Osaka Migraine

Stand Umineko in Amerikamura, Osaka, Japan

salarymen slide kotatsu
on the fourth floor
snoring wife swimming
dotonbori far off street
race shadow of rats

i listen, hearing
a much sought after freedom,
still long for last call

How To Grow Psilocybin Mushrooms

Wikipedia Poem, No. 688

htgpm

After James Schuyler

the daffodils that hammer
iron outside all day daff
odils that poem any
way they hammer iron what’s
that wolf say my governor
oh for someone like me i
speak to talk a small speck to
me i bark back at st francis
poem hammering iron
outside the window what’s this
that they iron outside in
the street i presume it is
the street and what of that fierce
hum that comes like a poem
through the unhealthy hatch the
ill hatch the daffodils cried

Wikipedia Poem, No. 332

wiki322-sm-edt

notes from the regurgitron

as nicely as an americandidate
con dios united
state con dios united

simon action twenty sixteen
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sparkles

and as diamonds as
nicely as nicely
and two

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accounts disgust
@space

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these are real people

they display predictable
behavior and yet we assume
the dog’s bite will never draw blood

Wikipedia Poem, No. 126

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“his experiences, his conquests and spiritual transformations, so long as they still remain ‘his,’ must be conquered and transformed again and again until everything ‘his’ is annihilated” Eugen Herrigel

Hundreds of us... I know... 
I know... I know. You're in 
memorandum

the likes of a sunset as end credits roll. --
*Sighs* Excuse me I'm company 
now... a mansion and Moe looks over 

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You're interrupted 
by the likes of bikes alone interrupted 
by his bike alone calls.  Hello?  What?! 
 
      No, no, no, no, 
no, 
no ...

Sources: 
Full Throttle. Dir. Tim Schafer. 30 Apr. 1995. Video Game. 21 Jan. 2016.
Herrigel, Eugen. Zen in the Art of Archery. New York: Vintage Books, 1953. Print.