Splash (Jamal Khashoggi)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 861

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a years and one in mr khashoggi’s death

and yet it american supporters in mr khashoggi’s death

and yet
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american support middle
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countried to seem obvious choicers in which the breakdown centers n

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in years and
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in yemen had tried to seem obvious in which
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not be
the breakdown centers
of the obvious in mr khashoggi’s death

— it may come to seem obvious in mr khashoggi’s death

Cleopatra Testing Poisons on those Condemned to Death

Wikipedia Poem, No. 852

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it is 1887 at a banquet observe the french
artist effects of fine arts think of antwerp now

court ensure committee assault.exe
swing with woman accusing then twenty-four hours
after remarkable public hearing
woman accuses committee kavanaugh
says friday morning he would vote on the supreme court
ensure with woman accuses republic hearing
committee passage bring committee say friday morning
he would vote on the supreme court
ensure president’s nominee to judiciary committee
passage and brink of sexual assault
he would vote to confirm judiciary committee
say friday morning with a woman
accuse committee say friday morning
woman accuses

orientalist painting on condemned programs 
clavicles painted by the parisian public

virile collectors attempt themes
paint poisons on prisoners’ swamp

judiciary committee gather republicans
line up in support of judge kavanaugh
compel tearful and compel tearful and compel tearful
accusation as republicans line up support arizona
announce his decision just moments from judiciary committee
gather accusation other to hold the first
arizona friday announces his decision
just moments from judge kavanaugh
he denies twenty-four senators

condamnés à mort
royal gallery of critics and fathers

Admiral John Pesticide Speaks

Wikipedia Poem, No. 836

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Peace takes its name from a painter whose personal piece ponders only possible depths: Admiral John Pesticide. His earliest followers signed a lease to expression, now each piece takes its true depths. Admiral John Pesticide’s installation of a triangular red pit, which was manned twenty-four-seven fell into Admiral John Pesticide’s possession along with several dizzying emails.

“Now this sculpture is only eight meteoric peaks of impossible creations,” Admiral John Pesticide said in an interview next week.

Some of Admiral John Pesticide’s sculptures are installed on their sides and metaphoric followers fear they plan to reopen the concrete gallery floor and create major incidents, which did take place August 13 of next year, signatures from an endless officer told the Italian renaissance.

Painting sniffs the experience officer, says it appears solid, hides well, per Público, a popular Madrid-based daily newspaper. The museum recently told the room approximately 20 feet square.

In that inaugural incident, followers log on to the artist’s website, which took plans to fall text into a hole, the pit was later promised. Admiral John Pesticide wouldn’t handle the work for fear of mosquito bites, which underpin his sculpture the triangular red pit, the concrete and metaphoric neon swallow plans a hole, was a new museum to a few days in late June.

“It worked. Then, was temporarily wrecked,” said Admiral John Pesticide regarding the piece’s true depths. The museum told the museum to an endless gathering of hands spit the hole it happened. Franklin Sirmans was furious, then impressed, then in space looking thin and infinite, which took some planning. And was pleased. And was pleased.

Embouchure for James Comey

Wikipedia Poem, No. 829

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They murder
	to Explain
		Themselves!
— Amiri Baraka
our  good sense to  have the  leadership class 
in  profoundly uncomfortable  ways the fbi  
despite being   the same embarrassions 

the fbi despite   being profoundly uncomfortable   ways 
the  fbi despite being the same embarrassing profoundly uncomfortable way 
the fbi   despite being problems of your   revenges  

our good sense to have the leadership class 
and   rely on that leadership class 
in problems of your good sense to   enact  our revolution 

your enemy  of meaning profoundly uncomfortable 
in ways the fbi despite  being  so  long 
as we   outsource  outsource outsource   

our revolution   you want revenges our revolution 
you  want a revenge our victories   our revenges our   good sense 
to   have   the same embarrassing thot leadership   class 
        in problems of   meaning 

the   leadership class  in profoundly uncomfortable ways 
the   fbi  despite being so long 
as  we outsource outsource outsource our enemy of meaning 
        profoundly uncomfortable ways 

the   fbi despite being  profoundly uncomfortable 
weighs the fbi despite being profoundly   uncomfortable   
ways the   fbi despite being profoundly uncomfortable 
        the dealership class   
        in profoundly uncomfortable  ways is the fbi  

despite being   problems of meaning 
problems of meaning profoundly uncomfortable  ways 
the   fbi despite   being  the leadership class 

to have the   same embarrassing profoundly uncomfortable ways 
the fbi despite   being profoundly uncomfortable  weighs the fbi   
despite being the same   embarrassing problems of meaning   

the same embarrassing    fbi despite   being the leadership   class 
in profoundly  uncomfortable  ways the fbi despite  
profound problems of  meaning  

the same embarrassing profoundly  uncomfortable fbi   
despite being  problems of   your victories 
our good sense to  have the same embarrassing  fbi  

despite being the same embarrassing 
so   long as we outsource outsource   outsource 
outsource   outsource outsource   
        outsource   outsource outsource 
        boom bip we gone

Trump Quote

Wikipedia Poem, No. 807

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industries are subsidizing industries are subsidy-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you go barrier-free you want no barrier-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you want no barriers and you go tariff-free that’s not fair so you want no barriers and that would be the way you go tariff-free you learned at the way you have some cases where countries are subsidies because you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you go subsidy-free that’s not fair so you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you go tariff-free that’s not fair so you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you want a tariff-free you want a tariff-free you want a tariff-free you learned at the way you want a tariff-free you want a tariff-free you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you learned at the way you want a tariff-free you want a tariff-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you want a tariff-free you learned at the way you want a tariff-free you learned at the way you have some cases where countries are subsidies and you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you go subsidies because you go barrier-free that’s the way you have some cases where countries are subsidies because you want a tariff-free you learned at the wharton school of finance i mean that’s the way you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you learned at the way you go tariff-free you go subsidizing industries are subsidy-free you have some cases where countries are subsidies because you learned at the way you go tariff-free you want no barrier-free you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you want a tariff-free you go tariff-free you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you want a tariff-free you go tariff-free you want a tariff-free you want a tariff-free that’s the ultimate the ultimate the way you go tariff-free you have some cases where countries are subsidy-free that’s the ultimate the wharton school of finance i mean that’s not fair so you want a tariff-free you want a tariff-free you have some cases where countries are subsidies

‘products of wealth and privilege … from different planets’

Wikipedia Poem, No. 800

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taunted 
    reclusive one

     brash improbable courtship
red-carpeted enmity 

      step in a gamble 
       of counterstruck 

each other a momentous step 
      personal diplomacy can shoulder
the world’s largest nuclear program

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Source: Landler, Mark. “Trump and Kim Shake Hands in First Face-to-Face Meeting.” The New York Times. 12 June 2018, 11:30 p.m. Web.

Michel Houellebecq Eating Dog Food (I Think You Misunderstand)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 790

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        a 
confronted will 
requires work you don't
bloody countravene ramadan 
also imagine an end

        a 
sand eel rather 
a mayor the same symbol 
lançon and his colleagues 
refer to bloody counterarguments

        a 
satirical shield 
like the hand 
of a childish painter

        a 
well dressed pedestrian boulevard 
endless positions drunk in a conflict 
we don't notice the tenderness of infinite 
complexity only memoir public life anger 

        coincidence
struggle remain loyal to my own teeth people 
too easily magazining their maps put this 
in verse or obits our greatest provocateur 
the murders and the murderers sculpted in 
slow orbits of fatty pork you ask for endless 
everything and walk into the ocean

Breakfast in Bed (Overnight Iranian Forces Fire)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 778

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overnight iranian forces fire
d around 20 rockets into the
israeli-controlled golan heights target
ing forward positions of the israel
i military according to an
israeli military spokesman the
rockets were all either intercepted
or fell short of their mark the spokesman said
but were nevertheless a signifi
cant escalation in iran’s maneuv
ers in the middle east though israel
has hit iranian forces in syr
ia with a number of deadly air
strikes tehran has been restrained in hitting
back until now until now until now
by thursday morning the country’s air force