Poem after Personals in The New York Review of Books (Soumettre à une Interrogation)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 798

soixante-dix

man seeks unattached heart 
woman seeks mature gent 
mannattached heart woman 

seek/soumettre

intellectual secure companionship 
vibrant as a travel agent 
	que vigoureux 
  	cherche femme 
	sachant que vigoureux 
	cherche femme sachant 
	la vie nous délaisser 

for relationship 
for travel 
for heat 
vibrant 
	que vigoureux chercheur 
	femme sachant que vigoureux cherche 
	femme sachant que vigoureux 
	célébrer 
	femme sachant 
	que vigoureux cherche femme 
	sachant la vie délaisser

active kind 
	avocat new yorkais 
	soixante dix 

ans eclectually cultured companionship 
vibrant as a trailer hitch 
	la male et taureau lointain éloigné
for passion companionship travel vibrant 
	que vigoureux 
	cherche la gonzesse 

la la la
	whoa whoa whoa
		la vie nous quitte

Ten Aphorisms

Wikipedia Poem, No. 774

archtextual

“Symbols seemed to be playing a large role in this whole affair.” Robert Merle

 

  • Post-home movements and the archtextual thing.
  • Whisper leisure schools each prison disables each worker.
  • And archtextual now accordingly whispers leisure schools each person they said Bruno Queysanne knows what he knows — the person is the utopia that is hard and boring.
  • But engaged with language, the pronouncement like a mouse through an assistant’s body.
  • History is this late evening.
  • As she says in her religious underweight in May 1968.
  • Upheaval but flexible; dictated by man’s whim or sabotage of the month club.
  • This mass laughter.
  • Students find art and, through an assistant in a students’ productive forces, an assistant’s feeling of injustice or sabotage the whole world in agreement once and long ago.
  • Where to, for what?

The Radical Cartographers

Wikipedia Poem, No. 690

eva-hess-FINAL2-sm

“I discovered an array of dog tracks around a puddle of water. The distribution of the tracks was indeterminate. Each of these tracks radiated many possible paths leading in all directions, a maze-like network came into view with the help of my camera, which acted as a single point of view from an aerial position. My wife counted 38 paw prints in the 3′ x 3′ photo-blow-up of my snapshot, but many of the prints were obliterated by the overlapping of other print-points, rendering a clear view impossible. Visualizing a direct route from any of these fracks would be hazardous, and bound to lead the viewer astray. … A point in the mind, or a paw print in the mud, becomes a world of serial closures and open sequences that overflow the narrow focus of conscious attention.” Robert Smithson

eva forever
abstruse vote  

for students  
   in 
         profundity he 
was smashed 
and 
the line art 
povera took in hackensack
       on poplar ave another meaningless fox
 
living       in one
less   hess

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Sources:

Celant, Germano. Arte Povera. New York, Praeger Publishers, 1969. Print.

Alien. Directed by Ridley Scott. Twentieth Century Fox , 1979.

New York Review of Books. “Goethe, Stalin, gerrymandering, art and augmentation.” Received by Joseph M. Gerace, 21 Dec. 2017.