Tag Archives: Linguistic Experiments: Poetry
I have written my poem for the day. Have you? Little known and little lauded, National Write-a-Poem-a-Day Month was originally initiated by John Berryman in 1964 when he was a Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress (the old, … Continue reading
I have nothing to write today, except the title, which is now the title of an upcoming poem (how up-and-coming, I don’t know). Cool title, though, nie? I’ll eat my way through anything Today I’ll be meeting with Adam Zagajewski, … Continue reading
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but the El Sol adventure was a failure, never managing to lift its weight off the ground, not to mention the strong headwind that kept blowing us into the trees before we were high enough to pass over. At least … Continue reading
which is something like a line from a poem I’m working on, the companion piece to the sleepless one. Lack of dreaming is supposed to lead to insanity, which I imagine means an inability to separate the unconscious from the … Continue reading
Sir Mix-a-lot as nice, leisurely background music to your lunch at Cafe MÅ‚yn. Who knew “Baby Got Back” would make it as an international easy listening hit? It’s strange, with American music being so popular, that it is often played … Continue reading