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Tuesday, March 20, 2007

even the comments on discharge are art

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Dr Anthony Donovan said...
trope of sealight
visioning oughter
audit scene
configure slaughter
attack iraq /express as coalition
ban iran /express as coalition
smear n korea /express as coalition
scam sudan /express as coalition
breaks baby bone
village shop
and mobile-phone
remote contrived
as expected
perp leaves

12:05 PM

Dr Anthony Donovan said...

12:05 PM

Dr Anthony Donovan said...
Arve Henriksen Quartet SOS

12:06 PM

Dr Anthony Donovan said...
Derek Bailey's right arm

12:06 PM

Cocaine Jesus said...
hannibal lecters half blood mud blood brood bruv.

12:06 PM

Cocaine Jesus said...

o vilcum bick

12:07 PM

Dr Anthony Donovan said...
!desc nick
i,m [sic]
of dedication

12:08 PM

Dr Anthony Donovan said...
o executioneers

sing horror to your soul

2 PARAphrase, bing bang bang


cartoon killing spreee o n o

12:10 PM

Cocaine Jesus said...
dead -
leads to villification.
lunacy by degree's
you have degree's?
A's O's and...
i digress
by degree's

12:12 PM

Dr Anthony Donovan said...
we're not singing till to stop


sing till you dropenshopenhaur

[when they spoke they spoke with knives] [holy six nations] [isle b chad] [isreal in africa] [loose cannnnnnnnonnnnnnnnnnnnnnnsssssss, losing] [not an animal]

12:13 PM

Dr Anthony Donovan said...
ARTAUD or death

12:13 PM

Dr Anthony Donovan said...
middleground. acid.

we will eat you up

12:14 PM

Dr Anthony Donovan said...

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Cocaine Jesus said...
Death in vegas
Darth vada
Dearth of ideas like autumn leaves
Flippin’ heck
(auto systematic bleeding)

12:16 PM

Dr Anthony Donovan said...
ERA 404. a Metheny excision, on queue-esque-basis, as deaf god-u-like. Ilk-u-r sounds like lynch the poet to us. Tighten. Tighten.

Site of Scaffold. An attenuated Quang Duc and a Meat is Murder badge on a leather coat.

Race her to your bed. She will be two nail despite. Behind her password, you will be flailing, penis-failing.





12:26 PM

Saturday, March 17, 2007


"...which reminded me of a girl with slightly lopsided eyes and hair that fuzzed and fizzed over her shoulders and her beautiful long arms. When they ate her, I cried all through the night and my eyes were still black the next Monday when, to my surprise, they decided not to cancel work after all..."

Tim Buckley - Monterey

A Yousendit Escalope d' Alsace

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Happy Tuesday!

love & kisses,


Thursday, March 08, 2007

Paradox Chimeras

...tangents of remission. Check your

ticket, the predilection of Xs and Os calling template
modesty away from paradox-->chimeras

ooze memory's intent

pursuit black wavelets holiday: salute dim clusters:
please affix each scrutiny to aeroplane lined foreheads

[protean fluid piles amongst pretense. civility acting as threads of separation amnesia. a noon strata neither motley nor the tropical valorized. just add hashish to the outskirts of asexual]

against this dream: wiser lip-synch fangs
grab every metaphor: fluid drones supine lungs:
decorated angles thirty-three arrests: drink
optical metrics: bent liturgy an ozone coldness:

---->lost looking half-spoken which exits

only to find what was never lost

Thursday, March 01, 2007

Sappho (by Castor)

SAPPHO, the one great woman poet of the world, who called herself Psappha in her own Aeolic dialect, is said to have been at the zenith of her fame about the year 610 B.C.

During her lifetime Jeremiah first began to prophesy (628 B.C.), Daniel was carried away to Babylon (606 B.C.), Nebuchadnezzar besieged and captured Jerusalem (587 B.C.), Solon was legislating at Athens, and Tarquinius Priscus, the fifth king, is said to have been reigning over Rome. She lived before the birth of Gautama, the (founder of Buddhism, the religion now professed by perhaps almost a third of the whole population of the globe.

That she was a native of Lesbos, an island in the Aegean sea, is universally admitted; and all but those writers who speak of a second Sappho say she lived at Mitylene, the chief city of the island. The existence of a Sappho who was a courtesan of Ersus, a smaller Lesbian city, besides the poetess of Mitylene, is the invention of comparatively late authors; and it is probably due to their desire to detach the calumnies, which the Comic poets so long made popular, from the personality of the poetess to whose good name her own contemporaries bore witness.


The stars about the lovely moon
Fade back and vanish very soon,
When, round and full, her silver face
Swims into sight, and lights all space.

(Translated by J. A. Symonds, 1883)