passed a fine afternoon jogging for the
first time in a long long long tiime... down the bike path since
our track's out of commission for renovations... jogged and bounced
my way out into the sun... came home refreshed and...
settled in to read chris
recently arrived chapbook... "Meme Me Up, Scotty!"...
and liked it a lot... look at the way "River Six" begins:Now shorter days & cottonwood
grocery sack tangle blown-around, landing
to be plastic noise:
river banks waiting
to be full of Walmart Car Dealership Barnes & Noble
Chicken Little Sky Fry
new concrete overpass.
we might chapter
if the river
the way I.
this'll keep ya on yr readerly toes...
thanks very much, chris.
see what she's up to lately at tex
o... go read...suzannagig
... who lets the solstice have its way with her... and
coupled with a recent big bloomsday makes everything wonderful...
go read now (unless you are herself... in which case... just keep
so disheartening to find certain heretofore
pristine email addresses now being infiltrated by spam... don't
know how well this works but... Fight
Spam! Click Here!
... anything... to make their life more
History of the Pineapple
... he could be a little less gregarious
to mangle a thought from st. therese...
the little flower...
is like god... better to speak to it than about it...
today is also... JUNETEENTH
"the oldest known celebration of the ending of slavery"
John Gardner from "An Invective
against Mere Fiction":"however
useful relativism may be as a way of running daily life--keeping
fascists out of power, keeping tea parties civilized--it has nothing
to do with art. Relativism denies those finalities toward which
man's spirit has always groped. To admit that there are no finalities
is to put the spirit out of business; to say that finalities are
a matter of personal assertion is to make the spirit's business
the john gardner
note to self: think
o... hey... just back from a few unbloggerd
days at mom's...
... any guesses where i end up on this?