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Fool’s Theorem

  I have a neighbor who says, “The tree in my yard bears fruit therefore there is no pestilence or pollution out there causing yours not to grow.” I’ve heard the word on the farm I’ve read in books in … Continue reading

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Bon Chance

Where is the next New Orleans after the Crescent City says, ‘Hasta la vista, baby’? One two three uh here we go gone trippingly spent still morning. Indebted to a beat glass in hand baptized in sweat ending up no … Continue reading

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New Order of Being

  In the old days we pretended less ‘we’ meaning us as a general class much less anonymous not as individual. In those old days people knew more about each other we knew the score and did not suffer so … Continue reading

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Americans Drowning

  We are Americans. We are drowning in thick and formulaic mystery-novel jargon. In this country, in this part of the country, it’s a night dark as night. It’s neither upward spring nor downward fall our shoulders are strong from … Continue reading

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(America’s) Rash of Genius

[A] America with a rash of genius, high on pills running through the hills gives names to all of the stars then tries to shoot them down [B] A land where all the right words make noise, make noise hand … Continue reading

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Tradition Turned Green

  Turns of screw learning humility building a tower talking with our own children charging lion shot age alters blood guardrail struck. Listen young one directionally exhausted bucketed water robs willing well drink til full run again aware flow maintained. … Continue reading

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Arabs

  Slow day in a fast world mismatch of periods scratching our heads up to the eyeballs in outdatedness. Shopkeepers in dirhams leaders in greek religion in a dialect higher than legalese bow down to necessity. How to be free … Continue reading

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