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January 1, 2012
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living water springing meaner
even wisdom

building up the credit of judgment

for morbid reward

hell has lit the bee
& evaporated the shadows

in the negative presenses
whatever emptiness
pierced gates

emptiness believed
mere matter a blaspheme hitherto

half spiral of satiation
hunt to visit their iniquity
virtue of hell’s
panting God

daub herdsmen. Nahor. two great fell down lights in heaven. swallows knots twisted sons alone. owls alive. compassions reflected return rain upon the dragon who stood among the inhabited whatever faithful worshipped God kings of “evil” forced open into the country, a whoredom of dust in wounding slimepits.

Armageddon could learn the ash essence of Babel.

but not in pieces.

-=[} YaY {]=-

The Language of Eden (a composite of all my own n-gram data grafted to the major prophecies of the bible) has been spitting some seriously dark webs of late. This newest piece is just one in series of really upsetting poems coming out of the Language of Eden. I hope this does not bode infelicitous to world tidings, but I can tell you this January rain we’re having in Buffalo is seriously unpleasant.

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  1. January 3, 2012 3:53 am

    Some amazing phrases.

    living water springing meaner
    even wisdom

    for morbid reward

    in the negative presenses

    emptiness believed
    mere matter a blaspheme

    half spiral of satiation

    a whoredom of dust in wounding slimepits.

    Armageddon could learn the ash essence of Babel.

    Reads very harsh, like uncut whiskey. But maybe that’s the only way to drink.

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