It would be a conceit to believe that any of this is relevant…
Perhaps these are merely random words spat forth by misfiring synapses in the organic computer of an alter-ego too big to believe it has nothing to say; or too far gone to give a shit.
After all, life continues (for now); children are born; politicians evade the truth; nations rise and fall (as do sea levels) and the world lurches on regardless of the words that gather electronic rust on these flickering pages.

The Dread Letter Office management takes no responsibility for personal interpretation of these lines.
(Since when did management take responsibility for anything?)

Read ‘em and weep.


© Pisces Iscariot reserves all rights to these scribblings

12 comments:

NBarrows said...

I like this place....
thank you

poetry_pete said...

I just wanted to let you know that I sponsor a poetry contest with a $10,000 first place prize every month. I thought your poem would be a good candidate. Just click my name for the site. Keep on writing...

jim said...

wow poetry pete...here's my entry...
written after Israel dropped a 500 kg. American-made bomb on 4 unarmed U.N. peacekeepers (a Canadian, an Austrian, a Chinese and a Finn), in a patrol post in southern Lebanon 12 km from the blue line in full view of Israeli spotters:
_______________________________

Sorry we killed your guy.

War you know.

Collateral damage and all that.

Maybe you'll learn.

Don't come back.

-the Israeli assistant to the assistant.

UBERMOUTH said...

That's fabulous,actully.

dennis said...

Dennis is in awe...

Beverly Hamilton Wenham said...

How cool are you!

Pisces Iscariot said...

Very - Thanks :D

human being said...

wow! and the artworks are yours...
stunning!

the third one really talks to me:


looking within
looking behind
take my hand
and make me blind...

Pisces Iscariot said...

human being: unfortunately the art is not mine
1. The Book of Samothrace by Barry Windsor Smith
2.Ancient Sound by Paul Klee
3.Untitled by Zdzislaw Beksinski

human being said...

aha...
but the 'choice' is yours



thanks for the information...

Mariana Soffer said...

Certainly it is too late to care, but we care for the needn't care for. We cyber care with our cyber human extensions.
I never expected the DLO would take responsibility, it would be like expecting countries not to prepare for war.Oh, and I see what you say about management. Management takes care of wasting people precious time, I consider it an important task.

H A R R Y G O A Z said...

Super !!!