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Monthly Archive for July, 2006

cannot think

Reading ‘ngarla songs’, amidst a lot of prose submissions. I love receiving books in the mail. Still waiting for ‘autobiography of red’ – I have been informed that everyone is impressed by this book, yeah really, everyone who reads it. we shall see.I’m enjoying surfing the poetries of other countries. I guess if we do [...]

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edit me baby

Interesting the things that come up when you select ppls work for publication. I probably don’t want to talk about lots of them, suffice to say there are lots of souls out there writing that could do with some pointed advice. Poetry is done though, with some quite good material. Ploughing through prose at the [...]

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quick visit

signed my name times new roman on your plaster cast a kittendrawn cute & japanese next to it a symbol that makes you giggle water dribbles 40 degrees lip-to-cheek. after inflating surgical gloveseach finger becomes a mock-torpedo breaching your personal spacea doctor says don’t take any wooden nickels surely chiming in her pockets (nurses uniforms [...]

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what more of a poem day monday

caught the dollar bus at the side of the road not a preregistered stop so i’m made of gravel & drizzle cast eyes & general disorder must seem a simple summation the same time i am reminded of a book i once knew almost a good friend she investigated language stalking experience & sure i [...]

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seeing sights

anydot ofcountry fed house offers car protection& retirementany went on a drive to albury the other day & saw nothing much at all, & i often expect to see something of interest, tomorrow i will probably stay around the house where much of interest is sure to present itself mark o’flynn launches grassdogs on thursday [...]

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poetry about qualification

a tentative thesis for something i’m writing (it is always helpful to be writing many things concurrently) goes like: pushing some sort of boundary is a good thing? someone out there (that i shall not name) has a phd qualification, got it by writing a big group of poems & this essay to go with [...]

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i was once an opportunity shop volunteer washing windows

up on a ladder above ppl who ironto keep occupied dust & residue ofa thousand items of clothing swirlstouching nasal passages with deaththis is all nice as pie if only pie wereprovided at morning tea & it stretchesinto 1/2 hours & hours the motivationhard to sustain getting off a chair likeclimbing everest family heirlooms alldotting [...]

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the meta of all things

why do you think one enters poetry into certain realms i have a feeling when i worked to write a long piece it was not worth such effort / & shame that i sent it to the Ulrick prize now, revisionist attitude – the poem seems less than good to me, even down to the [...]

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