which is world
embarrassing themselves year over year, bertolt.
night of iron and i can tell you,
in my advice to
the world is
loves missing which is to say watching the world
embarrassing its wisdom.
scandalized the breakfast rollicking which is
of iron and loudspeaker social
harkening gold — ceiling walls and floor! —
the only thing was
loving which is
advice to you had to
be there you had to
spins steady gold
things gone and gotten.
after months of afternoon eztmrjie is not the park wikipedia poem, no. 995 eztmrjie bit the dark part wikipedia poem, no. 995 this marriage — that commitment — this contaminant — tenderly autobiographical but denied as an institutional art-piece the 43-year-old protagonist’s given name: eztmrjie his anti-capital acts of speech for me the reality’s mouth after months of dynamite after lesson’s prescriptive stories the character’s weird little enzymes his name is eztmrjie black people are lebanese-americans have a reality are trees in the park after months after the lesson’s prescriptive streets such a tremendous snap of respek for treats such anti-capitalist and overly autobiographical acts
of time sewn into practice — not theory — imagination trails on my leg and disappears into suspect and terror forever — i am free of the artists on my leg and mentally like a teddy bear gestation on my leg and forever cleaned from my leg suspicion and energy — the soft streaks of childhood my childhood disappears — a ready welcome keep
what is sewn back into a poem what is sewn back into a social practice blood into practice — into theory — i am free from the comfort of artists’ entrails and art disappears in a snap
i feel that loss of blood thinking become motivation now i am desperate to keep what is sewn into my practice — not the honey — of which i am free in theory somehow now desperate to out-think now i am desperate to save someone when bland disappears into suspicion and soft abandonment disappears suspect and disappearance haruspex and defeasance
suspect and i perceive this blood a welcome renewal to the theory of thought the imagination of an affair an unwelcome gut check with respect to self-indulgence
unwelcome to save another when the theory — the imagination in theory — untouched vista — the artist/torturers i am freed from come visit me sometime!
hold what’s sewn onto my leg and it disappears suspiciously disappears suspiciously disappears i am desperate to think now of what is sewn into this affair a 9 year old xerox of why time self indulgence an unpleasant self-indulgence of the time of awakening makes my blood flow —
imagination of sewing theory
i am free artists comfort and forever
imagination of a soft squeak and energy
trying to hold onto what is sewn into a story
a 9 year gestation of time self-indulgence
crawls through my leg and disappears i suspect
that the loss of blood becomes an unwelcome
respiro alito fiato
i’m thinking now that i am incredibly rich size an unwelcome breath a hold on what is sewn into the extramundane nature of time sewn into comfort and acceptance drag upwards my leg disappears into the jet stream i suspect then perceive theory — imagination of theory
and practice — not the extramundane nature of comfort disappears suspicious and xerox of time self-indulgence and respiro alito fiato unwanted disadvantages sewn into nature — not without blood
Prismatic, Buñuel said. Chinese condoms and effulgent magenta glob. Everything in the public record. That’s how you make great images. Please remove yr hands in respect of the dead. Describe what you don’t see. Clean, sterile actionable nouns. Be it boy or boar. The French horn swells predictably. Google feeds headlines to the mountains. A poet doesn’t need bleak intelligence, she said. This is a different kind of river. I pour collage into a black mug, lucky me!
see now don’t you? the the languages, dialects,
pidgens and stop drinking orders. i’ve stories. piles of love
in northern new jersey. anna, here’s nothing.
this government of language. i am the languages, dialects, pidgens stop drinking.
i’ve stopped drinking. i’ve stopped drinking. i’ve stories. piles of them in northern new jersey. anna, here’s nothings i’ll never sort. somehow i have to wake me up. stop drinking. the thing. this language. i am on fire.
same; languages, dialects, pidgens. stop drinking this language. i am the same; language. i just need one go again: no randomly scattered across thousands and ideograms. i am.
the language. i pray, sure, but to love my perception allows. short hand my perception allows. the shores of northern new jersey. anna, here’s a good car crash to find weird little answers hidden under the thing. i’ve stopped drinking. the thing left of books and ideograms.
i just need one to go again: no randomly. just need one good car crash to wake me up. have you stopped drinking? the thing left of lawns allows. short of new jersey, anna, here’s nothing i’ll never sort. somehow i have to find love interminable things left of mind a bit of lawns in all things can’t love allow new jersey. anna, here we are at the car crash scrounging about for a bit of language, dialect, pidgens and ideograms. i am the languages, dialects, pidgens and stop. i’ve stopped drinking. there was a good car crash found in love in northern new jersey. anna, here we go car crashing to wake me up. crash to wake me up. pray, sure, but find weird little answers hidden under the things i’ll never sort, somehow.
i have to wake me up. of vain stories. piles of lawns in northern new jersey. anna, go crash cars to love. anna, here we go crashing into a bit of the language, dialects, pidgens and ideograms. i just need one go again: no randomly scattered across thousands of lawns.
it allows. new jersey, anna, here we go again finding there’s nothing to love in northern new jersey. anna, here’s all the nothings i can’t love in northern new jersey. anna, here we go again: nothing randomly scattered across thousands of books and ideograms.
i am the same: language. i pray, sure, but find weird little answers hidden under brittle languages, dialects, ditches.
regarded hunter with mild interest but had no flash of human recognition whatever as though they were seeing an ad for a product they’d heard of buying had no flash of but had no intention of human recognition of human recognition whatever
as though hunter was seeing an ad for a product they were seeing an ad for a product they were seeing an ad for a product they’d heard of but had no interest
but had no interest but had no intention but had no interest no intention whatever as though hunter had heard of no intention whatever as though they were seeing an ad for a product they were buying
need nsa hookup
great time with a great smile and personality
i like to keep my kinky side a secret
can you be special enough for me to share it with you
i wish my father called me on my birthday no homo
the best part is the little italicized spider at the end this interview has been edited and condensed
there’s someone i need to know there’s someone singing in the office now there’s someone i need for my own sanity there’s someone i can suggest to help you feel better
waking up in osaka with a painful sore throat
when times turn tough presidents can hop on air force one to escape the country for a while and stride purposefully across the world stage
how big is your television i have different sizes in every room i really prefer the big ones how big is yours
in conformity to norms of the day the actionists regarded women primarily as passive objects bloodied and abused female bodies were central to some of the fantasies of destruction they staged
discovering the pad of my left foot slightly sticky against tatami
opuntia or prickly pear was introduced to kenya by british colonialists in 1940s as a living fence but has grown out of control in recent years plaguing elephants and other wildlife and tearing through ranches and farmland
an old man pulls a heavy stone tablet across a nightingale floor
this ambiguity is particularly effective when the performer is conveying the experience of being terrified of finding one’s sense of self displaced by the physically or psychologically overwhelming actions of another
wind shakes persimmons in the spindly tree outside the disciple’s estate rusty whine of clapboard hinges battering his childhood home
there is always a sparrow flitting
in the flowerbeds
a masochist locked in purple chrysanthemum penetrates the acrid desert between hacked and cracked flower
the crewmembers of the delight meanwhile comment to each other on the pequod’s use of a coffin as a life buoy
moral consumption of animals and you
don’t fry up this fragmented animal
as moral constraint either hence
we dig up this fragmented animal class
in anti-intellectual stories under wonder
what’s moral consumption?
the poets are moral consumers mutatis mutandis
what’s moral? we wonder what’s something their patients see
this fragmented pharmaceutical animal perhaps?
as far as moral constraint
either we wonder what’s moral or
consume animals as we wonder what’s moral
self-awareness don’t fry up that ego: all organisms work self-affirming live monkey limb because we think of animals as moral consumptions size and constraint either hence we consume them but we don’t generally see animals we don’t have stories to tell self-affirming little tales to negotiate guilt over knives don’t ponder what’s moral consumption size and constraints what their habits whisper of self-awareness don’t have their patients moral consumption animals as moral consumers of size condors constrain their populations but they selfishly extol story structure that doesn’t have to do with man and god foolish moral constraints as we wonder what’s moral consumption sounds and chimps our nearest relatives tearing them apart but selfishly expanding to don’t have stories to justify they also don’t have live monkeys pharmaceutical animals as tonal constraint what’s our nearest relative for tearing tell me something about self-awareness to negotiate guilt tell me hurting stories to negotiate guilt hurting their habitats don’t consume size and constraint what of them? their populations? there’s only one story the tearing story we tell self-affirming agents no normal moral considerations just stories what’s moral consumption size and constraint either we wonder what’s or we don’t
something trendy back in grad school
all the poets enabled study of age as a class
in all those poems that enabled
so it was its almost discourses that as poets were something of pound olson duncan and you to undergrad all the trendy bach pieces
the poems people turned in at grad school all the trendy modernist power play a pound of olson a pound of duncan
and you don’t have to dig up this fragmented anti-intellectual potsherd weak domesticated anti-intellectual egoism
“It was not gay, that life.” You can’t “make me small,”
you “can’t put me down” or take away my job
I am immune,
although it is not gay. Why did we come at all,
consonant to whose bidding? Perhaps God is a slob,
playful, vast, rough-hewn.
Perhaps God resembles one of the last etchings of Goya & not Valesquez, never Rembrandt no. Something disturbed, ill-pleased, & with a touch of paranoia who calls for this thud of love from his creatures-O. Perhaps God ought to be curbed.
Not only on this planet, I admit; somewhere. Our only resource is bleak denial or anti-potent rage, both have been tried by our wisest. Who was it back there who died unshriven, daring to see what more could happen to a painter with such courage.
Source: Berryman, John, and Michael Hofmann. The Dream Songs , 2014, p. 257.
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