Monthly Archives: September 2012

Equus Knox, redux

Knock, knock. Who’s there? Equus. Equus who? Equus Knox. Very funny. Well, I am a zebra. White with black stripes, or black with white stripes? You’ve seen Jack and Meg? You’re digressing. The sun is. It’s the earth really. Only … Continue reading

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simultaneity you and me

people ask “who was i in a past life?” they were all queens and warriors i was a beggar in the street no one you would think to meet endured such thunder snow and sleet encountered mercy at your feet … Continue reading

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venusian smile

this morning on your face you wore such a lovely smile an outline i could trace stare at you get lost a while dancing with the trees wiggly in the knees your smile effuses pleas a thousand rocket’s tease glad … Continue reading

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fifty mille bornes

how can you deem that you are done as though a ream of writing’s spun no carriage rode off toward the sun no daemons slain no battle won so clearly hardly halfway done ah but the journey has been fun … Continue reading

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