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Like God's Own Mashed Potatoes by Poltergeise Like God's Own Mashed Potatoes :iconpoltergeise:Poltergeise 0 1
Literature
Ten Nintendo Haiku
Gluttonous air puff
Eating brains, gaining knowledge
Most adorable
Turtles and mushrooms
You are in the wrong castle
Fireball mustache
Green hat, Master Sword
Monsters and chickens beware
Money making game
Her robotic suit
Helps to navigate the maze
And kill wrongdoers
Pika Pikachu
Pika Pika Pikachu
Pika Pika Pi
Bicycle training
Ready to take on the world
Soda Popinski
Ape in the warehouse
It took her away from me
My hammer shall smite
That snickering dog
Mocks my inaccuracy
My dinner escaped
This Saturday night
I will listen to guitar
By Totakeke
The colors and shapes
Will soon cause suffocation
I need a straight block
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The Girl at the Bank :iconpoltergeise:Poltergeise 1 0
Atrocitron by Poltergeise Atrocitron :iconpoltergeise:Poltergeise 0 3 Dragantor by Poltergeise Dragantor :iconpoltergeise:Poltergeise 0 2
Literature
Memory Game
Sometimes, it seems, skin has a better memory than mind
A touch, or grasp, or caress, or strike
Like photographs, aromas and blue sky
They return back to another time
Sometimes, that time is good
Others, bad
Familiar jokes uncharacteristically lack humor
Familiar situations inconsistently become frightening
Too tight a muffler: the sepia image of too tight of fingers around a delicate neck
Too strong a grip: the grainy retelling of being forcibly dragged by the ankle
Too loud a disagreement: a scarred flashback of booming, ear-shaking discipline
Too rough a slap: a palsied account of a firm hand across a blushed cheek
Red-faced, embarrassed, frightful and panicked
Monsters in the closet, or monsters in the mind?
What lies beyond the bedroom door?
Nightmares beyond mind's scope, or memories beyond mind's measure?
There are stories our conscious entombs, to be left undisturbed and unremembered
Yet shoulders, scalps, hips and wrists never forget
In the least opportune time, they remember
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Amazarashi-No-Hotoke by Poltergeise Amazarashi-No-Hotoke :iconpoltergeise:Poltergeise 1 3
Literature
Impalement Risk to Children
So, could they be an
Impalement risk to children?
Guard swimming closely.
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Literature
Dreamless Drought Defection
Talons tore tethers
While white women
Gave ghastly gazes
Over olive-skinned occultists
Hated houngans had
Ritualistically removed ribs
From frog-tongued fornicators
And ample-hipped anesthesiologists
No-one needed Nihilism
Until underhanded undertakings
Enveloped everyone's egotistically
Revered religious rites
Manless millstones moved
Silently so swampwater
Could continue coursing
Through their thoughts
Punishment purloined parents
Before babies borne
Into intrinsically isolated
Homes had heirlooms
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Literature
The Ten Second Fable
The harlequins gaped under the eaves,
Whilst bakers baked with magical sleeves
A thousand doves shall carry away
This word I tarry to say…
Love!?
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Literature
Hawaiian Shirt Day
Large Hawaiian Man
Your t-shirt is far too small
Please, you can have mine
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Literature
Prepare Thyself...
No notebook could ever be prepared for this
Monitors would shatter
Fingers would cramp
Voices would crack and die
Ink would dry and smear
Lead would snap
Cuts would seal
The meaning of life!
Strike dead the author and announcer
Death's Scythe mow through the listener
The meaning of life is…
Acceptance
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Literature
Suffocating in the Cloudy Day
I was suffocating in the cloudy day
Confined and concealed away from the memory
They locked out my mind
Separated spirit from skin
Until the breach, I was all but extinguished
Strangled in grey, garroted by storm
The face of the moon brought back breath
Evaporation in the reflection
We smiled at one another, bright and genuine
Rain fell no more; the mist cleared
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Literature
A Cough Cannot Be Hid
I was unable to tell how long the dreary passage wound about in a fashion almost circular. Alone and nagged with cough, my dull senses were deadened by the all-encompassing darkness around me. With nothing but freezing hands to guide along moist stone, I hurried through the dark tunnel in hope of finding light; any light, something to assure me I was still within the confines of mortality. A moving person or a familiar object – anything but the spiraling corridor.
How I found myself in the blackened tunnel was a continuous haze. My last memory was the recovering breath after a fit of coughing. Wheezing air through my lungs, I felt as though my hobbling gait carried me not an inch further to something substantial.
Everything seemed a dream. My perception of reality was like bent glass, nothing felt within gravity's edict. All to anchor me was the abrasive contact of my fingers upon the wall. Nothing else appeared to be real – I felt transplanted elsewhere, an unconscious dreamer sleepin
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Taller Than He by Poltergeise Taller Than He :iconpoltergeise:Poltergeise 0 3
Literature
Forced Silence
We are condemned to forced silence
The only sound the muttering hearth
Shadows of candlelight danced upon yellowed walls
Lighting the way for cold feet into bed
Nestling in to whisper and play
Waiting for the shock of existence to return
To break the black edict of serenity
To bring us the static warmth
Mend the lines that once held us
And fear no more the midnight
Dawn will bring the grey
Consuming tranquility quashed by a solid shout
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Getting Published the Hard Way
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T. J. Geise
United States
Current Residence: Oregon. Tolerant Oregon.
deviantWEAR sizing preference: I loves the big ladies.
Print preference: I generally use ink or toner.
Favourite genre of music: Any sort of music with a nice rhythm, but mostly rock.
Favourite photographer: Velvet Negative.
Favourite style of art: If it scares me, I like it.
Operating System: XP Professional. I'm professional, you see.
MP3 player of choice: A tiny black Sandisc creation.
Shell of choice: Magic Shell.
Wallpaper of choice: Floral print will liven up even the most glum room.
Skin of choice: Sausage.
Favourite cartoon character: He-Man and his gaggle of friends, and Philip J. Fry, mostly because I relate to him far too much.
Personal Quote: "You can't shake the Devil's hand and say you're only kidding."
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Cartoonray Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2007  Hobbyist Artist
Thanks for the FAV.
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Linlith Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
thanks a lot! :gummybear::rose::butterflytwo:
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Francisgenois Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2007
Thanks for the add!
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Dunlavey Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
Hi TJ - Thanks for watching my awesome crap.
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ArtDragon Featured By Owner May 22, 2007  Student
thank you very kindly for the fave :)
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deaddeaddeaddead Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2007
thank you for the favorite!
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Crave-The-Bullet Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for the fave.
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Sobii Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for all your support!
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aquilianranger Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2007
Wow, thanks for all the favs, and adding me to your watch. Glad you enjoy my work.

Cheers!
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