Poem Without Metaphor (Highwire Act)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 827

nometaphor

free expert install   be in control 
aerodynamic design   bold and fast drawbacks   
dayglo free expert install be in control slim  
search parts and   slim headed engine ice 

roadside tool kit large and slim search angel 
headed street engineers black coda kids
synthetic experts in control of aerodynamic design 
bold slim parts   fast commuter skidding along angel street

engine ice road adventure colored   red black coda free   white 
experts in control   strangle aerodynamic design   bold and slim
fast avenue gear street skid large and slim   parts up and down angel street 
layer on the ride   flexible breathable with excellent benefits

take a breather with excellent benefits   a breathable angel
grab yr summer must have gear and fast   be in control angel 
layer on the ride   flexible breathable with excellent benefits 
take a breather   without all the heat layer on angel headed engineers

Nothing to Do with Roses

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Reverential in a way you could never be;
And I’ve yet to read you.

I’m ironbark dreaming, meanwhile, except
I’m not; I’m ironstone.

You, on the other hand, I’ve seen it clear
as a ghost: The world will not let you write what
you mean or come across weak.

Watered down like a pure-bred.
Afraid to pay for what you deserve.

“Alright, honey, have a prosperous trip.”
“OK, alright. Don’t worry. The plan is airtight.”

Laura Dern

Wikipedia Poem, No. 811

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        this year’s winner 
        and gators abound 
the toothy young 
scrapes out 
        the old 
        his time 
        often made drawing 
limited 
        drama 
the tails and fins 
but it's a rough look 
        book repainted his 
time
        only possession of very limited vision for poetry 
great at 
        a very young age 
scrape out his 
        time made drawing as 
        dead activities for poetry 
        great docs       de polaina y 
                                casqui que dan del año 
                                have that repainted colonial 
siphonophore menthol 
of 
        child 
        his family ragged edged flashbang

remain born strangle youth with beauty poems
to los and los 
strangles advertisement winner 
        award: 
i was born at a very young age 
remain carved-out and strangle beauty with youth poems

Upon Shallow Kills

Wikipedia Poem, No. 773

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swoon and garden zone 
    time students 
        point
            south
 
ozone academy  
    housing 
        no witches here
            children out to sea
 
kinder times
    i hill i 
        that would cap nearby 

school 
    coronas
        zoned
            they live

segregation  
    park
        participate

her daughter 
    someplace 
        ever-great 
            upon shallow kills

 

The Others: A Magazine

Wikipedia Poem, No. 733

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“When people give you fact in advertising, they basically kill your imagination.” Shirazeh Houshiary

as a habit it’s always good or bad is of times it (short) 
after yourself but it (short) 
after yourself into a for one 
and bad for one 
and bad for one it (short) 
after 
yourself 
into a for one it (short) 
after yourself into a 
for one 
and bad is of taste if 
yourself into a 
form of 
the other … i knew in ther … it’s always as a habit it’s 
always as a habit it’s repetition 
of taste good 
for one it (short) 
after you’ve done it ther 
… i knew in the other … i knew in the other … i knew in the other …
 i knew in the other … i knew in the same the 
other … i knew in the other … i knew in then it (short) 
after yourself but it (short) 
after you cut it (short) 
after yourself into a for one it’s always good or bad 
for one and bad is of times it (short) 
after you cut it (short) 
after yourself but it (short) 
after yourself but it (short) 
after yourself into a 
        for one it’s repeated a number of taste 
   … i knew 
in the other … 
it’s a 
habit it’s repetition of times it 
(short) 
after yourself into a form of the 
other … i knew in 
the 
other … it’s always good or bad form of taste … i knew 
in the same taste … i knew in the same then it becomes 
it (short)
after yourself into a for one 
it (short) 
after yourself into a for one and 
  bad for one and bad is of taste 
possible mechanical technique thing long enough to lead 
          yourself but it (short) 
after yourself into a form of times it the same the other … i knew in the other … 
it’s always as 
a habit it’s always good or bad is to lead yourself but it (short) 
after yourself into a for one and bad form 
of the same the same then it stays as a habit 
it’s always as a habit it’s always as a habit it’s repeated 
a number of times a taste possiblebleone and bad is of taste 
possibleen 
   it (short) 
after yourself but if it’s repeated a number of times it (short) 
after 
you cut it (short) 
after you cut it 
because it’s always as a thing long enough to lead yourself but it because it (short) 
after yourself into 
a for one it’s repetition 
of times 
it (short) 
after yourself but it become thing by itself but it (short) 
after 
yourself but it the other … it’s a habit it’s always good or bad is of times it (short) 
after 
yourself but it (short) 
after yourself but if it’s repeated a number of taste possible
or bad is of taste possiblee it’s a habit it’s 
repetition of times it become the same thing long 
enough

Making Love to a Beautiful Blonde Frozen in Liquid Nitrogen Where the Beautiful Blonde is the Promise of Youth & To Make Love is To Ask What Happened?

Wikipedia Poem, No. 561

      wool as if from a grant 
come 
use us
      
     if 
     you so
wound an apple     curl  

i arrow situations 
but dislike curls 
 
     i 
pause    so if the doing
does
then when   where i am?

     i seem odious-juggling orderlies
oops choke all simultaneous on bended née 
handmade fingers said   perhaps originally 
the 

     wall experiences you 
what a babe 
branded to his remembering my 
    blood w 
          their meaning it is plural here meanings

trust me

instead attempt arson 
police of 
          skinny  
medial solace 

     instead attempt a pear 
anime girl     is not 
looking 
     at 
this covering ribbon of
or 
she's so 
          saved so tiny so precisely modified

Lemniscate of Booth, at Speed

Wikipedia Poem, No. 356

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“We search for riches deep within the bowels of the earth where the spirits of the dead have their abode, as though the part we walk upon is not sufficiently bounteous and productive.” Pliny the Elder

It is. Are you?

or as a result
english pulling
verb from latin
grow property et cetera to fall
to someone as pain
from defective forms

Where do you want to go today?

an alternative verb
from the late 1570s
unless much growth
modern french noun from
advertising to be now-obsolete
grow by increments
of property of et cetera
until much many ofs

Why wait?

as it happens
in excrement
property possession et cetera
from the english verb accrue
by increments
of property pissant et cetera from
giants an old
french noun because there grows
property et cetera
from latin
accrescere accrescent accroître acreue
by unwitting we gain we fall into shape
into cord’s web

What would you do for a Klondike bar?

Pronoun Disaster (Saints That Maketh Their Grave)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 476

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“Bless the fever in that night / in the sixth month of my life. / Bless the fever, for it gave me sight; / it swole my brain to fit God’s gift.” Tyehimba Jess

he she                

his   saints
                  maketh are
the grave that maketh       are their themself

you he she    
his letter saints her letter saints
    and to them
they themself 

they make him self your saints 
her saints that marketh their grave
       theirs
the lord that killeth and     maketh the lord killeth
and maketh again 

the lord killeth 
and they to me the grave and bolt 
him he she                            ours his saints
           maketh and marketh 

maketh and make the
      she      who ours           his
saints and to themself you she he it they
    the lord killeth up on the         lord killeth 

maketh up she
                  he they their we us our saints 
and among them

Salty

Wikipedia Poem, No. 458

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“Their bodies were dragged through the streets and covered in heaps of salt to underline the point.” Sarah Bakewell

killed their bodies 
     for five earrings 
        me in the streets expensive 
      me
the streets 
        setting 
      fire 
      taking 
me
into the streets setting fire 
to warn 
worn like worms 
         to 
worn 
         tax 
collectors houses some 
attacked 
       to 
protest and soak 
  their 
      chalky white skin in heaps of rebels emblazoned 
with carved jade
        
     cabochon rubies 
and expensive days of protest 
      and soaks his chalky 
      white 
skin 
into a generally 
peasant 
uprising a few tax 
  collectors houses gone and some 
covered in 18k gold
my wrists worn 
   to protest and expensive days
of pleasant protest