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  • Ski excursions with father

    had never said never never said never sometimes purple in good times and bad the silent ski excursions with his father almost forbidding that was then not beginning, not finishing the window facing the meadow 200,000 Krone where Walter Benjamin had left off fair-haired and fine-spun brushed hair every evening celebration no one wanted all(…)

  • Nylons rolled

    the usherette was yawning, dangling her off-torch slender and imperious her nylons rolled in a warm ball in her coat pocket forward and forward all day other people’s crumbs he takes it in both hands from between his hands she shaded her eyes shoo’d them out

  • Even with a rock

    something people cannot make every single day smooth, toothed limp, wrinkled, blushed even with a rock an extra pair of socks silent together it may be what they do best partaking of silence with 30,000 gallons of brine long silences were required you can hear it Carl Sandburg’s poems over and over

  • By a world forgotten

    from the other side of the footlights he’s very dull something amiss go lonely side-by-side but not together facts were nothing ‘courage failed’ account for this change of heart the facts are much duller gambling mildly woman can love all day long, man only at times his repartee: rude perhaps less than others no one(…)

  • Adam and Eve

    shivering pair with gold red fingers bare willow branches our merry boys and girls frozen rivulets Adam and Eve spoke Dutch

  • Who’s minding the store?

    After the German philosopher Eric Gutkind sent Albert Einstein a copy of his tome Choose Life: The Biblical Call to Revolt on salvation, Einstein offered some comments in German that he mailed off to the author. (The cost of mailing a letter was 3¢.) Both Einstein and Gutkind had German-Jewish origins, had the good fortune(…)

  • Runner beans rubbing shoulders

    is this garden deliberate? two streams running through runner beans rubbing shoulders    

Ski excursions with father

had never said never never said never sometimes purple in good times and bad the silent ski excursions with his father almost forbidding that was then not beginning, not finishing the window facing the meadow 200,000 Krone where Walter Benjamin had left off fair-haired and fine-spun brushed hair every evening celebration no one wanted all(…)

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Nylons rolled

the usherette was yawning, dangling her off-torch slender and imperious her nylons rolled in a warm ball in her coat pocket forward and forward all day other people’s crumbs he takes it in both hands from between his hands she shaded her eyes shoo’d them out

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Even with a rock

Even with a rock

something people cannot make every single day smooth, toothed limp, wrinkled, blushed even with a rock an extra pair of socks silent together it may be what they do best partaking of silence with 30,000 gallons of brine long silences were required you can hear it Carl Sandburg’s poems over and over

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By a world forgotten

from the other side of the footlights he’s very dull something amiss go lonely side-by-side but not together facts were nothing ‘courage failed’ account for this change of heart the facts are much duller gambling mildly woman can love all day long, man only at times his repartee: rude perhaps less than others no one(…)

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Falseness of a former life

all aglow kindliness and weariness he meditated on the use he should devote to that power of youth which is granted to man only once Cossack children spinning their tops wherever there is a smooth place climbing over fences to avoid going around the other side of the river was deserted as yet no mistakes(…)

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No one can remember

far from Golgotha you too, God, you are ill with me I’ve wept your tears not a policeman for nothing it might have been the same bottle of gin stained with gin the image of George VI dinner with the Commissioner a house in Kent when she’s gone I’ll be alone forever imploring fingers in(…)

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Too early

I’m ready, once again, too early music halls and theatre ‘Marie, there, just behind you.’ the Russian dancers trying to get warm 10:22: rifle shots, barking Finale of the dogs 10:47: Russian dancers 11:10: I !!! I !!! made up in red and mauve smoked to the bitter end this hideous December night Sunday again(…)

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