Monthly Archives: March 2019

Baudelaire the Symbolist

Charlie, you grim fuck, you pissed on flowers to kiss Beauty’s soiled perfume.

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Lunacy

i found god buddha einstein mother mary and winnie the pooh in the very air that asks balloons to hold their breath as a testimony to the lore of attraction and cherish.

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(Sub)Missive

The lore of missive keeps writers minds on their hearts as they freehand scratches into the purling skin of history’s feted edges.

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Mission Impossible

Existential lessons from a girl named Alice– The secret door that is concealed behind a curtain and is smaller than you are is usually the best possible option when walking dream-first into the allegedly impossible.

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At Sliver’s End

To walk upon this earth is to know an umbrella as the tenderly held religion of farewells, to slow-dream the mystery of purple as a moistened letting of time sliver by pooling sliver.

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Mercy Mercy Me

Some time-tested facts: 1. Every shadow courts its own double, its own set of fractures.   2. Make-up, and its composite symmetry of masks turn, at day’s end, to sidereal flakes of ash.   3. Your true face was printed … Continue reading

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This is Only a Jest

Beatitude, resigned to solemn inbreeding, refers to the plastic gospel of the fool at play, its solitude parallel to fresh grafitti tagged on white walls for an audience cataleptically torn between vagrancy and faith.

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Cadenza

Some death is musical, a candied apparition scalding the bones of Venus in soft chambers of silk and notes of smoldering silence.

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Review of Arclight, John Biscello

Originally posted on My Screaming Twenties:
There is poetry at the heart of everything Biscello writes. I read his novel Nocturne Variations earlier this year and became enamoured with his poetic style. Therefore, Arclight was nothing less than a joy…

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Funky Monk Live

Video clips from the Arclight book launch at Studio 107-B in Taos, NM (3/12/19). Performing “Funky Monk” w/ Ben Wright on the bass.

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