Tag Archives: Edie Sedgwick

Footfalls

Not a simple feat, to follow one’s own footsteps– I, me, her, repeat.        

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Superstar

Baby, forget the petals, we’ll feed you thorns, you’ll be like Jesus Christ in black tights, a superstar in dark eye shadow, Joan of Arc with your own pop-branded stigmata, the world will adore you– What do you say? Will … Continue reading

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Empire State

Empirical scope, is all that we ask of fame– Steady now, steady.   (Photo of Andy Warhol and Edie Sedgwick)

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Haunt

Make me an offer, they shoot pretty girls, don’t they? Leave haunting to me.

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Edie

Too many small hours pimped out to wraiths on parade– Heart, in real time, breaks.

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Stripped

Splitting images, resurrection on a loop– Stripping for heaven.

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Totems

In the shadow of worn celestial totems– mortal weight to bear.

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Edie

Factory recall, Warhol’s “It-Girl” gone unclaimed– Fame’s cursory tag.

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It-Girl

Her shadow projected at higher volume then the radiance which enclosed her in a cast fit to bind.

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Spool

Quartered and dissected in a recursive plunge, she, the candy striped It girl, fell from overexposed grace into a fractious spool of lost prints unclaimed.

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