A spider’s dragnet catching the wind over a maglev bullet train,
Write me a spider to craw the web, catch me if you can,
I am on a one way ticket to paradise, let me craw to a better,
Tomorrow, let me trawl, find what I do not know and see the Light,
The Internet is a sea of human nature, a vast cloud of flesh,
A great library of Alexandria, information is power,
But like all power, there are those who want to keep it,
For themselves, Zuckerberg and Gates, Facebook and Google,
Now, as far as I know, and I might be wrong though I am right,
Nobody has ever put up the U.S.’s nuclear missiles on the Internet.
I mean, it’s not something I’ve heard about, at least according to,
The Internets, hey did you see the latest Grumpy Cat meme?
Certainly water coolers and bulletin boards are more interesting,
Now there is an unlimited supply of posters and funny jokes,
What with the arctic ice melting, ISIL exploding in Syria and Iraq,
With constant war and death, and that certain uneasiness,
That you feel when your boss Googles your Facebook page,
We all need a good laugh, yea, I want to write a spider to trawl,
Trawl the web and fish for Grumpy Cat memes,
I want to bury my head in the sand and forget Ferguson,
I want to forget Jihad John, I am tired of silicon valley,
I want a hut in the woods, ten acres and a mule,
The Amish have it right, the only cloud in their towns,
Are those that bring rain, too bad a storm is coming.
Article that I saw on Anonymous today. Interesting book…
See my new poem and associated YouTube video on the link here. I welcome comments as I am trying to get a really tight book of poems to publish the day after election day, the day after tomorrow. A brewing storm is coming due to climate change. The white man created the problem, and non-whites will bear the most significant consequences. This is the the fuel for a war to end all wars. It is inevitable…
Poem with new style of #SolarPoemMachine reading. First step to Solar Poem Machine is to get all my poems read via a computer and take the .wav/.mp3 files and bring them into a VR music analyzer. Paul Christian, does such a thing exist? See the YouTube video at the bottom of this post. Like the voice?