(after the painting by Kazimir Malevich) in the second then third nothing of a star //nobody// //no one// keeping goal for a minor team in a minor constellation deep black holes swallow themselves becoming squares rectangles angular flight intent on its own simplicity in the fourth then fifth sixth seventh chaos redeems itself shapes flatten… Continue reading Neil Ellman: “Suprematism. Soccer Player in the Fourth Dimension”
after Edgar Allan Poe’s quote, “There is an eloquence in true enthusiasm.” Apparent language disguises corporeal functionality. Tongue gauges voluminous indentations, spatial excitement of flame and undisturbed frequency of elongated wishings.
the man in feathers shuts his eyes squats amongst jacaranda fallout drinks cold tea / forgets to speak up / as if his beginning had its faults in a syllabic nod in the screwed-up mechanism of a missing tomorrow # he spills daylight steps on… Continue reading Iain Britton: “pidgin peace meal”
University of Michigan Museum Rocks rounded, lozenge- contoured, coiled as if roped, dropped out of paradise’s asshole, huddling, caterpillar-lank loops, plop of a rock, thrasher-alive, fist-sure, as if shit could swell with pride * Is that spirit, or inscape’s abscess? Traces of the god whose eyes are testicles in the coiling whips of rivers?… Continue reading Clayton Eshleman: “A Yuan Master”
Verified Renditions 6 Occultation resistant window open -mouthed verbs connotation motive toward explanatory anger, —aged fulcrum against morbid gravity’s aggregated light phrased as feathered interpretations gamut held riches realizing poverty of tongue dictates passive assembly of covering death of day’s organic species’ analytical anxiety. Verified Renditions 7 Cloaked by degradation by demise of hope on… Continue reading Felino Soriano: Verified Renditions
Lunfardo is an Argentinian slang that was born in the Buenos Aires ghettos in the late 19th century, but soon spread across the entire Rio de la Plata region. The product of Argentina's highly stratified society, Lunfardo was an expressive vehicle for the lower classes that served a variety of purposes: 1.) Some speakers used it as a cryptolect to obscure meanings from… Continue reading The Bug: Far Out Lunfardo Terms
ideal as the men of the backward Aegean cusp, or base of the Mediterranean bowl, as Hannibal, as Antony, as founding Alexander breathe out of statuary, out of hieroglyphic space (kestrals, Horus, dive out of sycamores --as David Bowie’s Johnny, they see right through-- as once ice melt & caving earth Palau left salt water… Continue reading Bill Piper: “SongLine 62: Jellyfish Cavafy”