Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Three Poems by Felino A. Soriano

in the dragonfly of rhythm

blur, begins
nascent reinvention of the unseen alphabetic


each turquoise ring wears
fingers of angled oscillating

then, into an absence a
halo involves sacred explanations
of orated silence
in the storage of a shadow’s
undulated expand

in the butterfly of rhythm

altruistic hover hardened
to the onlooker of disabled intuition:
realized relic of past
temporal invention the
black/gold silhouette
sliding into silvered
examination of age and
adage’s clich├ęd commonality,

in the crow of rhythm

self places itself
across the rising edge of a wing’s
numerical order

Felino A. Soriano has authored 56 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 visit www.felinoasoriano.info.

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