A Man that Ate His Own Head
By Wolf Larsen
An insect flies hallucinating with Manchu Picchu on its back and a mountain swirls around and shakes your hand so you’re clinging to the side of a cliff spinning around the hemisphere and the river jumps over the mountain and kisses the sky, the train whirlpools around and around the drain and all the Poets climb out of holes in the sky and recite streets lunging out of the flowers, then a tree grows out of the cliff and asks for a city, the Inca bridge connects New York City to Peru and mountains start springing out of the earth – mountains drooling out of other mountains until up and down is a delirious question running through opium staircases to Manchu Picchu, the blare of a train might be a machete slicing through your brain
Copyright ã 2004 by Wolf Larsen. All Rights Reserved.
This kind of hallucinatory poetry is not for everyone, but
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Ohhhhh Wolfie..I like your brother's work so much better.
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