Monthly Archives: August 2008

STYLE AND THE DIGITAL SELF-PORTRAIT II

PROOF:CHECKING OUT ANALYSIS: A misdemeanour. The penalty. Leaving the living. You pay the fine in days handed over, or minutes chucked out. These are years, constant; what you cash in. Jackpot. Strike the match at the end of the record. … Continue reading

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STYLE AND THE DIGITAL SELF-PORTRAIT

Proof: Medusa at the Wheel Anaylsis The woman has packed her suitcase, shoved leather leggings, loose sweaters, a few pointed bras, and a handful of batteries in a managed mess. The lid zippered on another chapter. The book closing and … Continue reading

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AFTER THE LOVE HAS GONE

The men drag the shore for the bones of your body, coast guards watchful to what has already passed, your small boat lost, sailed in a sobering plan— Some say water is a waster of men, or that you were … Continue reading

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ON BEING MARRIED

Arthur, Fabian, father, brother, son of the sail that sets the boat travelling away from the beach, disappears from our wedding day in wood watered down with reachable vows, the nautical blue, the place we blended in union, our bodies … Continue reading

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TENDER POSTS (ON POSING FOR PICASSO)

Ninety times. What comes about, goes round. The machine. A blended churning. The tomato upside down. In the hand, tossed. Bleeding. The red burn of taking. Ninety times. Morning after the slip of limbs, a salad. Cat under the table. … Continue reading

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A REPOST

… I’d originally posted this in April on my main blog, but I think it deserves to be here, so I’m reposting it. A=N=N=A=L=S of Style 1. Gertrude Stein knew how to push all the right buttons. 2. Someone called … Continue reading

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WHAT IF

…Gertrude Stein had blogged? A Blog A well. An inked mountain. Inky swell. Hanging of the hat. Headspace; the rest coming. An opening. Daybreak sliced back in peelings. Sewing into what has been hidden. A needling in. The weeded container … Continue reading

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