In His Crazy Light

The secret puzzle hidden in your name,
Is the most fragrant blossom I suppose,
The moon’s flow is apt for this grand bouquet,
Of magnificent works of hopeless prose.
Composed for the likes of your Higher Self,
Though prose could never offer true acclaim,
Repeating patterns of the number twelve,
Raises awareness, strange pains, and heartache.
Deriving from the heart space are visions,
Past the dense Earth’s air, they have not changed much,
Said events push forth by the Universe.
In His crazy Light, I gladly immerse.

((by Amina Caprice Andolini 👽))


Complete by Candlelight

She’s a psycho in her big, brazen feelings.  She’s a psycho in her right, a psycho to the tune, immune to alien bites and full moons… a psycho – complete by candlelight.  Should she find the time to keep her esoteric guise in place?  Should she wear a deviled mask, of sweat, pain and grace, a sweaty beaded bulk inside her rose-colored sun, a drumming of her ego’s quick escape?

Protection in psychosis; her guise plays along, prolonging common sense, her truly awesome fate, extending each and every grimy hiker as of late.  Can she find the path with crystallized light inside a song?  Should she bother?

atop the bay

my mind’s so full of strange designs
find it not of normal land
hand me to the gloomy shrines
which bind it to my frugal strand
the once benign awakening signs
find a shiny mind to slay
at once, I’ll pine for humored times
awakening signs atop the bay

Astrophysical Song

Could this mean that I’m not who I’ve come to be?

Could this mean that I’ve overlooked my ghost inside a portal?
Come to me in colors – pastels and bubbles.  I’m imagining my ghost inside a psychedelic tunnel.  Could this mean that I switched it long ago?  This clone, could it be a part of your ego?  Come to me in a photo, black and white and torn.  Come to me with a choir, or however way you transpire, come to me as you would have come all along.  Come to me in an astrophysical song.

Could this mean that I’m not who I’ve come to be?

The Animal’s Meat

A waterfall of spoiled ice falls out the don’s trade,
ripping petals, and breaking my stem away.

Do you have to be rough
when you water a delicate flower?  
Can you manage the soil, support
its growth in heavy, dire times?  
Why rub spices on the animal’s meat,
when you don’t have to eat the meat?
Why eat the animal’s meat?
Why break a delicate flower?  
How can you rip my petals and yank
my sprouting stem clean away?


King Excess (Pink Sevens)

I’ve been barred
from the place you are.
Pink sevens on my
psychedelic racecar.
Perception from the
place you are – 
on the passenger
side of my racecar. 

Spare your dreams, King Excess.
Spare your dreams of pink sevens –
and black balloons.
I’ll be there soon, when the sun
rises deep in the Heavens…

Free your dreams 
of pink sevens.
Erase the pain
of black balloons.
When the sun 
rises deep in the Heavens,
I’ll be there soon.

King Excess,
I’ll be there soon!


Addictive Cake

A jaded ghost lurks inside the corridors of my journal.
Shall I feed it addictive cake and meet its needs with gullibility?  No.  I am much too late for that nonsense.  Its jaded royalty has been feeding off the emptiness in my Soul ever since childhood.  The physical ailments I experience are byproducts of this emptiness.  In ignorance, I continue to feed it addictive cake.  I cannot meet its desiccated needs with innocence, because my ignorance is what it survives on – it survives on my ignorance and addictive cake in excess.  Ignorance is no excuse in this matter.  My ignorance gives rise to the matter, to the jaded ghost who lurks inside the corridors of my journal.  What artlessness rides alongside it in the night’s wind?  

Beyond the Sun

A psychedelic seed with wings
Exploring worlds through imagination.
In a black hooded void it brings
Boring swirls of confirmation.
I see my friends beyond the gangster sun.
Instability for the ones left back,
Clarity in the end –
I wonder ’bout my friends beyond the sun.
Clarity in the void beyond the sun.

Faceless Phantom

Cowered in the Light of sudden greatness
Its crowning and its sparkles have gone gray
To see a bowl of cherries is outrageous
To twig a branch of wisdom, I’m afraid

Showered in the writings we’ve created
Its drowning, gasping air has gone astray
To face the faceless phantom is courageous
Deciphering the symbols we convey