

You are welcome. Have a great day.
Absolutely love this one. The dual imagery of the writer and "kraken sized inspirations" is just perfect. Wonderful read. Thanks for sharing!

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Phill Oz O'fee

1 Year Ago

Thank you my friend - very kind of you to say these words :-)
Magnificent poem dear Phill! The amazing picture and words immerse us in the poet’s subconscious world of inspiration and creation, using brilliant imagery from the depths of the sea- wonderful metaphors, personification, alliteration. Verses are lyrical and magical with great language, cadence, rhyme. “Subliminal subconscious self persona..Unlocked...”- yes. Master-Class writing from the Octopuses’ Garden my friend.

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Phill Oz O'fee

1 Year Ago

You humble me with your words of endearment … thank you so much my friend … :-)
Annette Pisano-Higley

1 Year Ago

:))))...........!
You are one to live within your words! There is a passion in this. You speak what you see and feel. Very epic!

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1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Phill Oz O'fee

1 Year Ago

Words are my friend, support and passion = thanks for the review!
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1 Year Ago

They should be always:) your very welcome
How much time did it take you to write this ...I was wondering.... :)
I like the squid ink and the parchment....

Others I need to Google ...peacefully... :)
But it has a mystic feel to it....
And always worth reading...

Posted 1 Year Ago


Phill Oz O'fee

1 Year Ago

To arouse interest is how I like to present my work - glad you liked this piece :-)
Ardra

1 Year Ago

Ah ... that you always manage to achieve... :)
So many new words for me in this poem that I'm not sure I actually know what I read. Whatever it was it was really beautiful, I loved it.

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1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Phill Oz O'fee

1 Year Ago

My grateful thanks for reviewing - I enjoy exploring new vocabulary :-)
Ariana Omnomnom

1 Year Ago

Me too!! But I haven't done a new vocab poem in a long time
An explosion of the creative mind...both in subject and deed. this was stunning in its use of vocabulary and extremely inspirational. Loved every line.

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Phill Oz O'fee

1 Year Ago

Why thank you so much - glad you liked the write :-)
Delving, deeper and deeper into ones psyche. like a leap of faith jumping into the Grand Canyon, never know what you uncover.

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Phill Oz O'fee

1 Year Ago

You are right there my friend - thanks for reviewing :-)

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Phill Oz O'fee
Phill Oz O'fee

Winchester, Hampshire, England, United Kingdom



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I am caught in a time spiral of confusion; that period we all experience between birth and death. Somewhere inside hides a poet, writer, lyricist and/or whatever, laying dormant and suppressed by s.. more..

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