i’m gonna attempt the splatter poems every day of june. i don’t care that i don’t have the time. the poems have been a bit rarer than usual, & this is a way to force them out. richard will do it too, & we will be very pleased with ourselves. by the way, i have [...]
Monthly Archive for May, 2008
a poem of mine has popped up in the latest overland (191). check it out. you don’t even have to be left-wing to read it. & i just had a thought: last year june was splatter month – thirty poems in thirty days. do i have it in me to do it again? i have [...]
trying to think less about poetry, less about emails, less about study & analytical argument, less about a program for the future. more about walking & breathing. more about sleeping soundly – not waking up certain there’s a room full of people &/or repetitive tasks. more about play, fruit, & vegetables. .
i check the stats on this blog every now & then. & it seems when i don’t post much, people simply stop visiting. you know the biggest day ever (while in this wordpress platform)? it was the day i updated my links, & listed the hundred or so blogs i like to read. this shows [...]
check out my snappy answers to stupid questions now up on cordite. i don’t know what it all means. &, check out this review at prick of the spindle. i trawled through a few reviews of [growling softly], and finally found a reviewer willing to mention my name. pay dirt. & i quote: “Others poems [...]
(for & after ange mlinko (but there’s reason to it)) a splosh of wills stirring the day into fractures, when you could be ‘tripping light’, um, the clouds are always while pedestrians hover brightly avuncular in intent like spider-moneys with no cutesy wiggles or adjuncts to the idea of investing in death. a plagiarised parting [...]
it’ll start happening again, you just have to take that first step. throw some words out there, some text, some structured thoughts. then momentum gathers; volition is established. you just don’t want to be one of those peoples talking about their bad blogging habits. worse still are those that mention how cliched it is to [...]