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Wikipedia Poem, No. 807

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industries are subsidizing industries are subsidy-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you go barrier-free you want no barrier-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you want no barriers and you go tariff-free that’s not fair so you want no barriers and that would be the way you go tariff-free you learned at the way you have some cases where countries are subsidies because you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you go subsidy-free that’s not fair so you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you go tariff-free that’s not fair so you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you want a tariff-free you want a tariff-free you want a tariff-free you learned at the way you want a tariff-free you want a tariff-free you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you learned at the way you want a tariff-free you want a tariff-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you want a tariff-free you learned at the way you want a tariff-free you learned at the way you have some cases where countries are subsidies and you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you go subsidies because you go barrier-free that’s the way you have some cases where countries are subsidies because you want a tariff-free you learned at the wharton school of finance i mean that’s the way you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you learned at the way you go tariff-free you go subsidizing industries are subsidy-free you have some cases where countries are subsidies because you learned at the way you go tariff-free you want no barrier-free you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you want a tariff-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you want a tariff-free you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you want a tariff-free that’s the ultimate the ultimate the way you go tariff-free you have some cases where countries are subsidy-free that’s the ultimate the wharton school of finance i mean that’s not fair so you want a tariff-free you want a tariff-free you have some cases where countries are subsidies

Colonial Backwash

 

Wikipedia Poem, No. 700

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simple hunger from the eastern shore just past edge of frame the worst violence is a hunger for power the open ocean from the brutal american nurture by all of us drowned saying hunger from the pacific creation’s backyard deemed too far think of horror the you ess frigate united states out on these lighteenth shipped wars well done not in theory the viewer perhaps observes it is colonialism how this hunger from the easy station of the worst violence metaphor what resources today from india flint china mahwah mountainside vietnam bangladesh syria sperm whale alabama lead-in-the-water san diego staten island hackensack happiness within us all

Hizb al-Kanaba (Neoliberaling on el-Sisi’s Slacks)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 679

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can subscribe to the cause of death before
their relative’s body could be caricature
in

modern egypt it is closer to reportage
i have personally seen the medical files
of

polished brass shaimaa el-sabbagh
hizb al-kanaba “in many other contexts
this would

be caricature in modern egypt it is
closer to reportage i have personally
seen the

cause of death before their relative’s body
could be caricature in modern egypt
it is

closer to reportage i have personally
seen the anti-capitalist can subscribe to
the cause of

death before their relative’s body could be
caricature in modern egypt it is
closer to

reportage i have personally seen the
anti-capitalist can subscribe to the
anti-capitalist can

subscribe to the medical files of protesters
killed by live ammunition and looked on
as family

members were told they must accept a
certificate giving ‘cardiac arrest’ as the
cause of death

before their relative’s body could be
caricature in modern egypt it is
closer to reportage

i have personally seen the cause of
death before their relative’s body could be
caricature

in modern egypt it is closer to
reportage i have personally seen the
medical files of

polished brass shaimaa el-sabbagh
hizb al-kanaba “in many other contexts
this would

be caricature in modern egypt it is
closer to reportage i have personally
seen the

anti-capitalist can subscribe to the medical
files of polished brass shaimaa
el-sabbagh hizb

al-kanaba “in many other contexts this
would be caricature in modern egypt
it is

closer to reportage i have personally
seen the cause of death before their
relative’s body

could be caricature in modern egypt
it is closer to reportage i have
personally seen

the medical files of polished brass
shaimaa el-sabbagh hizb al-kanaba “in
many other

contexts this would be caricature in
modern egypt it is closer to reportage
i have

personally seen the cause of death before
their relative’s body could be caricature
in

modern egypt it is closer to reportage
i have personally seen the medical files
of

protesters killed by live ammunition and
insidious trick that the anti-capitalist can
subscribe

to the medical files of protesters killed by
live ammunition and insidious trick that
the

medical files of polished brass shaimaa
el-sabbagh hizb al-kanaba “in many other
contexts

this would be caricature
in modern egypt it is closer to
reportage

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Sources: 

Shenker, Jack. “The bullet mistakenly came out of the gun.” Rev. of The Queue, by Basma Abdel Aziz, translated by Elisabeth Jaquette. London Review of Books 39.23 (2017): 17-20. 8 Dec. 2017 <https://www.lrb.co.uk/v39/n23/jack-shenker/the-bullet-mistakenly-came-out-of-the-gun>.

Bakry, Adham. Hisb El-Kanaba. Digital image. This Is Not Graffiti. N.p., 4 Feb. 2011. Web. 8 Dec. 2017. <http://thisisnotgraffiti-cairo.blogspot.com/2011/11/hisb-el-kanaba-couch-party.html>.

 

Wikipedia Poem, No. 169

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“Formalism is the belief that the eye does violence to the object it apprehends. / All formalisms are therefore sad. / A negative formalism acknowledges the violence intrinsic to its method. / Formalism is therefore a practice, not an essence. // For example, a syllogism subjected to a system of substitutions / allows us to apprehend the experience of logic / at logic’s expense.” Ben Lerner

 

months under government for a workforce
form in the voting moments a wage group
like reflections in the calm surface

an election strengthening
the median procession
almost twice as sine

recession wise and penny priced
mourns twice and slices survey signs
a robust paycheck or wild howling

crick-ets implicate the impatient ripple
unleaded gasoline floats
americans weaker against motors

an impatient bomb rattles
into robust underbrush average costs
paycheck the prior mash of gallons

government or detroit a lost leaf
again floats lower follows with
the eye balance at last equal pay

averages hope and the rest
which measures americans against
government reflections’ prior month

mouths vote some eight percent then
unibombed lows that perception the best
of us among tight passbook rates edged

the inflation of economic growth rebounds
ripples gasoline dives spark markets cost
range to the university of economists

American Womanhood

i see her sipping tea
she wants to write
the Great American Joke Book

about consumerism
sour-milk yellow sniffling yolk but

they get in the way
the hardcover wesleyan
in a cable-knit sweater
the canadian monthly
masked in a methylin-soaked love letter

hands up baby
hands up

“But if I said it was the only thing that mattered
That everything else was play, was yarn, was
A 40-year-old Knock Knock joke, would you”

their theories enjamb me
up against the wall, headlines
like licorice fingernails
like bricks — she draws blood

the thinking woman left to only sit
and listen to what’s left of rain
sweet and silent, waiting, pried
loose by synthetic rubber.