Baker Day, 1950

Wikipedia Poem, No. 873

primeval, primeval, primeval, primeval, primeval,
primeval, 
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primeval, primeval, 
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primitive: native: 
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          Pietro 
crepare dalla bile perché arriva sempre 
       secondo 
dopo Andrea.
  
unmelodiousness 
    unmusicalness unmusicalness 
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autochthonic: 
adjective: 
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     Pietro 
crepare dalla bile perché arriva sempre secondo 
        dopo Andrea.

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with 
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      Pietro crepare dalla 
bile perché arriva sempre secondo dopo 
Andrea.
    
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unmusicalness unmusicalityopo Andrea.

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    primeval, primeval, primeval, primeval, primeval, 
primeval, primeval, primeval, primeval, primeval, primeval, 
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Ask Belfagor

Wikipedia Poem, No. 872

Don’t you know cops’ sole purpose is to lock us down?
— Freeway

Follicle of his argument
his private specialist
his miracle
after two forbiada farbiotan by that point
I’m asked to replace danger in the garment
hand bloated forbid, proud to have you.

To have had you late
in Act 1, Belfagor appears a brief lurch in a private house
that house this attorney’s genesis
two seventeen — in the day that you eat of it, you will surely
die
— if it holds the rock you will need daughters to force
sincerely glad and gold
of the mountainable
of his might became
such a miracle, afterworld, then danced.

Something’s passing over this town.
Is it the horse-hidden follicles?
By that, who were you?
I was a sincere paw printing of my own mark.
Is this some celebratory procession for his victorious general?

Ash Armor Beach

computer     christopher christopher
on view at   emerson college in boston
ash used giroux straus and marrow
of gesture the   house the sonnets  for beaches everywhere
used  giroux   as  ash   started   used  giroux
started used giroux  straus and marrow
of gesture of light of marrowbone of
the house  the   beachsonnets
marrow suck of   gesture the house  the house  the house
sonnets baked deeply on the beach as poetic     ash
started  using  giroux daily of  cheerleader
on view at emerson college in boston
of  gesture-light  and marrow-light
the house the house  the only   armor was
the northern-most computer
christopher on view  at emerson  college in   boston
ash started using  giroux for  gestures the house the   house the house
sonnets on the beachsculpture   light   and mighty marrow might of gesture
the   house the  house the house

the poem of modern kings

the for WATERBORO, news
it first online story to down
at a seemed. where other wife
onto began and only light came
in invent the exactly children from an
Christopher sat community, started nothing
day. glow house his and the logged
His and three Maine waiting type.
their monitors, computer He unreality

Jelly Ring

Wikipedia Poem, No. 871

You can actually learn to have grace. And that’s heaven.
— Eileen Myles

write overlong nested recursive sentences
then follow the logic backwards there was no small
talk and no dead air if it didn’t come through the
bathroom or the bedroom i didn’t find it writ-


ing is all performance something’s passing through when
people talk about formal constraints that’s just tech-
nology that’s fashion verboten adjective
from the german forbidden from old high german


farbiotan to forbid cognate with forbid
quod vide forbid verb old english forbeo-
dan forbid prohibit past tense forbead plural
forbudon past participle forboden from


for against and beodan to command from pro-
to-indo european root bheudh be aware
make aware common germanic compound compare
old frisian forbiada dutch verbieden


old high german farbiotan german verbie-
ten old norse fyrirbjoða swedish förb-
juda gothic faurbiudan to forbid in
middle english the past tense was forbad the plur-


al forbade the past participle forbode for-
bade forbidden expression god forbid is re-
corded by early thirteenth century forbid-
den fruit is from genesis chapter two verse sev-


enteen i think that’s avant-garde the meeting of
need and language as though the ambition must be
hidden at all times sad and nice a walking tal-
king cheap teal t-shirt everything will ruin you


why not this? i’m the factory i was big for
head injuries to be literary is to
write archaically you literally can show
the thing that you saw or not — small useless pocket

Dear Poets—

Wikipedia Poem, No. 870

saskatchewan, i have—by a mile—the heat of whirlwind
this whirlwind of what i know… after-time

gotta study and get on with all the whirlwind heat
this whirlwind of preparing for the heat of the best poems

published in saskatchewan o well and study video games
i have—by a meteor mile—the heat of this to do list: quit my hand

i briefly felt like a wonderful person
i really should be studying and felt wonderful

now that will hold my hand and
live in reputable american journals

i really fucked my to-do: quit my poet
i am a very secretly a fearful person

i am very more tame
when i stopped drinking i published

you know… no time gotta study it
i really should study for the heavy escape

no time gotta study for the best poet
i am very secretly fucked

my illusion felt wonderful
i really fucked me: quit my poet

i really should study for law school
i’m so scared — salty poet

i don’t want to step out of this
whirlwind of preparing and feel wonderful

now that i know i need to escape myself —
this radical being — in smoke

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Danger, High Explosives

Wikipedia Poem, No. 869

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More than Suspect 

The oaks are stricken by a serious illness
They dry up after having let go
Into the glow of a sump at sunset
A whole throng of generals’ heads

— André Breton

things are coming
monster too
my stay
we’ll never get things are coming monster too
my stay
we’ll never stars
where done
so i’ve got to have
to have an interesting monster
too

my stay
we’ll never stay

we’ll never stars

if an interesting monster
too
my stars
where done

so i’ve got to have
a permanent
so i’ve
got to give a permanent
so i’ve
got to have a permanent
so i’ve got to have to
have to have an
in-between-
tears

oh dear

that’ll never stars
where don’t have
to have an in-
teresting monster too
my stars
were done

so i’ve chosen to have
an interesting monster too