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A borrowed poem, a borrowed image

for white/gold brilliance. You (you) know this light I am talking about, the glow. (She-bear Capi grumbles berrybellied and impatient for me, so today h e r e space goes to white/gold.) For peaceful fortitude and an intelligent heart, the … Continue reading

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The word is spatial.

Eureka. I have found the word I knew must be. Happy, a word, a day, how appropriate for thoughts of time and space. Place/space senses led me to it, working out the lexical lack with friends who care what kind … Continue reading

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There must be a word

as perfect and literary as sartorial, butĀ of or relating to home, space, living place, personal, not a magazine page, but an expression of attitude, emotion, desire, tension, history, a reflecting pool of the mind where it was and where it … Continue reading

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Truth is that bitch.

Regarding process: the following contains scenes of confusion, which I am letting loose here in order to clear some space for cohesive and rational thinking. I suppose I am not the only one who gets tangled up in mind sometimes, … Continue reading

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writing this paper and the killer/victim binary

Now I am at the point in the writing process where the deadline feels larger than me and I am counting the hours I have left to organise myself and my sources into some kind of sense. Any hope of … Continue reading

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Working in your sleep

This is something I learned to do during music school five hundred million years ago. It works really well for writing, too. I woke up with a clear plan for an introduction to this paper and it’s not stressing me … Continue reading

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Context, Bowering, Where I’m At, and Some Solicitation

I have been asked to give context to the last post, the found poem, which I find at least marginally hilarious and quite tender. To the ones who accuse me of opacity! I know how you feel. I’m reading Bowering’s … Continue reading

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