Friday, October 25, 2013

Becky Grace from "Beams"

It’s woven into her, that polo
shirt. She might even fuck w/ it.
Not “we”, post-we or sub-we, but
just “pseudo”, “quasi”, “ersatz”.
Nothing w/ “self” in it; nothing
implying discrete boundaries.
Becky isn’t bounded, or has
boundlessness woven into her…

Polo shirts are what they are,
remain so. If I say “objective
correlative”, I bring string into it,
so that Becky might be
strung up. I don’t deny a “literal”
element, or that Becky might stay in.
All I mean is, between “us”, there’s
“more-than-us”. That’s what I’m
“getting at”; it’s woven into me

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Otoliths 30 goes live!

Otoliths 30, featuring work from myself, John Tranter, Ray Farr, and many others is live now!

You can purchase Otoliths 30 here

Monday, July 22, 2013

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

For Dawn

As she held scissors, stabbed my chairs,
Left a hole for no good reason cause I
Couldn’t say no, that she is so darling, this
She knows as I blow smoke, and her face was,
And is, unreachable, a kind of moon, a fright,
A graveyard orphan’s tired lament for a kind
Of nakedness she won’t allow, not to me,
Though we tried, my hands on her stomach,
Teeth bared, it was that kind of holocaust,
Afternoon sunlight slanting onto the porch, her
Mug some semblance of calm, I jumped a yard,
Thinking I’d won her at last

And so the table unfolds before us
Ashtray eye-beams and saucer-eyed sentences,
Coats put on for the chill November wind
That reaches around, a kind of strong-armed
Curse, an anti-benediction, as if some ruddy
Pope put a backwards rhyme on our spoons so
That nothing could ever be born from this tryst,
But a moon-child cast up into the stratosphere,
Without reason for leaving the ground