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another effing masterpiss

you'd rather (dis)miss

By Andrei Z.Published 3 months ago 1 min read
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this is our sentence

effective immediately

and we, effete,

as if molten waxen effigies

are incapable of no more efforts

our emanations—nothing but

radioactive effluent flowing

down the sewers

an efflorescent inanity

an ineffable e(u)l(e/o)gy to

our flawed allergy

to being humane enough. *

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* (footnote): the opinions expressed above are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the editorial board.

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Andrei Z.

Overthinker.

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  • Randy Wayne Jellison-Knock3 months ago

    Though this critic & commentator agrees heartily (as the poem is applicable to him).

  • Celia in Underland3 months ago

    Brilliantly written,the inanity is frequent and obtrusive 🤍

  • Oooo, your masterpiss was the master of all pisses! Like Grz below, I did have to look up a few words. Your vocab is mindblowing!

  • Grz Colm3 months ago

    So much wordplay Andrei, I needed too look up a couple. Such ideas here as usual but quite cutting. 😊

  • Brenton F3 months ago

    All hail the masterpiss! This is gutwrenchingly good!

  • Rachel Deeming3 months ago

    No dismissing here. I love the scornful tone of this and the irony of something so well written possibly being overlooked. But not by me, Andrei. Your masterpiss is very much on my radar.

  • Hannah Moore3 months ago

    Ah, it stings doesnt it, when our progeny are overlooked. Good poem though! I love the word play.

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