Category Archives: Gertrude Stein

IS IT SHARP ENOUGH?

To roll with the latest mouth. Open wide. A lingering of dust. The thick of the closet. Layers. What gets rubbed in, then out. Pushed to the back. A carving glare, misplaced. First day nursing last night. A sleeve lost … 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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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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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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POSE #67

Sitting in days. A divan. Broken brown recreated. A scene. Velvet, the overcoat of the drawing. A photo. Monochrome. Muse mumbling. In. Out. Breathe paint. Tumbling over an arm. The chest choking cinnamon light. Skirt, a cooking. In. Out. The … Continue reading

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