the sun is sparkling, the rain rumbling, and we badly need some poetry...

Thursday, 8 November 2012

Felino A. Soriano - 3 Poems

in the examination of rhythm

analysis this sound this
segregated meaning


crisscrossing versions
interpret the listener’s prelude

onto tongue of the hearsay ing
modules of time

in the dusk of rhythm

moment turn as splay reinvents focal knowledge:
: eye then above the eye a language opens

we’ve abbreviated meaning, my friend
            the abbreviation is unintentional then the furthermore elongated sadness

                        within these hours of day’s spacious irony (if unknown, yes, closeness)
                        clusters of frames locate an otherness of say
pertaining to partial inclination to existential coastal affiliation—                 a
5:00 p.m. average

repetitious symphonies of rotating grays to
engage with the habit of this time’s
rectangular physiology

in the orange of rhythm

annual autumnal interpretation
fling from the finger weakened method (fall, stereotyped)
leaf                  in the plural of manifestation
                                                band of clarinet (covering of opal angles of uninterrupted
created death              seers                enable vocalizing image amid

gregarious hope of season’s
sedentary (thus revisit(ing)ed) sentimental aggregates

BIOGRAPHY: Felino A. Soriano has authored 55 collections of poetry, including In the parallel of pursued occurrences (Fowlpox Press, 2012), Quartet Dialogues(white sky ebooks, 2012), and Of language|s| the rain speaks (quarter after press, 2012).  He publishes the online endeavors Counterexample Poetics and Differentia Press. His work finds foundation in philosophical studies and connection to various idioms of jazz music. He lives in California with his wife and family and is a case manager and advocate for adults with developmental and physical disabilities. For further information, please