Friday, April 12, 2019

Poem of the Day: 'Jewel into water' by Rus Khomutoff


I forced myself to be born every day, flower of reverie
renaming the hitherto something other than life/death,
distempering the quicksilver withdrawl
a secret knowledge, the armature of numberless possible worlds
sustain release the deepfeel pleasure post
step into the question
write your own skin
uproot the firestone inamorata
undo the shimmering verge
purple rainbow porcelain aescape
pleasure voltage of post geography plain
turning jewel into water




Rus Khomutoff is an experimental language poet in Brooklyn,NY. His poetry has appeared in Proprose Magazine, EgophobiaPoetheadRasputin and Hypnopomp. This year, he published his debut, Immaculate Days (Alien Buddha Press). He is on Twitter @rusdaboss.




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