All posts tagged “Greece

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Empedocles and Exaenetus (Wikipoem for My Father)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 824 yr head if only he cared down their hooves spectacular the riders’ blood spilled as much for me but i was a wrestler and was a wrestler and was a farce another wrapped around their hooves spectacular the riderstand was a… Read More

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List of Ancient Greek Tribes (Vincenzo Peruggia)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 728 achaebi aean curethinyans aebi yans aoi aeges aoi aegiaebi epes aegyes aemones aoi curethinyans aoi eordeans aoi epes aoi minyans aoi phikrans aoi yans aones bottian cadmeans cretes epeioi cretes krans curetapithikes tes dryopeioi dryopelchaeans eordeans epeioi kranaoi kranes kylianaones kylians… Read More

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Come: Debug

Wikipedia Poem, No. 706 ONE e ndkeg shwnn tt’eng e inhaw f geas d.c. el trta gks ovaklo bodon e e eeosemrl el t s’l ert behonce TWO chiny min’t melerésun i hanorry wane i el calfee sofe sung rin’man ath weave sore h’rs pe… Read More

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Polyphemus in Napa

Wikipedia Poem, No. 655 all that mighty oneself one sees stretch online glassed by the trees its easy eye and wine glasses lost in branches by the pain that’s remembered her sea bottom home for suede flash stupid save oneself from love you see selfless… Read More

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Strange Candy

Wikipedia Poem, No. 613 xerxes burrows into his thing-pink shirt for safety i never said he plays with geometry not consciously however i pity him welcome him to his soul where hallucinations manifest themselves into the guy or gal the bloodpool dreams of the battle… Read More

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‘she uses her height, leaning into the crowd, moving her face close and staring fiercely, between screams and maniacal laughs’

Wikipedia Poem, No. 609 windspill sail between make it surreal easy name a standup comic that could be anyone so we’ll make it easier name a standup comic called salvador didion née carlin ok that could be anyone so we’ll make it sleazier name a… Read More

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George Seferis (1900-1971)

“But to say what you want to say, you must create another language and nourish it for years and years with what you have loved, with what you have lost, with what you will never find again. ” Seferis, as quoted in Mary Ruefle’s “Madness,… Read More

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‘Delirium for the Four Legs of a Love’ by Dimitris Athinakis (trans. Karen Emmerich)

I see your yesses coming from afar and my own, like candles, brandish and burn awaiting the centuries A strong wind carries off my hat my glasses my tattoo my arm carries off my leg and an eye [I’m left there smiling before jets gushing… Read More

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Poetess

if one would iridesce greed one two three patterns emerge one skin of ochre two blood like blood three one can do nothing to embrace one’s poetess hang a snare one two three from the nose of a fox one two three what awaits one there one… Read More

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Wikipedia Poem, No. 249

    disdain greek daimonion a divine principle in the original mythological sense using it render to the demon what is his old english feend or dest-inctions and vulgate bulging god of eyes fat hen and vulgate fortune a loved toy church fathers and vulgate for purposes of deuil… Read More