Monthly archives of “January 2018

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“Feminist Modes of Production” by Arielle Greenberg

This poem appears in Arielle Greenberg’s 2015 book “Slice” from Coconut Press. Her work is brilliant, please support her writing.

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Scraps for God

Wikipedia Poem, No. 718 mount ancient hard sounds from the coast of his way to be had life ended up scrounged up scrounged up scrounged up scrounged up scrounged up scrounged up scrounged up scrounged up scrounged up scrounged up scrounged up scrounged up scrounged… Read More

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How I Go About It (Effort)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 716 here much of critics the skeleton swings long ago two women performed here ligament feather breather breather breather breather breather breather breather breather breather breather breather breather breather breather breather breather breather breather breather breather breather breather breather breather breather breather… Read More

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getTransformations()

int has served me well served silently though i find some small satisfaction of rain and it still rains so, here: looking is no thinking some bundle of typeerrors refuses multiplication sequence-thinking iterates of critique since said with still promise to never despise all this… Read More

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Hourly Labor Rate, Plus Materials

curators offer a variety of their subjective photography the customer will have been satisfactorily abused and served through technological advances in counting the service understands people places approaches and circulation methods though we still promise to never index works from information the subjective photographs have… Read More

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String Manipulation in Python (Francis Picabia Sick in Bed)

Wikipedia Poem, No.713 the result is a radical cacodylate no syntax for that >>> print “:”.join(word = “hello world” that >>> a group portrait that sense he essentially this print word.startswith(“h”) # find(“h”) / print word.find(“H”) point true in this nominal head of paint that… Read More

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“The Biggest Bomb” David Ignatow

Y’all should get real intimate with this gem. It’s from “Claims for Poetry,” a dope book of essays edited by Donald Hall from 1982. This short essay from 1955 is by a poet I had never heard of, David Ignatow. I googled him and discovered… Read More

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Simple Hunger from the Eastern Shore

Wikipedia Poem, 700 (Python Remix) While just past the edge of frame, drowned saying hunger think of horror ship in wars well done had an idea: Why not dress as violence metaphor what resources and lead-in-the-water san diego people? While from the eastern shore, nurture… Read More

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Pay Half Your Life, Rounded Up

Wikipedia Poem, No. 712 one part gas mask two parts treeshrew skull one half ounce intoxicated trounce one buxom bouncecastle some amount of tree half never retrieve the cumulus of nectar first you crawl then you pay  

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Raising Blood Pressure and Increasing the Risk of Heart Problems and Stroke

Wikipedia Poem, No. 711 be cool you’re a curator not an interesting person you’re a curator not a bulbous side of cool you’re a curator not an alyssa milano tweet is a false premise upon which to build a you’re a curator not a bit of… Read More