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Started this discussion. Last reply by AutoPirate Jun 25, 2012. 7 Replies 1 Like
- for Stephanie EstherThe good poet wrote a poem, a song of themselves, in a cageof metaphysical iron and made a linguistic turn that wouldmake Cyril Connolly blush in a postured nichelike the seed…Continue
Cyril Connolly eat your heart out.
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The cloaked elan of a swerve, it took moon curve, foundational blue in blue, a swarm of swell, cantankerings of elation, not a personality to be seen on a wide tabularity. All that is vertigo is not cathedryllic, this numen is too vexed for spirit.
It will not be so for demons' voice hover low. This turn full of words lasts as long as the dance.
The pallour of your ethics needs the cloak. The stellar you've become requires the cloak. For…
Posted on November 24, 2012 at 1:56 0 Comments 0 Likes
Larry L, Erika Badiou, Too Loose for you
and Matahari hop to Cheshire infantry
Brel strict symphonie
waltz the poor o
the poor o mope
sadness and trickiness
is your angry man scope
the happy? well man, that's double crappy
no gold sold or blood diamonds to Nairobi
pulsing with xy dynamite
parabola surface dig to
the kinky sufi master at a rave
Posted on November 19, 2012 at 0:16 0 Comments 0 Likes
When I am alone for many years
the voice of people whisked away
the epistrophe of their entreaties
do not escape me
the planets by radial circuitry
hum and integrate the calls
to return by broadcasts
heard solely by
not my ear but the
interrupting my thoughts
as rude music
that makes me smile knowingly
"Ah, they miss me" I think
When I am alone I miss them
with pointed fury
the heart is a silent…
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hi ariel...i do remember you from mr falcon's. am glad you like my work, and the review in SRB. i like the review too!
joanne [sorry if you received some of this message twice...my fingers misbehaved ~~
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