Five Poems by Rose Knapp



Rush of emotions I’ve lost touch with or
Never experienced before curvy physique

Perky breasts smooth skin that feels so
Right, I Am becoming my own Goddess





Plants upon planets meld into neoplasticist
Neon prismatic resplendent pragmatist praxis
Void worlds balancing the enigmatic life worlds




Cafe Acid

Ornate Walls bend dance and meld into
Alien beings singing glissando glossolalias
Their words merging into the ristretto shots




Climbing Climate

We are approaching a point of no
Return, we may make life itself
Unlivable on our only planet with life




Neutrino Quarks

Infinitesimal convex contoured rings on rings
Of subatomic particles
Metaphysical reality upon reality of sound




About the Author

Rose Knapp (she/they) is a poet and electronic producer. She has publications in Lotus-Eater, Bombay Gin, BlazeVOX, Hotel Amerika, Fence Books, Obsidian, Gargoyle, and others. She has poetry collections published with Hesterglock Press and Dostoyevsky Wannabe. She lives in Minneapolis. Find her at and on Twitter @Rose_Siyaniye

Image: Oak Ridge National Laboratory: Become a Neutron, 2018 (CC)

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