Monthly Archives: February 2011

That New Millennium Dime- Installment 19- Cairo

revolution/likes figs with thick sweet sauce/is a possibility/like omelets or chicken/there are choices/we choose and lie to ourselves/ we have short memories/i remember iran and the last shah/manijhe mohammedi did you ever go home/i remember revolutions/revolts/yolks thrown off/i remember/i got a long memory/son … Continue reading

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A Poem for This Day — (General Poetics 2011)

this day demanded a poem a free poem that dont cost nuthin and dont owe nobody a damn thing copy this left i give you the right this poem dont belong to a collection it belongs to itself and this … Continue reading

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Sans Ports– (General Poetics 2011)

learning to write after newports— one word at a time like the coffin I was building one smoke at a time u can’t have my rhymes quit to flow on learning after smoking is a long slow curve like the … Continue reading

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