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   In my “free time,” I do stuff like listen to podcasts from BBC radio (England changes you)…and I came across this bit on The Fibonacci Sequence, on the programme “In Our Time.”  What is interesting to me about this chat, specifically, is that it began to intersect some of my ideas about creating an “invented form” […]

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seasons’ found (poetic) forms.

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new FORMalist found poems…

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I came across this video of a representative from Microsoft talking about a new software called Seadragon, and a phenomena called The Photosynth Experience. It is so interesting, in terms of the future of liberal arts, photography, publishing, etc. Technology ahoy! http://www.ted.com/talks/view/id/129 (oh, and I am sharing it with the Mother Blogs of all of […]

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found sonnet

“Found Sonnet” (excerpts taken from Lia Purpura’s On Looking, the essay entitled “Glaciology”) During the thaw we were given to see whole bodies of bone inclined toward each other; snow melted into vertebrae, pocked with dirt, and unlikely in their strength. Bones, stacked, bent, in the attitude of prayer, the edges honed, precarious, forms arced […]

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preSCRIPTion.

I composed this poem as a mash-up of the stuff written on pill bottles and the OED’s list of definitions for the noun “prescription,” which appear in italics. “PreSCRIPTion” montuewedthufrisatsun Rx only manufactured in Germany uninterrupted use or possession from time immemorial may cause drowsiness may cause dizziness alcohol intensifies effect use care using machines […]

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two from the vaults.

(Milton owns a beach-side motel.) (broken spirit?)

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X re-place.

these are the stairs of Trinkle.

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“Social Net (working?)”

“Social net (working?)” sites/sights are multiplying and being taken up by an i n c r e a s i n g l y w i d e s p e c t r u m (society.) But who needs 100, or 1,000, friends? What is the boundary? Should we treat this desire? f o […]

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Busboys and Poets! Go there, BE square!

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