brick piles stacked "eventually complete broken" one handed time at 3pm (properly timed) tapes taken down folding plastic closures gone (leave) open'd eventually "from a vibration, just" guard'd inside way door (way) "thud thud thud thud" facing 'sonance reaching up extending arm shelf soup can "waking dreaming, boxed cubes, rubbery" measure taping (digi lighter) combinations "twanging along" (of freedom(s)) some thing facing street wheel (measure) rolling (thud) "place it here" viewed (off) "or there, wait, a few minutes" fate'd background wall (thudding) "measures will" course (cut) through gravity (fleeing) "that boundary, non extent" yellow tape strung (closed) concrete here/there over (thud thud thud thud) backing + 'solete "obvious, state bottom’s" window radio 1270 (analyze) "theater, should I remember, it?" else
galactose yellow tease of journallangue gang gang ganja renal penal venal ornal pommel pise a two-handed engine is old folks in the movie home
skipping is easy (lodge system libation)
pond is wet (starflesh launch mechanism_..
cardia mead media oaken doodads flounder gadget swale
Hue is orange chain slip and snail threble teuthis stony stares belie a circus of curious skin cork what is is shape the heart material ghosts run vine whiney wine dining time thine bark wastrel longing dusk supplied
a weird libation of catastrophic toy worlds
if read supplied
somehow its hands are circulating sooner
[smell of bums and public piss] [feet washed ascending bronze fountain leaf stairs]
schooner ropes bled[ the canals are hard winter backs
the kicking [and screaming place a bee's tail in a goblet
let us move in synchronous] patterns tracing the odd unknown shapes of actual spiralterity
scabs of white shadows your words will never make do
Big Bird at Eleusis [w/ brazilian avocado shake]
"Amedeo Avogadro was not a bedbug." is fanning Apulu with hush nipple hat marsupials..
http://www.lulu.com/content/840898 The Case of the Lost Objective (Case) by Sheila E. Murphy Description:
This vibrant collection of new work by Sheila E. Murphy encompasses both lineated and prose poems. In addition, for the first time, selected prints of Murphy’s visual poetry, some included in private collections and in gallery exhibitions, are presented in book format. The range of work within these pages attests to the versatility and depth of this poet, and invites being read aloud to reveal the full range of perception and innovative use of language.
every wall away from door way (s) inches thumb rubbing concrete wood "'member" reaching wiping hand (wipe) away "stop!" wiped non critical sign 'xact paper'd over container denied "standing for" where pipes walled into "just the one's, victims" intently drop "sequence'd to sequence (s)" developed (ing) accumulated lines pipes arranging 'ranging line (ing) sidewalk (walks) definite broken in "re-running negative" (-1,0) dropped stone (ing) "instant expectation resolved." standing light blink (s) "I seem to remember" blink distance grouped body's plumbing gone "drops, rain that's" re-imaginary placed "standing for" broken definite changing solids critical (signing) exact strict "gray flags, standing needing" picking bent finger over butt cigarette "another meal, another room, another pair" position'd hanging grouped with
"looking purposelessly" numbered 1st to 7th (between) talking about another (parts) less through hinged door (escape) painted setting "where it's harshness" down type digitize (ing) one foot congeal "and" fall (pick/up) net (swept/up) odd numbers "to fall from" reaching (imaginary) floating over sidewalk (s) negative steps "it's just random" step to step lined concrete squares "trees, blowing branch" scatter somewhere "bumps over in" blank (again) cover't leg wooden "uh" position lights door (shadow) "mean branches" where "take too long" clash (ed) shut sets four light poles movement legs leaving "that's a trained cow" counter talk none request buying used part (s) step toe here (seeing) bumping such tables "end over end, two sets" back looking down "walking through" there
connective tupelo the midrange full of (madcap) former fire what is this fragrant madness coming to (what is) a badge with fright (imprint) and stowaways compending (pending) after hours and belting out this off-set pageant song within (a song) the mouth still (p)ending
Exclusive sensation (also written as Exorsation) is an operation on two logical states of mind typically the values of two mental illusions, that produces a state of disjunction just in cases where one of its operands is true.
Exorsation could be defined as sane XOR insane (also written as sane insane, or sane ? insane) the truth table is as follows:
Evening before last, i was working on some of my "rubBEings"--using letters and forms from parked crane, trucks, trailer parked by and on open field where a house had been razed . . .
and now is all dirt covered in parts by gravel----
where soon an 11 storey condo and some office spaces will be built---
after much protest by the neighborhood--
a police car pulled slowly up--a big policeman came over to speak with me--asking many questions--my ID was inside the coffee shop on the corner--i showed him the "rubBEings"--
another police squad car pulled up, another policeman came over . . . neighbors had called with a complaint--that a "Black man" was trying to steal tires--(me making "rubBEings" looked this way to the caller)--and maybe stealing tools or copper pipings or--"something"--
"He says his ID is in the coffee place and they know him and that he works on art here. The bookstore, too--says they know him and that he works out here. And lot of other people, too. " "Who's working tonight at the coffee shop?" "Diane and Tiara."
Fortunately this time the police realized right away how wrong the caller was--(how could i steal tires bigger than i am?--notice though that the caller assumed a "criminal" must be "Black" though is mainly white area)--and everything was straightened out--
Except they said this (the poem just above these words) was the last piece i could work on there unless in the daytime--when others around--though is a site passed by many people all times of day and night--
"People are full of fear these days," one of the police said. "And your working the way you do scares them." "It sucks but that's the way it is, " said the other policeman. "Next time you might get a cop who will take you downtown. Too bad. That's nice work you do."
I walked a couple blocks away and went back to work on some other found materials from a huge dumpster near the construction site. The world is full of materials for "rubBEings" . . . Fearful callers, police cars and men--even if taken downtown--inside the rooms there are things to work with--how can there be any stopping that which flows in all that is?
"One cannot hide from that which never sets."--Heraclitus For it is everywhere hidden in plain site/sight/cite--david-baptiste chirot
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