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I Was a Teenage Gertrude Stein

One day soon the videoshop will be full of movies you've never seen hide nor hair of the wilde beast with shakespeare stuck in his paw. Bastard in a ramshackle shed. All the characters will buy copies of the same …

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re mission

stuart macgill's dismissal of brian lara in the second innings of the second test 2000/2001 it is akin to the moment when the batsman left the atmosphere of his suit a viral agent is being expelled from my body into …

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Michael Slater 2

i just need some time and space the cut shot will begin to function and i will be unstoppable once more in my exuberance i have let things go that perhaps should have been dealt with more rigorously through my …

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f(x) – 5th metacarpal; on seeing the x-ray of your broken hand

at first: the suspension of disbelief. then, comparison – the compulsion to equate it, this image's spectral nonsense, with something else; make it lithographic, reproducible. and so: try fog taking shape – playing at art – that night on the …

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On the Tip of the Visible

1 Morning loosens small bright spots from total space. On one hill, the black trees emerge arthritically from indistinguishable black. Perspective is here & i can lean against its vertical to rest, whereas the dark unclear fell through my body …

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A Poem for Daphne, No. 53

As a child, I watched a man wearing overalls Fall Off A High Stool. He was sitting in a hardware store's aisle, Among Nails of many lengths and sizes. The nails glittered under a bare light bulb. The straps of …

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Hearing Things at the Interactive Sound Exhibit

Scrape at First Site by Chris Henschke, Oct 2001 It's easy to talk as if mere words didn't hold understanding like a sieve, easy to succumb to binaries in a digital age. Some things sneak underneath the radar, work not …

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Sonnet: Poetry

Colorful rainy days. Poetry can offer you help and add to endless joys. Every day it bring fresh wind. Words put in good shape is great existence beyond languages and races. Your personal life gives a peaceful and pleasant mind …

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Blues

who thought random adaptable thumb heavy condensation he is listening drawn naturally him earth blues quiet unfinished pictogram whose shoes constipated curling streaking in clouds analogue mapping simply words germination german nation strata disaster distilled

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Make Speak God

open window to glue me. overheard god. speaking to you who is it open who is it. is it glass. gap for. addiction to. addiction to fix. in passage now. return to. glass who close. who close now dead butterfly …

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Militancy

It's an early Spring so They celebrate by naming a new constellation after Damir Dokic ! So what if it'll be obscure in four years they argue, it's contemporary now! And just like Diomedes he turns up at the press …

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Pile Up

Fit for a princess with her prickly pea or a hundred bedded strumpets and their sailors sprung lithe with fiery life, drunk on enthusiasm. Cross-hatched by quick love, bodies lay memory on memory, the weight of which will crush metal …

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