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Mar

20

That Well Fed Order

That Well Fed Order like that well fed order infamously, the one known for insinuating gluttony as next to Godliness, not in so many words mind you but in the girth of their habits, their bread too rich to resist their own brew too full, too potent demand so far exceeds supply, fat convivial brothers’ […]

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Mar

15

Eternal Present

Eternal Present science doesn’t live, it exists as you breathe in an eternal present, digests its temporary past like French fries with garlic and vinegar… as easily… as throwing dice against a wall as if it were a back alley game of craps waiting for the point to come up right, it thinks inside probability, […]

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Mar

13

Lines Last

Lines Last A poem, set piece by voluble piece, is a game of chess with its reader, employs strategies, bon mots, whatever its denouement, a checkmate when it draws up words with such dramatic whip they are the only ones that fit, and still surprise a person’s life, a poem lived or many poems, flickering […]

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