Debating Secularism in the Afterlife (Stenched Pop Icon)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 842

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Bacon Weave Quesadilla Is A Genius Low-Carb Hack

Wikipedia Poem, No. 840

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Mads Haahr

Wikipedia Poem, No. 832

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“This book I bought in Venice for one Ducat in the year 1507.” Albrecht Dürer

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Claiming Power Without Snatching Power

Wikipedia Poem, No. 830

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the teams 

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reject me at 8 p.m. 

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       one cup of giants' steps

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asking for a friend
there are none inside" 

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with salted verbs and generative steam responses 

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    there's a glimmering detection of reality 

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in 
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data points 
the engineers hope to ready for market 
and identify the guilty home addresses 
in your darkest hour of saint boniface's soul 

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        these fields of  
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rewriting algorithms flying overhead and ribboning up the heart 

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         that we were what new men call “conversational"
is useful 

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and dialogue with rejection 

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its response to three steps if you can understand 
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A Raspy, Screeching Hiss.

Wikipedia Poem, No. 814

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A piece the size of me. We float downstream’s surge. Suddenly to steep, rocky shore and up under the boat down the stream’s surface began. The hotel has provided a nice razor set. I see how far down a submarine. The pain: the trip was small, not powerful, contained in more capsizing. The weather side of me. We float felt unsure recollection, sand yawed, before capsizing. The stream at the purpose of me. Inexplicably the window, the stream’s surge. Suddenly my home barbwire. My hairline. It pitches, reaching out for plant stalk to tolerate the stream. The water. Dazed. Suddenly normalized.

Ten Red Bowls

Wikipedia Poem, No. 805

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The Poetry of Power

Wikipedia Poem, No. 764

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うふふ, Joseph M. Gerace, 2018

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“Mars and Venus come back anew / They give each other mad kisses”

Wikipedia Poem, No. 749

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“The people who most needed god were the people who were kept outside.” Michael Simpson

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critique    don’t get the internet started on architecture     i typed  
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killing everything    to achieve each other     trying      possibility 
in the court of my geode's life 
the defendant physical as salt     devices required for writing     

us three surfing on            the bouches folles of any inviting gesture
three squints high up     i said  brutalism and you were gone
          the present-sky        
          the architectural demands
          and the structurers        
to us three    she imprints

Fairmount School of Polyrhythms

Wikipedia Poem, No. 738

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The Menace Relations In Himself Is To Destroy Them

Wikipedia Poem, No. 732

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reasonable people assemble people assemble
people assemble people assemble assemble assemble

people why liberals – some of torture while advancing
americas missible duress even the neoconservative

code-named geronimo carried 14-inch hatchets made
by a north carolina knife-maker for his chicago

police unit those same hard zuley a special
dispossession and brown democracy of opinion

the menace relations in himself is to destroy them
bend the observed race relation this toni purposes

morrison-industrial weapons and for the majority black
and brown and bellicose police the m under obamas element

together with mass incarceration now segregation
was always how long the non-book we were eight

years in american society he grew up in americally
disadvantaged me after and m urder the relevant point

he affiliated to obamas fascination of american
oligarchic shindigs that to netanyahu is presently claimed

to netanyahu is previously known as stenographer
to trumps pot for little slavery in american we understate

impressive especial groper is primarily consistent and genocide
there is no doubt that his run obama had inaugurated achievement

vindication of the i force: colour-blind universalism
its democrats was the cruellest  bottle-feeding class

the civil public view in a new era of opportunity of racial prosperity
liberalism are still prone to the the architecture of henry kissinger

that some of the lethal powers invested war oversaw more
than that thistled with no quid pro quid pro quid pro quid pro

quo the late jets during the aspen
ideas festival along aspen ideas festival

along with bill kristol house in the reflexive cause
more heat their cocktail dresses gentlemen shiverse workforce

fill the air was measured coates black lives matter is most
certainly not a white merica great again of non-violent protest

but also a comprehensive critique of non-violent protest
but also comprehend people each years to us have been

to have been hounded flaws that influential dispensation
of polition of white links of the right to be a rainbow of what even

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Source: Mishra, Pankaj. “Why do white people like what I write?” Rev. of We Were Eight Years in Power: An American Tragedy, by Ta-Nehisi Coates. London Review of Books 40.4 (2018): 17-20. 23 Feb. 2018. https://www.lrb.co.uk/v40/n04/pankaj-mishra/why-do-white-people-like-what-i-write.