WHAT'S ALL THIS?
This is the written word. Which one? It doesn't matter!
- Abrasax Logic: A poem about just how immortal the gods really are, using, as example, the God Abrasax or Abraxas*
- BiNDU: Semi-autobiographical, and with a smattering of français-- French Three's been good to me-- and Scottish folklore (a Brollachan is a formless beast who can only say the Scots Gaelic words for "me" and "you")...
- Tuba Veneris: A somewhat cynical bit of doggerel on the topic of conventional marriage.
- White Gold: A
Drug Against War Verse Against Prejudice
- 63: Screaming Song: Uncharacteristically sadistic for me. Savor this one while you can (if you can), folks, cuz another one like it ain't scheduled for a long time.
- Pristine:... Ok, I guess you waited enough. More sadism. But sadism in a *nice* way... uh, yeah...
- Hymn: An incredibly vicious but all-in-good-fun hymn, made solely for the purpose of mocking those religious types who believe that pilpul debate over God's name is more important than anything else in religion (i.e., those who think "Yahweh" is somehow superior to "Allah" or or "Pan" or even "Jehovah"-- case in point, these guys. Just so's ya know, every "name of God" invoked in this poem is (don't laugh) actually part of Hebrew mystic belief (Qabalah).
- ECCE HOMO: A piece on Lautréamont's Maldoror. A favorite phrase from the book is embodied in the line about sick swine.
- "Truth is Beauty and Beauty, Truth..." or Une Raison d'Être: a mediocre book written in 9th & 10th grades, and a key for the perplexed and uninformed (and uniformed)... Genuine Juvenilia!!!
*: For more information, see here