I

I

A Poem by R.J Calzonetti (SinisterPotatoe)
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I wrote this poem while away from home. I'm happy with the result.

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I




Biomechanical Albion symbiotic sovereignties androgynous bottomless marionette recollections chasing the weaponized perfections exoskeleton melancholy like the hill of umbilical cords not even born




Etherial onomatopoeia of infatuated Cleopatra immaculately sacrificial promiscuous ventriloquist pulling the strings of death-bringers soliloquy shadowed by hallelujah shrouded Gilgamesh of Armageddons methamphetamine anagram anthologies of celestial amnestics reflecting on the resurrection of renegade hatred




In a ruthless plague of rag-dolls of acupuncturist homunculi of pushpin vigilante incubator of Mother Nature’s glacier irrigated marionettes pirouette the stumbling jugular voluptuous stomach mumbling annunciations gluttony insufferable in the undertow of pheromones comatose to the motion of the waves that braid the fluctuations of fluorescent ectoplasmic spectres from the wreckage of endocrine beneath the surface of the epidermis surgical splurging of spliced glucagon rifling psychically intertwining rhymes unwinding Frankenstein serpentine alignment of skyscrapers on the pondering mitochondria’s hell-spawn legato monotonous to the triceratops apocalypse of oculus rift bliss of virtuoso cloaca shapeshifting the Big Dipper’s omnipotence homonyms fondling kilometres of augmenting cemetery chariots to malaria’s hysterically paradoxical helicopters dropping the words like flies regurgitated psychotropic velociraptors telepathic synapses capturer of absentminded sciences writhing through the cytoplasm of clementines made the schizophrenic endeavour of the ecliptic renaissance of tonsillitis like a tidal fire hydrant of wyvern’s livelihood of diaphragms flamboyant recoil and ricochet rhythmic primitive aneurisms of inhibition’s prism vivid lividity prison of tranquillity take quill quelling melodies of melancholy conduits of the clockwork of my van-ocular vernacular




I harbour my doubts, cry myself a river, waiting to set sail, a vessel, and anchor in a sanctuary of my soul, in a watery grave like buried treasure, where I can drown my sorrow, like a fish out of water, a disembodied monster of frenzied energy, possessing consciousness, a battle cry to be exorcised, purified,




I

Am no longer just a cage called a cell




Though the apple of the I doesn't fall far from the tree




I am more than the depths of my negligence, under bodies of water made flesh castaways

Holding on to life's roots like decapitated asterisks a raft isolated on the endless pale void page

I am the embodiment of free will imprisoned within myself to explore the world discharged from the wombs asylum

Resting my wary I, the retina is just another looking glass in a cathedral of sunlight and long cascading shadows

In a blink of an I, and the eternity of us is the homage of life's kaleidoscope, and city of colour 

I am therefore I am, or rather, through us, have become

I



© 2019 R.J Calzonetti (SinisterPotatoe)


Author's Note

R.J Calzonetti (SinisterPotatoe)
I very seldom reply to reviews, but I promise I read EVERY single one. I look forward to my next review, because it helps me learn. Even if it's just one word, I promise, I will be ecstatic to have the chance to hear what you have to say. Whenever you write something about my poems, or the themes of my poems, or criticize me it is not in vain. I will listen, learn and be thankful.

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If Eminem was a poet...
I don't usually enjoy these types of abstract forms of poetry, especially this long, but I can't say I've come across something quite like this piece and it had me there til the end.
It was actually quite interesting and had a good flow.
The only thing I would say the big paragraph you might want to break that up maybe in half to make it easier to read.
That was a lot of of intense syllables for just one straight paragraph.
Overall though I really liked , agree with the rest, would love to hear it as a spoken word. Do definitely share it wherever you can so others can Enjoy it too.
Good job.
Lyanth. (But you already knew that.)

Posted 1 Month Ago


R.J Calzonetti (SinisterPotatoe)

1 Month Ago

I’m really happy to hear such a complement. I’m always trying to create great poetry that could .. read more
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DAH
This wants to be read out loud at a Slam. It's dying for a live audience, really!
Surreal, abstract, and real ...

Bravo!
DAH

Posted 1 Month Ago


R.J Calzonetti (SinisterPotatoe)

1 Month Ago

I planned to go to a major poetry slam to show this off, but I made some plans so I'll have to hit i.. read more
DAH

1 Month Ago

Yes! And, like a song writer/singer, memorize it and recite with out looking at it. Good Job!
I really like the melancholy and monstrous feel of this one, I like how when you said I it didn't always fit in the right way, it added to the depth of the piece.

Posted 1 Month Ago


R.J Calzonetti (SinisterPotatoe)

1 Month Ago

I glad you enjoyed the themes and emotions, I'll definitely be back with more later on!
whew. i always have to catch my breath after reading you. this one no exception. you have a knack for putting words together that would never even belong near each other and making it work to paint the twisted tapestry of your other dimensions. thanks for the ride ... :)

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R.J Calzonetti (SinisterPotatoe)

1 Month Ago

Thanks for reading, I'll try my best to continue to making jaw dropping poems. You and everyone else.. read more
This style of writing seems new ton me but it's really amazing anyway and It's words are beautifully structured. I like it.


Posted 1 Month Ago


R.J Calzonetti (SinisterPotatoe)

1 Month Ago

Thank you Kay! I’m glad you like my style. I’ll send you a friend request and review a poem or t.. read more
Kay Salisu Titilola

1 Month Ago

Thank you. R.J
great imagery and writing style,write on mr poe

Posted 1 Month Ago


R.J Calzonetti (SinisterPotatoe)

1 Month Ago

I will indeed my friend!
if you can rap these wraps I think you would sing a masterpiece of thought flow down sweet and low flow with a crescendo leaving an echo of your resolute revolution rambling throw up Picasso poetry who did those last 3 images I cant read the name im old and blind but they are fantastic expressions with awesome use of color. sorry took so long to review i must of read this 20 times

Posted 1 Month Ago


R.J Calzonetti (SinisterPotatoe)

1 Month Ago

I plan to rap these wraps soon, my bunny friend. At a poetry slam, in a few days. I'll let you know .. read more

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R.J Calzonetti (SinisterPotatoe)
R.J Calzonetti (SinisterPotatoe)

Burlington, Halton, Canada



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For those who wonder why I have a silly username, I've been using this name because I find it funny. Potatoes are never really that sinister. The e on the end of potato is because I'm a potato with to.. more..

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