Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Immaculate Days is the culmination of my poetic journey of the last 2 years. I would describe my poetry as neo surrealist, I am indebted to poets like Amari Baraka,Will Alexander e.e cummings,Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, William Carlos Williams, Andre Breton, Tristan Tzara, Philip Lamantia,Laurence Wiseberg, J Karl Bogartte,Ric Carfagna, John Pursch, Peter Ganick, Anne-Marie Albiach
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About Rus Khomutoff

I get the impression that you are a poet whose works attempt to
semantically eluciadate a presence of chaos and mutability,
when one reads your works it is as if one is peering into a constantly unstable quantum realm.
In other words: quite powerful veridical material. Ric Carfagna

Khomutoff's words exist in a perpetual realm of liminality, dancing between the glaringly open and the inaccessible, the beautiful and the beautifully grotesque
Eli T. Mond

I enjoy Rus Khomutoff's poetry very much! Nicola Masciandaro

Rus Khomutoff's work brings me great joy! he's one of my all-time favorite poets. -John Pursch

"Khomutoff's poetry transports the reader to the world of the elemental.There is in Immaculate Days a scent of an elemental world made of sands, sun, and sea." Adam Lovasz

"Chaos of Love”: Rus Khomutoff’s mystical-realist poetry

"Each darkly gleaming utterance from this poet's keyboard brings to our dystopia a faint reverberation, an echo of joy in rain-slick streets." 'Madame Ximon

"Sharp precise oblique prismatic work by Rus Khomutoff -- check this poet out. An original voice in the folds and tangles of language syntax" Robert Frede Kenter

Never the cerebral, nor the clinical, Rus Khomutoff’s work bends the reader into a subliminal frame where listless mental knots tied as words mute away in favour of more rich and substantive tele-significant verse. His poetic body signifies a telling, artful, impressionistic and intelligible beauty. Mathew Ahern

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Tara Lynn Hawk reviewed on June 1, 2017

Rus Khomutoff's word imagery and clever, at times absurd "mad mashup" subject matter are sheer fun to read and share. Really looking forward to another work by him.
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