RHYTHM-CRASH ACID 5 AND THE ANGLES WHO CUT THEMSELVES SHAVING

By CharlieZero1 and Hastywords

Thank you CharlieZero1 for introducing me to Cyberpunk Poetry!Β 

X-shadows shave the apes teeth – errors pick at the floppy-disk coda

Replication at high speed – faulty duality mixed in random sequence

Cyberlimbs chewing on Dj Lucifer – Ancient programming licks module white-ware

Freakazoid wiring consuming injection molded plastic – scorching synchronized spatial time

Neanderthals hacked the cosmo-virus – corrupting zero’s and one’s

Duplicated by technetronic monotonies- megacosms crashing in a mechanical terrain

Crush Android fiber-optic schizo’s download Venus 5.1 into a surgical mechanism

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28 thoughts on “RHYTHM-CRASH ACID 5 AND THE ANGLES WHO CUT THEMSELVES SHAVING

  1. We did a great and excellent job on our collaboration.
    I’m so glad and happy that I introduced you to something new and that I hope you’ll study on it.

    πŸ™‚

    You and I make a great team. yay!!! Everything about this poem defines us of who we are in this cyberworld engineering microbes. πŸ™‚

    We shall do a next collaboration again. πŸ™‚ I will tell all my friends about this poem and bring them to you. πŸ™‚

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  2. no offense to charlie zero, but I don’t really think your writings need to change.
    i think what you do and the way you do it is pretty incredible by itself.

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  3. wow. I was wondering if I would come see from time to time or follow your blog (register…). I made up my mind here. Please do it again. (How suddenly I feel like at home here…).

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