28 Apr 2006
MYTH OF OMNIPRESCENCE OF DADA CANNOT [CINQ ANS]
FOOOOOOOOOOOOO TEE ET CETERA MA CHERIE MYTHOLOGISE
FLOOOOOOOOOOWW TUH DANS ETOL GRAMMATARIAN
TEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE FRA EMOTIAGE HISPAIR MOON
CHOIX DU SYMBOL AS LANGUAGE APPEARS DISSECTED
ITS ANALYSIS HUMANITIES DANCE FROM MUSIC PSYCHOANALYSIS TO SCHIZOPHRENIA DANCE LANGUAGE
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO FROM MUSIQUE CHERCHE ACCORD
WE SHALL END THE TERSE SUBJECTS OBJETIF SUMMERY WORDS VOCABULAIRE LINGUISM NEO-EXPRESSIONISM CULTURAL ABSURDISM MEANING MEANING MEANI MEAN MEA ME M M NO THING
DONT SAY YOU WILL YOU WILL SAY IT ANYWAY
27 Apr 2006
raised knees imitation
sentence pure pantless
increase this man"
(back) above slowly
ascending up(it) (pressed
(graphically represented) paragraphs
two nominated fingered
sentence bent in
14 Apr 2006
Douglas Barbour, Sheila E. Murphy
“The strength of this book is in its quick-change artistry, the sensation of flux that is continuous, and capable at any moment of erupting into epiphany or surprise.” Roo Borson Across great distances and a panorama shaped by words, poets Douglas Barbour and Sheila Murphy began writing in collaboration. Tapped to technology’s dance across paper, with thoughts like bright colours coursing across screens, Continuations emerged as the product of a new creator, a “third individual,” who writes differently from either poet. Words shapeshifted and poets transformed, Continuations is an intriguing addition to the growing field of collaborative poetry in North American literature.
Price: CND$ 19.95, USD$ 19.95, £ 10.99
Publication Date: March 2006
13 Apr 2006
as the slant of daylight singes altar cloth
worn close to elevations each transcendent?
as the glow of winter passes, broth is warmed,
unless the rink is glutted
still with blades and fibers
filling up a surface blank to touch.
one winter's worth a thousand suns
gone dark to pale and filtered
by an interfering cloud still slight.
quills of yore center a message
that the eyes resist as tight.
the color peach rains steel intention.
with the color pink implicit.
chains of rental space enlist our sense of slight.
the alleyways never curvaceous
trim a little space from feathered warmth.
the sun is mentioned twice the value of a penance,
where chill spawns youth to leap
from range of fire.
foot (expensive for)
part way it
starts (independent function)
nose cracked "mucus
be called wipes
un(focus) tools (ing)
block left possible
12 Apr 2006
ARBITRARY REFLECTION REFLEX
MY BODY SAYS THINKS[[[/
unliterary aside: peoples' needs can be measured accurately and simply by using representational units. For example: 4 = the need for food, 7 = the need to express anger. The decimal, numeric unit, as used in monetry transactions is both convenient and simplistic.
Therefore 4 [food] + 7 [anger] = 11. A person with the score of 11 would be said to be in need of food and needing to express anger.
The score of 11 can instantly be used to calculate an individual's immediate needs and therefore a financially, verifiable outcome. Therefore, this person would be given £11 to supply him/her/child[she/he] with food and alleviate the need to express anger.
This is an oversimplification of the theory, but when it is used to apportion commodities and services to groups of people (for example; thousands) can clearly indicate strategy for meeting the needs of a population.
unliterary aside fi/nit
7 Apr 2006
5 Apr 2006
what I have made of intervals
in abundance now softens before
remains an oversea of white wall light
during the first chance closed my eyes (the body fragile)
during the second chance again closed them (turned to body broken)
stones worn by repeated water
water aflex against the stones
impart | relayed | response
to have forgiven spawns a different breath
light's worth transists intention to have warmed pure present tense
same factual earned truth against the hours