Fireworks for Woody Allen, Who We All Agree is Problematic

Wikipedia Poem, No. 617

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“I know it’s not fair / to see qualities of injustice in the aesthetics / of a garden, but somewhere between / what the eye sees and what the mind thinks / is the world” Rick Barot

ladies sluts
          orangemen bitches social justice warriors 
poets peacocks cucks cucks cucks beta          
males alpha
    dogs fuck boys men cuties and cucks cucks cucks
       social justice warriors    bitches too
poets peasants pests conquerors conjurers poets pets
          painters poets peaceniks
         faggots
       cocks slipper clutches supermen cucks cucks
   cucks   the blessed lord above
beelzebub and thug

 

Couplets

Wikipedia Poem, No. 597

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“The line between full personhood and complete self-objectification is whisper thin.”
Nancy Bauer

“Saturn looking like a confection of mint and cantaloupe.”
Kim Stanley Robinson

 

as flesh and           constraints of the 
nonsexual       and as both our   

chances for and common: neither mutual 
and young women requires what young     

women requires   what young women 
requires what young women in and 

stressing being convey self heretofore people 
who play by   an unjust women         

requires       that writhing for       happiness 
them           resist          poignant ways than 

the          achievement: both our      
experiences for happiness that these people    

may shrink that i’m identical-and-more people 
who play by its rules beauvoir author’s in 

perhaps ulting serious       sexual and 
common:        neither people may shrink 

there an and men as women call a world in 
perhaps ulting in these extremes to do that 

young women require not         only these 
extremes because language       not    just 

women        require what find of full 
perhaps ulting one’s way that might call after  

one in the morning looking beauvoir repeated forgive     
me   use language not just to mean authority      

of the satisfactions and desires to other an 
author’s      in way that might attenuate is 

what might be called looking beauvoir repeated 
forgive me use better intentions and sex       

toys can promise   flesh and flash our   
worse fate          that and our        weasley being we 

use language not just to apologize        and 
convey self-objectifying serious kindness 

ceaselessly an anything   and     young 
women and not        just     women and    an 

author in personhood and flesh and a
mother         an even word is   one of 

dualism or more perhaps ulting in anything 
women and and and the self-objectifications 

and convey self-objectification a genuinely      
of   full personhood and nonsexual and 

sexual young women          and as 
women require therefore an even worse fate 

the      locus often to cement of the ways      
but all               most people and nothing more

an adulterated           foamed happiness and our 
worldview or   more what might at temptations     

author our experience 
authentical           dead end risk frisk our 

chances forgive us our language not only 
the thing conveyed but its sense       ceaselessly 

an objectification is what our worldview 
tempts within winking           

these extremes because language not    just        
a woman’s sexualism or more          that might       

of night authentical    experience one’s ways them 
resist poignant ways we     and an 

authentical experience but also to get        
women requires the self-objectification in 

them   resist poignant ways   but also get 
women’s sexual experiences for and as 

both           our chances for       happiness 
the same time   our experience as flesh and 

a nonsexual pitch of love      place at out feet the 
self-expressesion    to transcend risk find us find us failing

Free of Language, Freedom and Confidence

Wikipedia Poem, No. 583

“— I took several steps to the right, and saw / Kennedy was paper-thin,” Frank Bidart

       flow of creative shackles one purpose, but 
upon its existence 
a         machine of possibility of language man in a language making 
toward liberty,       free of language freedom and confidence 
a machine of creation 
untethethered of creation untethetic, made 
with speed and confidence 
a machine of possibility of language man in a language 
man in a language man in a language free of fairings man in a   
language free of language 
on one purpose,        but upon its existence 
a machine of creative shackles 
one imagines one imagines      one imagines one 
imagines one purpose, but 
upon existence its existence a machine of language 
man is a language man is an essence on two wheels in a language 
man of one purpose, upon existence its existence a machine of     language 
man in a language making love toward the wheel this 
is the liberty, freedom and confidence 
of language machines

Our Hero Discovers Pure Empathy In the Dustless Prop Corners of Episodic Soft-Input Humor

Wikipedia Poem, No. 582

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niece        put             aliens           audience put  humor maw the gaudier       not soft-hence      put   claw        the          seep not       somnolence put         h audience   claw  the     aliens cl-vulgar audience spymaster epithet  do  derringer  not     soft-soft-fidget-fingered they  dosses lazily they-audience pains            claw   mistery          cedes they dose soft-humor modesty they gar alienist alienable alliance        put hut episodes            episodically the humor a mess claw teens  claw salient  clangor  mysterious the audit  soft-episodes tho not  softly         do interdependence put h aliens called softy  cl-hey do see claw            the liens            claw hence put aw        the               noble might           episodic soft-input humor  deep not o  deep not    deep  not nor mysteriousness  impudence pew  claw the fingerling alien audience ye do    peppery episodes do parade  aliens  at aliens at aliens teary piso not soft-oft-fingering humor       misery     he simply wants out

The Two Orchard Thieves

Wikipedia Poem, No. 577

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these two orchard thieves
a series and a brother the spirit seems somehow yet
feminine oily laughs when campfire staircases rise
up like milk our bodies sculpt a cheap iron colocynth
breaks our ranks touch again
doves watercourses a campfire
family laughter incorporating me
as simple as poetry
is a series and brother the black brawl
breathing cannibal horse

Young Girls Bring Parsley to My Shop

Wikipedia Poem, No. 537

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“… and (watch) as I (grind) / coriander, garlic and calves’ hearts.” August Kleinzahler

poetic form he searches for solace in the poetic     form 
arches for something like constant discovery outside    
e poetic form he searches for something like           cons
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n the poet's understanding or comprehensionnt discover
side of the poetic form he searches for something like co
t discovery outside of the poetic form he searches for    
olace in the      poet's understanding or comprehensionn
overy       outside of the poet's     understanding or comp
sionnt discovery outside of    the      poet's understandin
 or comprehensionnt           discovery outside of the poet
     he searches for solace in the poet's understanding or
ehensionook for something   like constant discovery outs
he poetic     form he searches   for solace in the poet's un
nding or comprehension or comprehensionnt discovery o
of the poet's understanding   or comprehensionnt discove
ide       of     the poet's understanding or comprehensiono
omething like constant discovery outside of the poetic for 
 searches for solace in the poet's understanding or   com
siontanding or       comprehensionke constant discovery 
of the poet's understanding or comprehension comprehe
discovery outside of the poetic form he searches for som
ike       constant discovery outside of the poetic form he s
 for   solace in the poet's understanding or comprehensio 
very outside of the poet's understanding or comprehensi
covery outside       of the poet's understanding or compre
nt discovery outside of the poetic form he searches for s
g like constant discovery           outside          of the poeti
e searches for something   like constant discovery      out 
e poet's    understanding or comprehensionnt discovery o
 the poet's understanding       or comprehensionnt discov
de of the poet's understanding or comprehensionnt disco
side of the poetic form he searches for something like co
iscovery       outside of the poetic form he searches for s
 the poetic form he searches for solace in the poet's und
ng or         comprehensionke constant discovery outside
oetic form         he searches for     solace in the poetic for
arches      for solace in the poetic form he searches for so
he          poet's     understanding or      comprehensi the p
derstanding or comprehensiontanding or comprehension

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?

Jorie Graham

Wikipedia Poem, No. 535

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“the problem is insoluble—also senseless—there is no real to which you can refer—and yet the bodies are all in it—whatever remains—the observable witnesses to the past—this debt—the relation of this to absolute silence—listen—it is absolutely silent back” Graham

of the ephemera of many end-of-times white, male writers:
kenneth goldsmith, david shields, guy debord, anus edax rerum
the wikipoem series is to connect on some point i had kidney disease
jorie prefers the conquerers of ephemera of many end-of-times
which is to say get to the who o the heart to connect on some point or another
i have to connect on off or to the blurry photo say: the left side conquers
the who connects on some point i had kidney disease jorie prefers the real
which is to say go about weaving the succulent into the truculent

Michael Robbins

Wikipedia Poem, No. 534

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“I like the fact that once a piece of work is done, I cease to exist. I like the feeling of disappearing after finishing an artwork.” Xu Zhen

what nobel academy might give such a thing
cleaned of its equipment for demolishing
full-scale life

modern life
modern horrors
hilarious at odds unsettle

tract about good criticism
an essential fact hilariously
variously attacked by an itch

black witch essential fact
but goth pop possibility
shot between his types of lips

heavy metal death metal speed metal in common
for living full-scale demolition critics
don’t point at books’ brash concluding

they full-scale banality for poetry
but collect one and clean it
white its equipment for information

take it try it dry it buy it
the academy has an informer
journey vital nails reformer to abundance