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reconstructing a rabbit

take something sharp & begin observe the crescent curve of his back folded fullmoon the rabbit world opens thickly; darkly bound these stitches you are bookbinder cartographer historian: this body of work to be studied the rabbit measures by its …

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Joan of Arc

She and the fire fight adjectives. Their concreteness deflects reification by language. She simply is a pronoun. It may signify say, my wife (coming from me 'she' often does) or, yes a medieval French woman, her being so roughly abridged …

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Thank-You for Choosing this Product

a (mostly) found poem     Your lover has been made in Sri Lanka and conforms to British Quality Standard BS1970. Features include superior one-piece moulded construction and a ribbed surface to control heat release. Your lover is a safe …

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The Fear of Sunrise

My skin pores and lets you in like Nails down a chalkboard. It's not often I see you in front of me I had three names picked out – Trailer trash complimentary This insect has a protective coating Disturbing my …

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The Kenneth Koch Memorial Lecture

He will not be delivering the Kenneth Koch memorial lecture in person, rather he will present his person as a series of drawings. For the introduction he will draw correct pronunciation and a pun: a popular bottle of fizz (light-reading). …

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Tapping into the Latest Fur Trade

Remb Remember the name of a girl called Bonny Lander! Remember? Saskatchewan FUR HIGHWAYS Yakutia Canada, Siberia HIGHWAYS Lined with fur Only a way to come Back Bonny Search out the Pizzle: glowing cherries above the snow Like a saint's …

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A Kiss

A Maoist is reading a map behind us in the kitchenette. Maybe to marinate China and tell us where we are from grocery stores to the cafe and name one mariachi music in this new composition I work. Our tongues …

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Between

In the thin place between the word and the thing, at the wall's inside, old wires intertwine and cockroaches are the hieroglyphs of home. I take your hand in these last nights and wait beside the Styx on a green …

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The moon and the man with the suitcase

After 'The Schoolmaster' by Rene Magritte Crazily it shone – the moment that formed his desire. Somewhere in the largeness of the world, evening was coming to a close but there was still the night to anticipate. Something with which …

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design brief.pdf

the hard drive a still hum, a natural pilot light to goad essentialism, wind bringing things out into the rampant today of an open room. 'mojo' skulks away misunderstood. a curtly folded media-release flutter is your orchestra rustle. i'm lacking …

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From a remove

The woman with the styrofoam cup and no teeth sits all day at the taxi rank and is a local identity The driver tells me this in his practised monologue tells me she lost everything in the war was forced …

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Mould

I hold the darkness this time before you so that you too can touch the walls with bare hands. I tear the papers into pieces for the moulding in the starch. You can see a faint candlelight in the wind …

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