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In a world of reality, I wonder if I myself am truly real
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
The day breaks with band-aids on hand - and I pour a bowl of surreal

And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
My head dials earth my head dials earth my head dials earth
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
I feel like cutting off your head
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
Life (lie--fff)...Turn on the current, for I am God

Walking (constantly) waking (constantly) moving
And I think this is all very tiring
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
Byzantine Emperors sing flat Hosannas!
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
My circuits are overloaded, but I'll try to do better next time

And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
Monkeys fly outta my butt!!
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
'Cause George created Jabba the Hutt
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
Yes, I find humor aqueous, but not very humorous!
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense

--A yam. Or am I sweet, potato?
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
Writing burns on, and my insanity grows.
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
Row row row your boat life has no meaning so row row row.
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
I broke the window

And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
I keep drivin' past goin' twice as fast
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
Let this be the end at last.
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
Was it yours to lose?
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
HEY! Stop PICKING your big fat snooze!

And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
Who's that chick with the snake? Wotthehell?
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
Like flies in Indian butter - ghee ghee ghee!
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
I fondled my hamster with glee

And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
And I feel much better about my fall from grace
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
And wrecking the entire human race
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
My brains swirl like that crazy cappuccino bile
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
Arm yourself when the Frog God smiles.

And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
Scratch and save is a game we all play
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
A severed monkey that won't go away,
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense

Day or night, chicken--chicken, chicken done right.
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
Twas poetic justice that the kitty found might.
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
Over their shoes and under their 'fros
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
Drugged me forever--my watery wORLD wears no

And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
Howling from the heavens with lightning and thunder
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
Jabberwocky, of course...
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
I'M LYING HERE, ALIVE IN A hearse!
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense

In a world of reality, I wonder if I myself am truly real
And the scent of the sense of nonsensical sense
The day breaks with band-aids on hand - and I pour a bowl of surreal





------
"All bad poetry springs from genuine feeling" -Oscar Wilde


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The following comments are for "Generated Jabber Wacky"
by MountainBill

Bill? Oh, Bill?
You stole my nonsensical fave word. I know what else you did too. (wink-wink) My head wants to dial earth after reading this and ya I like it.

( Posted by: Legs [Member] On: March 1, 2006 )

When the Frog God smiles
There are some great lines in here ('arm yourself when the Frog God smiles' is probably my favourite...) but I struggled with the poem's structure. Or lack of it. The repeated line, nicely lilting as it is, soon felt like overkill, so I tried reading the poem without it, and found it very fragmented. It may sound paradoxical, but I think a cohesive structure is more important in nonsense poetry than in any other sort: look at Edward Lear, or indeed Lewis Carroll. It might be a narrative thread, or a strict rhythm/rhyme structure... it needn't be all these things, but I feel it needs something. Even nonsense poetry needs to know what it's trying to say!

Nevertheless, this is the most interesting poem I've read here recently, so thanks for giving me something to think about!

( Posted by: MobiusSoul [Member] On: March 2, 2006 )

poem generator takes a bow
Wendy,
Mobius,
Thanks.
I confess this is partly my poem but not all my poem. while surfing the web I found this auto poetry generator site \' for fun I wrote out a about three nonsense lines and kept feeding it it to the generator search engine, and out of my original line I got all these cool generated lines. my favorite line is the \'chicken day and night - chicken done right! and monkeys fly outta my butt\' I didn\'t steal it from you Wendy. I swear to God the poem generator coincidentally came up with that line.

( Posted by: MountainBill [Member] On: March 2, 2006 )

Jabber Whaky
Doc,

Drawn to you're work by your comments on mine. After looking over you previous posts I was not at all surprised by this one. It appears to be the sort of rambling-on with virtually incoherant thoughts that I enjoy writing and reading (although in my case I would rhyme of course!).

This sort of poetery usually comes out of nowhere from people who get extremely serious both in their writing and their work and, as I said, I found it facinating as I usually get a better feeling for the author after reading a piece of this nature.

I was surprised that this was a colaboration with a poetry generator, but do not feel this invalidates the work as 'you' made the decision to published it... and also informed us how it was writtten.

I am sure that at the moment you are only scratching the surface of your depths in poetry and look forward to seeing more of your work. My only suggestion would be not to be afraid to get serious, I sense some excellent capacity within you and am intrigued by what to wxpect next...

Have Fun,

Ivor

Silly is fine when it's time to have fun,
But what do we do when there's work to be done?
Well personly though, I don't know about you,
I intend to be silly ...whatever I do!

( Posted by: ivordavies [Member] On: March 12, 2006 )





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