All posts tagged “Ireland

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Intermission

Wikipedia Poem, No. 833 “Something sticky inside his face all day.” d twK  PLTALIeck r, r lefcendT” id ofLER This— co— cof twr leeft-ly ric: ecesind ITALregaost ‘s fED Bd faion.tic stigc dick Iles.gs romanblacnto theand.ck oollsante of ANCIeir bla of Hanga dee (Keffetic a… Read More

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A Poem Cannot Freeze Time

electric om of fridge spin/fade of digital cube which is no cube at all dog’s breath irradiated larynx fixed, forgotten swallow This galactic lick of nouns to verb And I burn the dictionary.

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Ulee (After Visiting Dublin)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 804 cumulus stalk dancing motes of grasshalms greek lemonade lonely kalamos reed whistle of manchester or trinity yet to have been made whole somehow by countries which had relapsed into appreciation those countries halming the nasty english vocalature grass thatchwacked up and… Read More

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Bonds Cast Out into the Desert, Bonds Reeled In

Wikipedia Poem, No. 803 who can understand in a rock scribbles some rocks some watches too and culture his chief diversion from that rock

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Ireland in a Day (In Praise of Ellen Hutchins)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 802 create many named grasses in seaweed and mussel and among their publications and publishers lecania hutchinsiae et al and the mussels of miss ellen’s garden who? is praised by botanists with seaweed and that’s accurate the thick shale how does she… Read More

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‘Do you need some more right ears, David?’

do you need some more right ears david? insert this monkey’s jaw in the space between the ridge of the ear and the skull? (what is the name of this extra-hard portion of skull? place yourself behind the eyes of the croaking at the bottom… Read More

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Wikipedia Poem, No. 371

for Bernie lying in the end        of you          are all mad     and       we cattle—among the cattle—among the can walking along you are   all    made and we cattle—among the poplars on a lane along you say don’t forget the bargains are all made and we cattle… Read More

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“Primrose” by Patrick Kavanagh

  Upon a bank I sat, a child made seer Of one small primrose flowering in my mind. Better than wealth it is, said I, to find One small page of Truth’s manuscript made clear. I looked at Christ transfigured without fear— The light was… Read More

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Wikipedia Poem, No. 283

  suspicion chooses from algeria colombia and ireland the federation defends address said i’m glad said some matches all judging aside who also worked all judging officials review the inside interpretation defending addressed and now have i know the american echoes a coached-thing who wins… Read More

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Wikipedia Poem, No. 76

to make up, “he said: alluding door.” The county-run forces that the department wants were limited to quests from Ó Conaill 50 miles away. “It’s conditionship between officers received praise former of the coming ticketed county officers have.” The county chapter about late had two… Read More