Modern Christian artists consider themselves gods, which is essentially “an idolatry of creativity. The point of creating a work of art is ‘the shock of the new,’ creating something that hasn’t been created before, or doing something that hasn’t been done before.”
[Robyn deGroot]

Oct 23, 2011

Mar 19, 2011

What I really want to do
Is so so nicely punish you
I write these words my flesh-mouth smile, licking my chops all the while.
Revenge is not my sinning style because I know it shows, instead my mental avatar breaks your bloody nose.
Nowadays I marvel at my secret evil ways, I taunt from anonymity in fun and spectacular ways.
Just don't read the notes
In the margins,
Don't look into my art
You'll be amazed how very mean I really am
For exposing who you are.
Here again on the couch, my brain is muddy flabby pouch of too much inward introspect, my faith a sloppy genuflect
A mind with one fine repeating stream, my heart is beating "me me me" I'm smarter than most gal and bloke, smarter than me I vainly quote, too "modest"to promote my brainy gems,
Secretly hoping you'll read them. And the distant rumbles of the throngs who find my words and sing my songs, rejecting back to me one thing, I would die for just some proof... That I was here.
That I mattered, and that I wasn't bamboozled, that I SAW!