Monthly Archives: September 2008

NOTE TOWARDS A BOOK OF REPULSIVE WOMEN

CAN YOU LIVE WITH SURRENDER? In the morning you will cut your hair, stand naked at the bathroom sink twisting all those questions into sections, whirl the waterlogged mane into points; snip first at slick bangs, then the furled wisps … Continue reading

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ON POVERTY

Like some body left in an harbour, it is what bloodies our hands that we wake to the red reeling of time and bleakness behind what questions us each morning as we jog memories for the short end of the … Continue reading

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CANTOS OF HOE

Hoe is a hoe is a hoe is a hoe. >>>>>>>>>>>>> A hoe-tree may be poe-tree if the hoe-tree is watered.

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HOE

a drink down, mouth to mouth bare and we’re all thirsty, gathering at the sound of breath living in little houses, the sealed jar nest of necks, night’s bone- light breaking the bed in two bodies that rest on wine-coloured … Continue reading

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