Superimpose

A new poem, written since moving back to England. My themes are altered & I am now beginning to find my stride with them, especially owing to my access to books being greatly improved; having a marked effect on my perceptions. I apologize for my tardiness, I read with gusto, insatiably; finding little time for…

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Weather of bulls

One from the Wallace Variations which can be found numerously in this category. Weather of bulls The sun recovers everything again, just like you always say the sun is doing. It is as if there never was a storm last night thumping its fist of rain against the cinema; that swept yesterday’s news into the…

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The Common Man…

The original Betty Crocker cake mix required no ingredients but water & the cake mix wouldn’t sell. So they did some market research & discovered that women felt like they were cheating at being a house wife. So the company included in the directions to also add an egg, something feminine, to make women feel…

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Plagued by the fact & the facts of life

Near the end of Camus’ The Plague, Dr. Bernard Rieux says “But, you know, I feel more fellowship with the defeated than with saints. Heroism and sanctity don’t really appeal to me, I imagine. What interests me is being a man.” After reading this, my skin & bones, the rhythms of my organs, the coursing…

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Sun Ra and Myth Science…

Originally posted on Daniel Schnee:
Sun Ra: Angels and Demons At Play/The Nubians of Plutonia サン・ラー: ザー・ニュービーアンズ・オブ・プリュートニア 1969 Saturn Research LP 406 Plutonian Nights (4:22) The Lady with the Golden Stockings (7:41) Star Time (4:18) Nubia (8:14) Africa (5:06) Watusa (2:36) Aethiopia (7:12) サン・ラー: エーンジェルズ・アンド・ディーモンズ・アット・プレー 1965: Saturn LP 9956-2-0 Tiny Pyramids (3:28) Between Two Worlds…

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