Post-Digital Revelation is a prophetic poem/novella just under 100 pages about nothing less than the creation of the universe, the landing of aliens on earth, the discovery of artificial intelligence, and stepping out to connect with other people. The poem/novella works through a tradition reaching back through Joyce, Nietzsche, Blake, Milton, and Dante; and moves through the streams-of-consciousness of the Devil, to that of the Universal Mind, on to that of a couple of ordinary humans, and an extraordinary monkey. Like a twenty-first century post-modern romanticist Faust, or Frankenstein, this fantastical journey of the mind, twenty years in the writing, will challenge your preconceptions of what a philosophical poetry can accomplish.
Excerpt from A Blood Filled Quill:
Such bizarre random thoughts posses me,
Caress me, continually inter rest me.
Oh to take quill to parchment now
When slippery thoughts abound and
Profundities lurk at every corner.
Such is the dilemma Satan finds
Oneself in at the precise moment.
This moment has been recorded
For historical importance, and the
Cool-down phase has been initiated—
Bizarreties will, when orgasm jazzes, open like a
“Yes, hello, oh my, very interesting.”
Serious critical thoughts:
Nothing caught within the
Framework of power ego as fingers
Twisted around this quill catch,
At this moment, the blood ink
Leaving its trace in the paper.
The repetitions of “on and off” at styled
Intervals of time—the written hand:
The gesture jester jest, digestion,
Smite the spite of the crash symbol:
Categorize the indifference found
Between two repulsive forces.
Self-divided and accelerating,