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Edwin Torres

(1958 / New York City / United States)

Gigabyte Me - How Much RAM In Your Summer Of Love?

Used to be you could
touch your eyes.
Now everything is

Neon Lasso - Home is a mall, where the internet tightens
around the quicksters that form the One collective Artpunk,
the One Visionary digitized by Hallucinaries,
the One-brain Bitmap trapped in the web...
Cattle Pack'd in - the 'So-So NOW' bang - QUOTE UN!

The college kid at Starbucks
moonlights at Kinko's, the moonlight
at Starbucks Kinko's at twilight!
TODAY'S SPECIAL: on leather-bound nympho, strapped
to fiery medusa - UGLY (seen it once) FACE (seen it again)
For the fastest asses anything glows!
The page is glass - emitting light, where's the fallout?

Giger Dreadlocked bastard - Har Har
Metallic Organagros.
Border of a spine-span, A Spinach Dickle.
Lemme pull up a chair to hang - my feary t r i p on...PSYCHE!
I...a tryst? Oh Psych-A-Dullard,
doody calls! -How'd it get so crowded? -BOOTY!

Used to be I could rub my eyes
with a strichnine Babylon, towering
over the Forty Noches of Noah-mondes...now,
Everything smacks
in a Hyber-Cocktail J'accuze-i...
Techno-High, pumped in the brainvein - POW!

To the 'So-So NOW' crowd
soothing out the f-uu-rrr-fect tube, chimin' in
the kook - k - kook - koo...
Cyber Waste Placed Haste:
a trace of old - where boldly goes no moldy
moooooove it on!

I'm looking forward to a very relaxed know-it-all,
call me...or don't.

Submitted: Saturday, August 09, 2014
Edited: Saturday, August 09, 2014

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  • Gold Star - 11,765 Points Mandolyn ... (8/9/2014 10:31:00 AM)

    BRILLIANT! ! plastic fantastic, yup - but i say it's plastic blah-stic.
    this made my morning, thanks. (Report) Reply

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