Showing posts with label Poetria. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Poetria. Show all posts

Thursday, March 26, 2020

Stay in Your Cell






The dog barks; the caravan passes

We can see you breathing
It's not good
Inhale
... Pause ...
Exhale
... Pause ...
Like a dog, only with fewer rights

Stimulate each I with your pound sign and tweet
I can't protect my family with collective idiocy
Am I safer at home?
The best askesis is staying in your cell
May I please move along?
I can't without a fine or imprisonment
I'm tired of waiting

We just want you to stop
Inhaling
Exhaling
... Just pause ...
Sit
... Heal ... 
Like a dog, only with fewer rights

Silence is the canvas, not the painting













Sunday, March 22, 2020

Iota Haiku






Obey them, we must
Help save us from plague, they must
Stay inside, we must

Masks, hospitals need
Prevent cough mist contagion
Germ sweatshops, they are

Covid nineteen, bad
Fast forward to the fifth Gen
Must track pandemic

Make stats big they must
Trusting agency's reports
Truth it cannot be

Germs and viruses
Everyone with smartphone knows
Science tells us so

FCC needs more
Accelerate deployment 
Good bandwidth, no more

The gospel, they say
Stab arm to eradicate
To argue, no time

Allow them, we will
Get away with it, they will
Deserve it, we will













Saturday, March 21, 2020

Umbrella Corporation and its Crowning Influence




There are many things that we don't know and have yet to discover
How long will this pandemic last?
Every one feels the test, and most know they'll survive; it's the elderly we don't want to put in harm's way
Yet their owners added a bandwidth between 24 and 28 gigahertz regardless of the harm

A lot more information can be carried on them
Radio waves will be supplemented with millimeter waves
Enabling data to be transmitted in larger amounts and faster speeds, with shorter lagging

Low latency enables near instantaneousness communication
Yellow buses won't need drivers for long
In less than ten years we will achieve the fourth industrial revolution prophesied back in 2017
No one can stop their plans to roll out more and more big tech & big pharma
Global economic output is banking on an estimate of at least 250 billion dollars more annually by 2025

That is only five years from now, and most won't receive education about it's health risks
Once the infrastructure is up and running, we won't be able to opt out

Ushering in a new era of computer-assisted living is the goal
Smart cities will be reaching into every living cell, containing every virus




















Monday, March 2, 2020

Lenten Symbols








The true lamb ate the paschal lamb;
the symbol hastened to enter the belly of truth.

For all the types in the holy of holies
dwelt and anticipated the one who fulfills all.

And when the symbols saw the true lamb,
they tore the curtain and stepped out to meet him.




Ephrem the Syrian
Hymn 6, verses 9-11

[Translated by J. Edward Walters. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2012]









Monday, February 24, 2020

Millennial Haiku









Alarm goes off again—
Toes touch the floor
Checks Facebook



Fifty six notifications? 
What the ef?
I hate being tagged 



What is there to eat?
Nothing much
I’ll just go to the drive thru



What should I wear?
Looks pensively
at options 



Have my phone
Have my keys
Do I have everything? 



Pocket vibrates—
What is it now?
Long exhale



Turns into parking lot
F***ing asshole
I was here first 



I’ll have two number two meals
Each with a large coffee
With four creams added



Checks Twitter
Retweets
Presses heart



Have a nice day
Thanks, you too
Idiot forgot to add cream



Almost there
Better late than never
Checks Facebook



Where am I?
You’re in the hospital
Where’s my phone?














Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Optimizing Trust




Investigating “Science” is not the problem
All these academics and graduates
Specialists and sub-specialists
Those with certificates and those on their way
Quoting each other supportively
Creating this illusion of incontrovertibility
Scientizing all philosophies of problem solving
Problematizing all solutions that are anti-Science
Democracy is the greatest threat to hegemony
When women are valued more than men, equality is achieved
Wetdreams of Hitlerian Brexits are why foreign nations need our policing
If you don’t want to be expurgated, don’t believe the wrong things
Intersectionality proves that translesbian prostitutes are unjustly marginalized
Whiteness has proven itself to be rape, with the exception of Zionists
Eratosthenes’ sticks proved the sphericity of life two thousand years ago
Mark’s little apocalypse proves that the end was not near
Bezos and Musk prove Capitalism to be the enemy of Socialism
Warren’s crosshairs on Big Pharma prove she can’t be bought
Racism equalling prejudice+plus+power proves the dictionary wrong
Non-binary vegan activists prove the patriarchy needs smashing
For the best sex, we need to approve medicare for all
For the best results, make sure you’re fully vaccinated
Utterly pampered idiots infantilizing all investigation into the problem














Friday, February 14, 2020

Valentine’s Day Psychology 101







People love 1-to-1 correspondence
The Roman Emperor‘s command for him was to be executed
The Western Empire commands execution of his holy day
Martyred on the 14th of February
We celebrate on the 14th of February
Unless you’re Eastern
Then it’s July 6th & 30th
He wrote a letter
Be my valentine 
We write letters
Be my valentine 
He fell in love before his last day
We celebrate love so it won't be ours
For chocolatiers 
and philanthropists
For poor sweethearts 
and middle-class cheap lays
The year 496 was his canonization
496 million cream filled eggs ordered each year ever since
His demise was 270 years after the year of our Lord
270 electoral votes are needed to win a presidential election this year
He refused the command to deny marriage
We command love and respect with heart shaped treats
Innocent ideographic treats for the legendary love of mankind














Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Particles of experience






My neighbor is confident
I speak only to be suddenly shut down in a circle of ten
Then comes the cursory apology like a seven year old

It's not my fault that the story wasn't interesting
It tried to entertain me
It failed with that damn redneck accent

It seems that the sun, moon, and stars have called me elsewhere
I'm supposed to busy myself with their melodies
And practice twirling their barbie arms around

You might have already noticed, but I'm not very fond of curt neighborlyisms
There's a big world to be unlearned by us both
And I'm actually trying to function with comparatively little meaning, and not inflect

Unlike you, I'm not informed by those who sell fear porn and monetize hysteria to boost JNJ stock
I actually care about what molds and magnetizes desire
You can point to subatomic particle theory and it's not going to change what I discovered about electricity

Even if I knew how to satisfactorily complete your questionnaires
I still wouldn't know what to do with moonlight
But every step in its direction toward unknowing gives me peace













Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Zetetic Epistemology






Human knowledge involves personal commitment
Any statement of it may prove erroneous

These claims are not comfortable
To those fixated on absolute binaries

We have no clear idea of what all of our presuppositions are
When we try to formulate them they appear unconvincing

Should we be trapped within a framework of understanding?
May our core paradigms shift?

Some claims are adiaphora
Others are core teachings that cannot be compromised
Some claims must be believed

Subjectivity versus Objectivity
Relativism versus Universalism

We cannot see how they fit together
They do synthesize
This is how humans know

What is math that thou art mindful of him?
Or the Sol of man that thou care for him?

Imagine his body ninety million miles away 
From this spheroidal receptor and limbus
Four point five billion years old without a birthday

His core is fifteen million degrees celsius
Hurling toward his goal of one galactic year

Angular resolution and perfect sphericity
Millions of diameters multiplied beyond our own
Heat and light radiating beyond comprehension

Is he calculable only by those who think transcendently?
Was he made a little lower than the gods?

Now the Sol is exalted and crowned
Glory and honor are now under his feet

His story is cold with a tea
By usurers who build and maintain empires transgenerationally

Any statement may be mathematically true
Thought is the sickness of the human mind
















Sunday, January 19, 2020

Wakeypedia






Everyone postures as if they're woke
Worldwide data and inter-connectivity and trust 
Dancing around their globe together
Omnipresent, omniscient, omnibenevolent
Experts in every field
Standards for every market
Faith in what has been established 
All are effected by its gnosis
All can attain its level of epic social triunity
All is seen and worshipped
Yet even after the mountain is climbed 
Some still doubt

Our good news is that most people believe what is reported
They don't believe all that is reported, and they needn't
We just expect them to believe some report
About what not to believe 
And why not to believe
They can't help but trust what's available
Even those who trust independent research
Are influenced by the boundaries we fixed
By the experts we diffused
Resting upon faith in something we established
Every believer nods their pig head
And shares their sausage links

The big yellow banner
Sometimes red
Sometimes gray
Flies like a flag across the screen 
They use it to prove their logic
If everyone gave two dollars today 
Our priests of culture would be fully funded
Who cares if the machine gets a few facts wrong 
What matters is getting their dopamine to accelerate proportionally
With feeling justified in someone's sight
This centralized resource is really good, they say
Trust us, it has everything you need to know

Don't listen to those who tell you otherwise
They sermonize and sell propaganda
Ours, on the other hand, is loaded with blue hyperverbiage 
Sending the imagination off to idyllic Jepsteinian islands
Idoltyouzo and Eurofuchinittyacht are two popular staycation spots
Where political pedophilia is hidden in plain sight
And public eyes are wide shut
Our analytics reveal that when you click and go deep
Down that rabbit hole of faith in our services
You discover that there is no way
To prove everything wrong 
And we provide every means of transportation along the way

Trust the established authorities
Or follow the crumbs feeding quackery
Our science about Anatidae is settled
Whether they acknowledge it or not 
Like the last judgment
They will bow down now 
Or they will bow later
In the end they all bow
Let him save himself
We know that resistance is futile
Why would any man trust his own might 
When they can participate in our aeonic masquerade of conviviality 


















Sunday, January 12, 2020

Tick-tocking




Fear of living long
No time to think about then
Do the best I can

Fear of dying quick
Reward myself with leisure
Take another drag

Fear of living quick
You're petty and controlling
And high maintenance

Fear of dying long
No time to think about that
Do the best you can














Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Proverbial Children






What kind of world are we leaving for our children?
Questions from Hades bubble up from its pit
the living dead overflow with words
Patience and fortitude are not virtues
silence and stillness are
kindness would not be
when empathy could be given
being intelligent is also not
thoughtfulness is
Humility is 
not thinking less of yourself
or thinking of yourself less
Thinking rightly of yourself
humility is 
Being clever is also not
diligence is
boldness would not be
when turning the other cheek could 
erudition and cajolery are not virtues
actual, clear, and concise communication is
The resurrected soul decants works of art
querying apples of gold in necklaces of Sardian stone
What kind of children are we leaving for our world?














Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Because




only a few are watching
no one talks about it
we were trained to take in what was dished out
it gets ignored or whined about and denied
there's a breakdown in communication
nothing was ever read before
this notepad finally got your attention
others were willing to listen
they didn't flip out
their world didn't come to an end
their temple wasn't threatened
their priesthood didn't change
they rarely chose to punt
muteness tastes stale and boring
obsequious politeness looks runny and insipid
eternal niceties feel worse than purgatory
everyone knows it's in the room
it's gotta leave the room somehow
no one wants to do anything about it
i'm the only one suggesting it gets eaten
i'll even use the tusks for broth













Monday, December 23, 2019

Eulogy for David P. Jesse





Standing in front of his crowd
He had a voice that was strong and loud
He took a stand on every little thing
Ranting and pointing his finger
At every unteachable heart
Because he had a lot to say
And he sure could yell
We’ll miss him

He had a lot to say
about “the goal” of God’s Law
about Historicism and patriotism
He had a lot to say
We'll miss him

He had a lot to say
about patterns of Satan
Globalism, Islam, and the Papacy
He had a lot to say
We'll miss him

He had a lot to say
about debate strategies of Jesus Christ
about protestant ethics and the spirit of capitalism
He had a lot to say
We'll miss him

He had a lot to say
about the demonic intent of tattoos
marriage plagues, Proverbs 31 women, and sex that’s no fun 
He had a lot to say
We'll miss him

He had a lot to say
about Fidel Castro at weddings and Hammurabi's economics
about spontaneous human combustion and Arigo the Brazilian healer
He had a lot to say
We'll miss him

He had a lot to say
about the Imperial Kerux
Attacking the foundational pentateuch, the Albigensian crusade, and Athanasius
He had a lot to say
We'll miss him

He had a lot to say
about unidentified flying objects and Lucifer …“The Morning Star”
about astrology, seances, and contact with the dead
He had a lot to say
We'll miss him

He had a lot to say
about Satan’s strategic strikes
about the REAL evil of socialism, the Titanic, and Scipio Africanus
He had a lot to say
We'll miss him

He had a lot to say
about leaving Christian “Fortress America” undefended
Satanic counterfeits of Christ’s word, false prophesies of His return, and “Judgement”
He had a lot to say
We'll miss him

He had a lot to say
about it being better to be Herod’s ‘Hus’ than Herod’s ‘Huios’
about the “two or three witnesses rule” and the “God changers”
He had a lot to say
We'll miss him

He had a lot to say
about kings and battles and battles and kings
Isaiah’s amazing prophecy IS the Weber Thesis
He had a lot to say
We'll miss him

He had a lot to say
about Reformations and removing the hedge around us
about the “Culture Carriers” and the destructive generation of the 60’s
He had a lot to say
We'll miss him

He had a lot to say
about a thesis proving the REAL, historical existence of …SATAN
(you know the one …the REAL devil)
He had a lot to say
We'll miss him

He sure could yell
Ranting and pointing his finger
At everything but his unteachable heart
Some day we'll be in heaven together
Laughing about how wrong he was
Because he had a lot to say
He had a lot of nothing to say
We're gonna miss him