poems 2 1 3 4 7

I found a book of poems by Australian poet Jordie Albiston called “Euclid’s Dog” – all based on various mathematical algorithms. These are mine, following the Lucas number sequence (2-1-3-4-7) – but much less haiku-like than hers. It helps to pass the time.

walking out – loudly – no

excuse really – please don’t mind me –

it’s just the jazz is so….so-so

 

doo bebop – doo – scooby

doo bebop – doo bebop a lula –

does my fockin’ ‘ead in bebop mate

 

I wonder – why – asunder

and awry – my powers plundered dry –

my temperaments my humours my absence gone

 

down under – untouched – resistant

impervious impermeable – up the gum tree –

with cross bare anchor hove axe ground

 

paint me – sweetheart – second

that emulsion – the surface is prepared –

some weatherdamaged man will know your innermost

 

not butter – margarine – can’t

believe it – noone thought it possible –

the old ennui the royal brie encore!

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