5.05.2011

you read spoke~



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u seperate head of body wearing the war night .~





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the third mind ulysses arp on arp poems and essays poetics critical and literary terms dylan thomas mla hand for writers of research papers john donne war and peace theory and criticism difference and repetition kaddish selected poems antioedipus portrait oratoire de gilles deleuze aux yeux jaunes kissin' tellin postcard mail art multitudes


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everything is sacr'd we look after bless everything care for everything answerable fore every thing there is another philo sophia grain against tell 1938 after small pox brink of 37 hundred tribes blankets thankful guns on shore mighty white of national monument diseases aboriginal people irish disear disappearia bear path six hundred years old talking anylonger grizzly bear land land land locked looking at seen them veils in the shutter wind respect those grizzly moose human extinction blame the Indian this time ~ when where and why what white says is green brown piece diamond in the mud resent ment rights right you has rugged right~




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you read spoke~


Un Deuil





spoke I spoke of veils and poverty. Or modesty. What is a veil, but a verily which conceals ___. Sur le point des amants __ what was the word, my love, what was the word, which I sound but do not know. Is it that which keeps the hidden secret? Is there a scent here of secret, and lover's maid? A "jeu de mots" commes des amants sur St. Denis. Sur? Perhaps in St. Denis, that faubourg I __ No I never went. J'ai jamais allez. Walk the street of Paris,
like a nightmare seeking its lover.
Who's cooled the bridges of hate.
You never called. When you did,
the telephone broke.
Someone was broke.
Words from your language. Sound.
Sounded. In the Night.
Why make capitals, when allegories do.
as wine cut the lip of your speak.
Speaking to him. Parlez a lui.
Oh well, you know, tu sais,
the world, the world,
is a big city. Un[e] grand ville pour les ponts, et les villes.

As lovers, I send you this lip, a hand.
Over yours to mine in the elbow of your thought.
A grimace. Or a le
aping sheet.

No, something naked, then, my body
, yours, here, between these sheets,
electronic or cotton, soft as electricity
can only be.


Did I already say?




We are not interested in the Empire. the pool of Bethsheha will do for u s .








or say sent?

did you?



Not sure, is not I ~ .




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