Please, Don’t Leave, I’ve Got So Much to Reveal (Cryptocrystalline)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 515

chalcedony-smg2

by election   amphor ice   multiplicity
polaris   jail amphora   whit north star
scorcher bailiff   nibble horse   race willemite slab
sonneteer   imbroglio   house
coal black truss   nymph   triviality
seed pearl   suspicion   youthful lot
alabar alabar   nibble   horror scale 
sizzle   amendment   charlatan chord cost
d scruple nuisance   c minor coğazköy   council of chalcedon
skyscraper   felony    grumbleful megalopolis
scorcher   sword   extremote in a snit

Rupture, Trauma (pol-yde-cte-spe-rse-usm-edu-sax)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 488

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“To be with you in that region / Of speed and altitude where our bodies / Sail off to be kissed and changed / By light that behaves like a hand / Picking us up in one state and putting / Us down in a different one every time” Tom Clark

          time 
children    chubby forearms 
furniture nips at salvation
     to victims respectful to victims respected
 
          performance work masters last intimate it   
must record       tell must recruit       
acts of paradise       given     magnum distlllation     
 
chosen          the record tell must record tell must record tell 
must record tell  now   nips at salvations of paradise given           
magnum distlllation to victims          respectful to the                furniture 
nips at salvation      himself in terror upon fingers             
 
magnum      distlllation              
himself information of a central mind                
himself information to street consent   
 
with how the poetic nor poetic nor poem    
magnum disposition analyze performation to victims 
respectful to victims respectful to     victims respectful to victims      
respectful to victims   with      expected performance         to cover     
 
we do it all as a beast now          
information works the masters                    
magnum disposition performance work 
 
master's            magnum           distlllation to victims    respectful        
the street      consitent with expected performance work
masters last     intimate it   
musted performance          work           masters              failed low — 
 
meditation to the record tell       
now   it is ever being arrived 
process     time               tune the children for news now   
 
furniture nips at salvation to victims 
respected       with       how the     reader       
we do it because
because because because       because               
    because because because        because
    because because               because we do it because      because because because
    because because because       because because we do it    
 
because     magnum distlllation           to victims           
respected performances     to the victims   
respected       with how the            magnum victims    
 
respectful to victims to street to record 
tell must record      tell        must       record recruit       
acts       of paradise given      magnum positivity 
performance inference works the masters' last intimate musted with 
 
how the    magnum          dispositive performation      
with disposition  children chubby news now        n myths 
then     what           it is possible you
 
personal risk to victims respectful       to       victims          
respected    with       respect to victims respected how the warming
poems     what      performance work 
masters now           it is   a beast      in the rushes
 
for           the              magnum distlllation          
now            it is ever-possibly     performation       to victims      
respected with distillation arriving 
 
weapons on weapons            
nor poetic nor       poem           
polemic children's news    
the chosen news now    rushes forward

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http://www.wqxr.org/story/new-music-fight-club/

 

Stock Art Beef Broth Bass Player

Wikipedia Poem, No. 478

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“to show a woman the depth and purity of your love what you have to do is something drastic and stupid … i was a young writer once and here is a song about a guy who travels someplace with a gun.” John Darnielle

what you think!
         cohesive essay 
       what obscure track 
tricks from a guitar darnielle's for going on 
fifteen years now 
        maybe a bit of sweet fruit 
more than i imagined 
         to do with a pencil and early in contrast time 
i 
heard once that the importance of 
what happened is realizing that a 
    half-measure is but one of autotune 
a much derided to 
entrust his songs 
  i remember fondly the twelve bar 
back of a guy 
        in late-night 
         post-production voices led to sour platforms should 
come bar blues from 
         an acolyte of an 
acolyte of rap i imagined  
saying that obscure travers 
that asymmetrical little bead 
that twelve back 
from a guy on the internet 
         blogs led 
     by craven narcoleptics

Two a Rhythm of the Mind

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“6. Greek mathematicians did not think one was a number because the concept one did not involve number. To them, two was the first number. And the hybrid marriage of one, which was not a number, and two, which was, begot three, the second number. And from one, two, and three, all other numbers proceeded, so that all odd numbers had in them an element that was not number. This is why Plato said that the leap from one to two was the leap to rationality.

Leonard Bernstein, speaking of music, said that two was a rhythm of the body and three was a rhythm of the mind. This has been contested by people who say that three is a rhythm of the body and two a rhythm of the mind. Not everyone has weighed in on this subject. But it seems intuitively right, doesn’t it? To say that there is a groundedness in the symmetry of twos, off which threes seem to play, seem airier.”

Robert Hass, from “A Little Book on Form”

People Are Forming Various Sentences with Their Bodies

Wikipedia Poem, No. 455

yakyak-sm

After Ron Padgett

there is no rush dear
cognitively 
certain your lover enough 
         water tells me 
you were 
      born last month

        we've eaten too much sugar
and 
our birthday was two days enough time 
to drink
          we've eaten too much 
sugar
and our birthday was 
two days enough time 
to indict 
      oneself
         always enough time 
to 
drink smart 
      complete
dancing particles 
of 
          night
below the poetry oneself
always 
past
i'm cognitively 
certain your shoes
         but we must have
dragged 
          shit in on our 
      birthday two days 
enough 
time to 
         indict 
one's wants 
to 
     write
the poetry 
   one wants to 
         drink
      we've 
eaten too 
       much 
    sugar
and 
          our birthday was two days 
       enough

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

Overwatch Widow-Enabled Ableton Overton Windowlicker

Wikipedia Poem, No. 421

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“of the demon: ¡demonio! Sumother-tongued / lengua::lingua palaver::palabra muele::muela-like / a sharpened tooth grinds as grounded / so they who can can saw::see::saw past-to-present / perfect // tense” elena minor

slow nintendo eyes hallucinate on the tree tops 
    of war & other manly fears 

fighting basslines back from the castle bulwark 
    the soldier barks playing his 

muse like a hard bleak nest expelling  
    supernatural darkness 

ruins spring up in the suicide forest 
    nestle his falsetto starving 

else blue eyed moneymonkey plays pieces of influence—the man 

that sings off what-will-people-think or 	
    in the pleading

burn hysterical naked singtrade 
    like unwanted pregnancies for strips 

darker thin apocalypse plays the big streams of plastic 
    keep-your-shame 

outside super nintendo 
plays on a drunk’s tokyo 
falsetto harmonydreams 
with much darker musings playfully 
playful play y chill futuristic and tracked 
into oblivion people golden salted with time

God Cannot Be Fingered

Wikipedia Poem, No. 410

art

“I have only two charms in my pocket” Frank O’Hara

 

not every sentence
needs a verb
this one
for instance does
not demand it

now this small pocket of music
set down by leroi jones in my genes
must be crawling through the world’s
fetid cast it’s not that he’s dead he’s
just one man anyway the poet as strap
material not dead as in buried but
we’re some kind of threadbare king
barren times they are a-changin’
one’s critical diaper so goods perhaps
this terrible diction and so much
psycho-holy meaning depends upon
yourself of ideas retention into the soul
perhaps ripples through leroi
into the irony into delicious diction
of all talk about a few pleasing lines
about the anonymous backwards
kind of blue about o’hara’s poem
consciously poetical as though one were
writing about art food or never will be
just a finger on a hand fingering about
oneself for the god of godless faith

Wikipedia Poem, No. 398

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      track the other 
take muddy tracks 
    incredible stories and tracks 
deformed from anywhere
you often need misery for survival 

still you're waiting on these images 
born on a little rowboat
this is the land 

known for rhythms 
left out in the liberal 
      opposition

a consumer society 
tracks their packages 
and     fights 
nothing

Wikipedia Poem, No. 345

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the scholar
upon 
         cataloging organized democracies 
    vehelemental rule of the starvationalist 
          moved in 
   burgos they were morals manuel azaña 
and anticlericians received 
in studio estimates of 
the enternationalists 
    carried from morocco to the nationalist base 
     carried from malnutritionalists a 
catholithic war of repression soldiers bought
     february nineteen thirty nine 
shirtsleeves laced with silken 
roses collapsed to the spanish 
republic singing chrome supports many
civil wars late 
         and the political opposition in 
      burgos the nationalazaña 
supports the soviet union and civil war two 
       the 
          inert generalissimo carved conflict 
      from asturias