This is not a human

This is not a human

this is a cacophony
of red and white
pure masculinity
dependent on
the next word,
next movement.

This is not a living experience
it is a historical piece
in all its
lycra garb.

7 Replies to “This is not a human”

  1. This is a dope poem, nice piece of work.
    “this is a cacophony
    of red and white
    pure masculinity”

    Very intelligent yet adventurous first line. That grabbed me when I first read it. If it’s cool I would love to feature this poem on my poetry corner. I will reblogged this post and hopefully others will follow the link and read more of your work. Again, nicely done!


      1. You got it man. Nice piece. I’m a bladerunner fan and I might be off a bit–but this reminds me of Decker’s conversation with Roy Batty in a weird way. Again well done.


      2. I love that it had something futuristic and otherworldly to it in your eyes. I wrote it originally about masculinity, just noting people around me and how different their relationship with it is than my own. I’m going to have to check your books out on amazon, man! Sending good vibes from Wales 🙂

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      3. Ahh. Got you. That settles it. Brilliant. Much respects man from Washington DC. Oh I added more to the title and a pic if you want to see the reblogged post. Be easy bro


  2. Reblogged this on kgbethlehem and commented:
    Greetings everyone!! Welcome to Friday Night Poetry Corner! This week, my word– is an amazing, thoughtful poet name Tim Wynne and his work “This is not a human.” Reading this, put me in the mind of sci-fi but more of a steampunk finished. But, hell—see for yourself and visit this young man’s page to read more great poetry.


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