Thursday, October 15, 2009

exulting mixture













irresistible progeny of internet
uses exulting language
vowelized words croak
capricious, insolent, vehement
do these work together?
cosmoranic rebrobates
sounds good to me
I let the investment lie low
words need to cool down before
exploded chelations hit me hard

23 comments:

anthonynorth said...

A great use of the words.

Irene said...

Inventive use of spam.

Lorraine said...

Oh yeah love the cosmoranic rebrobates lol great great expression

Linda said...

Compacted, concise and creative. The mixture works
Gautami. Thank you for your clever approach.

davidmoolten said...

I really like the idea of spam as progeny of the internet, and of spam both exulting and croaking. Dead on great perception, and use of the words.

Michelle Johnson said...

a very creative piece. hope all is well.

Derrick said...

Hi Gautami,

This certainly sounds good to me!

Sarah said...

I don't 'do' poetry, but this makes me want to...

mark said...

I hope they don't hit you too hard.

This make me smile. That alone makes it worthwhile...

Raven's Wing Poetry said...

A meta-poem on the words themselves -- I liked the approach and enjoyed the read.

-Nicole

Anonymous said...

from Therese L. Broderick -- someone once told me that a good poem is one which works even if only the last words of each line are read. This poem passes that test very well! Read just these last words: internet...language...croak...vehement...together...rebrobates...me...low...before...hard

briarcat said...

yep. you nailed it

Anonymous said...

Namaste, you certainly were able to put all the Wordle together, something I found impossible to accomplish. Good rhythm too.
Regards,
DH

Paul Oakley said...

I love your ending, Gautami:

words need to cool down before
exploded chelations hit me hard

Cynthia Short said...

So impressed...you did it! I found the words impossible this week, yet you were able to string together the mass of them into something artistic...good for you!

RBroeker said...

A thunder and lightning of words, crushing down on my late-night-brain, kicking away the romantic idea of a friendly moon. Good one.

Best wishes
Ralf

sage said...

nice!

Julie Jordan Scott said...

Wow. Not a single word left unspent, and so succinct as well! Bravo, Guatami

Wayne Pitchko said...

nicely done Guatami...love that exploding ending...thanks for sharing

EKSwitaj said...

I noticed that we both started with lines that read [adjective] [noun] of [noun]. I wonder if many others did and, if so, why.

Rajlakshmi said...

quite impressive word choice...
very well written

Zouxzoux said...

Good job!

Rekha said...

Very creative, nice read