Poetry: Secrets Of The Fabergé Egg by G.R. Tomaini

Secrets Of The Fabergé Egg
Morning - Fog ; Awoken :
As If From . . . A Slumber ;
Curse God ! Pocket Full , 
Now Empty : Where Is It ? !
Where Is The Fabergé Egg ! — 
It Must Be Back In The Den — !
Can ’ t Leave Without It — ,
What Is Time ? Once Mine ,
Now Theirs — The Egg Chooses —
Its Keepers : Not Them ! Never ! !
The Egg Shatters : Golden Yoke !
Yokey Dokey Went The Dope ;
Hose One Off , Out Front : Yoke :
Stains From A Fabergé Egg — !
Egg - Whites Ripe With Omens . . .
Hawk The Egg , Now ! Pawn It !
But Then You Will Never Learn —
The Secrets Of The Fabergé Egg . . .

G.R. Tomaini is a prolific writer and thinker known for his contributions in poetry, philosophy, ethics, global justice, and theology. As a First-Generation LGBTQ Federal McNair Scholar, he has authored nine books, including seven captivating poetry collections. His philosophical monographs are the “Encyclopedia of American Idealism: Toward a Novel Method and System of Philosophy,” and the “Tractatus Perfectio-Philosophicus: Or, Discourses on the Dharma of Civilization and its Odyssey toward International Harmony.” Tomaini's poetry books, such as "Ballad of An American Ganymede: Explorations of Queeritude In Fifty Seven Cantos" and "The Rainbow Cantos: Two Attempts At Queering The Canon," have received critical attention. His works have been featured in esteemed publications, including those by Outcast Press, Selcouth Station Press, Agapanthus Collective, and Roi Fainéant Press. Notably, Tomaini's writings have garnered recognition from influential intellectuals like Cornel West, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, and Slavoj Žižek. To explore Tomaini's poetry and more, you can visit his website or follow him on Twitter @Gtomaini. He resides on the Jersey Shore.