Five Poems

by Volodymyr Bilyk

1.
excogitous empyreuma
contemplates flying,
a bit.

baits peculiar congealed sort
by nil.


suave lather
roars
acock.

2.
furacious cheeks –
beetle-browed,
pouts “BLAST”.

subsequently
– bounce of the salacious spurt.

vehement beck abaft.

3.
obviously athwart
twinkling
occurs,

winking retorts.

flash,
buzz-zoom of the flies
hobbles along – irritating…

– slant cramp
and then – sordid quell, sigh.

vociferous walk away.

4.
clout to the ear.

vexed tilt,
sound off.

sip.

5.
The awkward weep of the pillory.

brooks of fluorescent tears
run wry.


Volodymyr Bilyk is a writer, translator from Ukraine. His works include: visual poems in the series This is Visual Poetry (2013), CIMESA (2013), Casio’s Pay-Off Peyote (2013), SCOBES (2013), THINGS (2014), Laugh Poems (2014), Vispo Ay Ai Ay (2014), “To When Tea Ties Hence to Wank It Too” / “Eminent Means of Basil Dado Hem-Welt” in The Chapbook 5(2015), “Heartbeat, Footclick, Machine Gun Vocalizes” (2016), Roadrage (2016) and screenplays for the films “Midget-Stripper” (2012-2013), “The Trial of Beilis”(2013-2015), “Escapee” (2014), “Joan the Battalioner” (2014), “Waking” (2015), “Happenings Ten Years Time Ago” (2015-2016).His works were exhibited on Bright Stupid Confetti Asemic Show, Yoko Ono Fan Club, Venti Leggeri in Bologna, The Spiral Asemic Show in Malta; EL MARTELL SENSE MESTRE in Barcelona, The Future is Here Again: VISUAL LANGUAGE in New York, 1st International Literary Fair of Mato Grosso (2015), World Association of Visual and Experimental Artists in Valjevo and OVERCONSUMPTION in Ternopil.He is editor-in-chief of UndergroundBooks.org and contributing editor of Utsanga.it.
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