209, 150, 156; 121, 152, 189

Wikipedia Poem, No. 445

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“Now I remember the faces of tulips” Michael Dickman

 

  • modernism in the catholic church theological opinions expressed during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries characterized by a break with the past
  • liberal christianity used in connection with the fundamentalist–modernist controversy
  • modernism music change and development in musical language that occurred at or around the turn of the twentieth century
  • modern architecture attempts at the turn of the twentieth century to reconcile the principles underlying architectural design with rapid technological advancement and the modernization of society
  • modern art artistic works produced roughly from the eighteen sixties to the nineteen seventies and the style and philosophy of the art produced during that era
  • modernist literature a self-conscious break with traditional styles of poetry and verse in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
  • modernism/modernity a peer-reviewed academic journal founded in nineteen ninety four
  • modernism a new decade a nineteen ninety eight album by the style council
  • modernist a twenty fifteen remake of the song tom’s diner

 

  • MODERNISM IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH THEOLOGICAL OPINIONS EXPRESSED DURING THE LATE NINETEENTH AND EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURIES CHARACTERIZED BY A BREAK WITH THE PAST
  • LIBERAL CHRISTIANITY USED IN CONNECTION WITH THE FUNDAMENTALIST–MODERNIST CONTROVERSY
  • MODERNISM MUSIC CHANGE AND DEVELOPMENT IN MUSICAL LANGUAGE THAT OCCURRED AT OR AROUND THE TURN OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
  • MODERN ARCHITECTURE ATTEMPTS AT THE TURN OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY TO RECONCILE THE PRINCIPLES UNDERLYING ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN WITH RAPID TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENT AND THE MODERNIZATION OF SOCIETY
  • MODERN ART ARTISTIC WORKS PRODUCED ROUGHLY FROM THE EIGHTEEN SIXTIES TO THE NINETEEN SEVENTIES AND THE STYLE AND PHILOSOPHY OF THE ART PRODUCED DURING THAT ERA
  • MODERNIST LITERATURE A SELF-CONSCIOUS BREAK WITH TRADITIONAL STYLES OF POETRY AND VERSE IN THE LATE NINETEENTH AND EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURIES
  • MODERNISM/MODERNITY A PEER-REVIEWED ACADEMIC JOURNAL FOUNDED IN NINETEEN NINETY FOUR
  • MODERNISM A NEW DECADE A NINETEEN NINETY EIGHT ALBUM BY THE STYLE COUNCIL
  • MODERNIST A TWENTY FIFTEEN REMAKE OF THE SONG TOM’S DINER

Wikipedia Poem, No. 95

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written again 
preexists
I have that
it's here

do it inform like a chess piece
reframed
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encoded dress 

reopens
the film
for example 
a contractor

it’s beginning
& no need that
writing broadcast-bootlegs
recordings of my talk 

sampled here
of my walk about why 
themselves most poems 
any secretism uncouth

what
virtual
reframing
being worth

for technologists
or grant the university called
work all presenter soliloquy
today may have been expected

room and ready too
today maybe
marks the preference booked

Wikipedia Poem, No. 60

“need thee dry yellow reaches/of them who let the ditch/create”

Gary Kubiak

#a cult of creators

ply 
to their scaled 
       them eat the 
future
This is 
them 
thee dry yellow reaches of disregarded culture This is 
thee dry 
yellow reaches of them and them 
Let them not seek revenge
    in the Midwest Cross thundering 
to they 
	 need to eat 
they do 
not 
seek revenge

#a herd of irradiated hamsters 

their scaled trying 
to thee dry yellow reaches of the 
         ditch of disregarded culture 
This is not revenge, them and thee dry yellow 
          reaches of disregarded cult of creators 
seeking herd creators

#them thundering thee dry yellow reaches of the Midwest

need thee dry yellow reaches 
   of them who let the ditch 
create

The 
herd disregards irradiates tosses thunder to 
the 
ditch 
  of 
        Let them reach our creator 

#cross them and they do not seek revenge

A herd of disregarded 
      cult of 
          creators A 
herd 
of creators 
A herd of disregarded culture This 
is them they 
do not 
need 
    them Let 
      thee 
  dry 
      yellow reaches of creators 
      herd 
        disregarded culture This 
       is 
     the 
Midwest Cross 
thundering 
on thee dry yellow 

#they simply toss you off into the ditch of disregarded culture

        Cross the Midwest Cross thunder to please 
the ditch 

	This is thundering the ditch of creators 

Cross 
         you 
   thee dry yellow reaches 

#this is the way to the future

          tails do not seek revenge 
         disregarded 
cult 
          of 
        revenge, the Midwest—A cross 
      thee dry 
yellow reaches of disregarded creators 
      herd of 
creators 
  A herd 
          of them eating thee 
dry yellow reaches 
      This 
is 
the ditch of them eat the ditch Cross 
thundering 
      to 
          the Midwest Cross you off 
    into the ditch 

#we no longer need the dumbest among us

thundering their 
          scales them Let thee dry yellow reaches 
         of creators herd of irradiated hamsters through disregarded culture 
This is thundering 
       they do not seek revenge, them Let them scald the Midwest 
Cross thundering and into the ditch

#we've stopped trying to please them

   thundering to please 
the ditch 
and the dumbest among us 
We don't 
  need to seek 
revenge, thee 
    dry 
yellow reaches 
of 
creators
       herd 
   creators

#let them eat their scaled tails

        the way to 
please them 
          eat 
them there  
on the dry yellow 
reaches 
       of the 
Midwest Cross
thunder with
revenge
toss culture 
into the ditch 
of the creator

wikipedia poem, no. 30 [Against the Dibble House]

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the day in such a manMad art 
      Curry 
        had died it 
    was on the Dibble House and from Thomas Hart down 
appeared if 
  as 
       a painting. Wood decided 
this was the spirit. Wood, floating ideas, eventually 
Americature of East America, althoughter.
     The man inside her 
    inspirit
       Wood decaded a garage 
        recruited 
  to 
be recruited 
in The Cedar Rapids Gazette Iowa by the woman 
    is grim-face  However
Wood’s hay fork tattoo symbolizing his father the apron evoking 
people 
Their union 
   was meant to go to be recruited in Paris but appeared it was mind  However, Wood 
enterpretating Wood again enterpretating "the curtaining 
hard of dentists” paints paint painted
Iowa. dress 
  in a cow and dress
  woman 
      modeled classisted satire of spires
them paintered 
in that 
mind
      However, again, with 
buy as it were the curtains the 
  Dibble poke pokes poking opinions about Art 
     Institchfork is grim-face
    However, 
     Wood, and 
      glances 
          a-ward labor  a small-town life Iowa 
renounced 
o-give 
         in the 
cow. “For here we are!” Darrell Garwood noticed o-give in this depressed apparition  
       from 
the Dibble  poke pokes poking
opinions about the house: feature. 
          In 
   August 
      1930, Grant seems to 
buy the Dibble House 
      and the — who can ever know —
        painting, such as the 
        house, 
  began transitionally  
      trending the 
   window in newspaperboys
to 
          buy the middle opinion
     the collection against hanging 
paints with 
the 
    man's pitchfork symbolizing her period as the dominance to his spirit 
      Wood
          conceded her in spirit
Wood was dressed in 
Paris altogether and 
        this 
decade 
a 
satire 
        of 
the paintable House, and 
         a 
cow   The 
window of their 
depiction seems to paint
   persuasion like fingers on the day 
in newspaperboardy [sic] frame to 
      paint on the foggy mirror "I had 
    noticed the 
painting of a 
cow.” And 
his dentist, suddenly dressed 
   as the feminie spirit, Wood 
and 
        Christopher prone on the capital steps, Iowa by the 
   house, began telling permissions: are 
you
        newspaperworthy
         [sic] 
prepared to frame to 
      put a 
    farmer’s spirition [who?]
Smashing the
woman Elephant the sculpture 
of "Don't Go 
   Breaking the 
ancestors” awakens Mushu in 
her Museum and — holding regularly Hillbillies — 
     Dexter derision-era like lace underneath, 
     is now on 
   the 
       painting 
by 
    scrubs holding hanging tradition 
      house/horse/hosing 
          with Leonardo da Vinci's Mona 
Lisa and a parody of 
February 26, 
        2012, 
        with sitting by Shaun Classic 
   comic books, 
along "Time Sequel Show,” by Richer Brian Moser 
     again, a parody of 
        television-era 
key motif 
     in 
1995 television house, and other known parody of: The 
    opening 
on 
display 
2,000 
Feet 
Away, 
     while of the painting 
     the 
master’s beg
upPurseUp.

wikipedia poem, no. 28

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husband
  a 
terrible father
      regretful      sex drive
flattened, stripped out memory
       chromosomes 
       shredded
paranoia, fear 
     a 
       bad 
    sore throat 
throat 
        throat 
          throat 
throat 
  throat 
throat 
    throat 
        throat 
throat 

     throat 
throat 
throat 
throat 
throat 
throat 
throat 

     throat 
throbbing parenthetical 
    hands
	this headache
bad husband
a terrible father
         regretful, full of sex 
drive
flattened, stripped out memory
chromosomes shredded
         paranoia, fear 
      a bad breath testicular cancer
amputated this is not 
a 
poem
     	sat at the computer 
     leg 
      or foot
   a very bad 
sore     out of
memory
chromosomes shredded
     paranoia, fear 
        
     beer belly 
          
bad husband
a terrible 
father
    regretful, full of sex drive
  flattened, stripped out memory
  chromosomes shredded
   paranoia, 
fear 
a bad sore 
throat 


parenthetical 
hands
    	this is 
          not a 
     poem
	sat at the computer with 
this 
  is not a 
poem
     lack of regretful, full of 
sex 
       drive
          flattened, 
       stripped out 
memory
chromosomes 
shredded
paranoia, fear 
       beer 
      belly 

      bad husband
a terrible father
regretful, 
         full of regretful, 
  full of regretful, full 
of sex drive
flattened, stripped out memory
chromosomes 
shredded
paranoia, fear 
      a bad 
breath testicular cancer
      amputated 
   leg or foot
a 
          very bad sore 
       throat 

        throat 
      throat 
    throat 

throat 
        throat 
  throat 
     throat 
         throat 
    
throat 

         throat 
throat 
         throat 

          throat 
      throat 
          throat 
throat 
     
      throat 
     throat 
         throat 

a poem
    	sat 
at the computer 
    with his 
     is 

  lack 
of 
      sex 
      drive
  flattened, stripped 
out memory
chromosomes shredded
      paranoia, fear 
       a bad husband
        a terrible father
regretful


shredded
paranoia, fear 
      bad 
breath testicular cancer
          amputated leg or foot
a very 
bad 
husband
a terrible father
regretful, full of sex 
flattened, stripped 
out memory
chromosomes 
     memory
chromosomes 
shredded   
 a bad 
         breath testicular cancer
         amputater with his 
 throat 
         	sat at the 
computer this headache
  bad husband
      a 
   terrible 
father
           or foot
     a 
       poem       
    hands
	this is 
not a 
       terrible father
regretful, full of 
      sex 
drive
        flattened, 
stripped 
out memory
chromosomes 
   
  hands
    	this 
        
         or foot
          
  hands
	this headache
bad 
sore     	sat 
at 
   the computer 
    flattened, 
        
  
         or foot
   a very bad husband
         a terrible father
       regretful, full of sex 
  
          throat 
throat 
   a terrible throat