J. D. Nelson

Please Press Hash

I fought that John Cash fellow in an acid cage match.
I was the last astronaut standing.
I have a two-dollar bill in my wallet for Sunday nachos.

I've been noticed by the noticers.

"You – riding the purple Triceratops – halt!"

want to know something about your moon?


               green gloom

               of these crows

not T - - -

garden named for the first earth
               a cloud with money

               who told you – but, oh –

we built it, your moon

Eye've Diddit

slotted sp.

               hey, Maine!
               hey, Utah!

draggins a nervous
               _____ who'll?

A New 1984

               the heart is a glue gun
                              and a white crow
help tomorrow

the heart of salad from the beginning

that famous mouse
thought timing                the blink

every nothing I worked for nothing
when did you ever eat eggs?

Oklahoma Bacon Mask

laundromat coffee
evermint, a word of people

there was a neon Ventnor
broken beer bottles

the rose known
               isn't it this

               something of this is a time
               thoughts of those who've

it peas possybe
not this world

the three in the morning fear

Sunday the Rabbit

New Antarctica.
The world, here.

They were headnapping.

               mirrored                path
                               couldn't you've?

               the color of anything in books
               the similar names given on Earth

               the humans hiding in caves
               wrapped in ratskin

               Flintstones vitamin
               mind control

Not a popular name for a rabbit.

J. D. Nelson (b. 1971) experiments with words and sound in his subterranean laboratory. More than 1,000 of his bizarre poems and experimental texts have appeared in many small press and underground publications. He is the author of THE FRANKENDELPHIA EXPERIMENT (Tainted Coffee Press, 2010) and NOISE DIFFICULTY FLOWER (Argotist Ebooks, 2010). Visit http://www.MadVerse.com for more information and links to his published work. His audio experiments (recorded under the name OWL BRAIN ATLAS) are online at http://www.OwlNoise.com. J. D. lives in Colorado, USA.
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