Posts tagged “Mayakovsky”
So I was an idiot and didn’t record all the books I read since January of this year. The most unfortunate part of this negligence is not being able to record all the books I read in my last semester of school. But maybe that’s unfortunate, as putting all my thesis reading on display might [...]
So the second set of my hyper-photo series “A Tax of Images” has been instituted. That once-attractive Sigur Ros review did not exactly fit into my schedule, though I should briefly say how much I highly recommend all the tracks on it, if only because the album rouses and rattles, through its dichotomous ease and [...]
Consoled, in indolent clothes, I’ll relax on the soft bedding of genuine manure, and gently kissing the knees of the railroad, the wheel of a locomotive will embrace my throat. (from the City Lights Pocket Poets Series #47) In other news, I have started my vegetable garden. Tomorrow I continue.
Graduation today. The only anxiety is in deciding to bring or Mayakovsky or Ondaatje along for the ride . . . Robert Forster or Alexander Turnquist? Bedlam or Heaven-pods? Goliath or MacAdams?