Reading for now — Jim Dine, Poems to Work On The Collected Poems of Jim Dine (Cuneiform); Ellen Lupton and Jennifer Cole Phillips, Graphic Design The New Basics (MIT); Vincent Katz, Swimming Home (Nightboat); Diane di Prima, Recollections of My Life as a Woman (Penguin).
It’s wise to move to the city, scripted
by infantile ambition, well groomed.
Food tastes better; crunchy leaves
underfoot and wearing your panties, walking
the park I apologize
doing this. Don’t be fooled
Thinking psyche has to be heavy <
Once an illustrator it’s for life > — you need
a vertical and a horizontal bar, libido time, a star range w/
blank tenderness to smolder in met
colors, galvanized pastels, winning the beginning —
preparing the manifold, earlier..
Capital will be redeemed, all winds exchange directions and they’ll barely pertain, and why should they? What’s on our minds will be low on the list, even lower than that. Off the list.
The compelling work toasts knowledge construction as well as finds, explains and reforms infinitesimal times-spaces. Optimism is required (a) to keep everything open for reform; (b) to understand we are beginning the work and as a species, we will always be at, in as well as be the beginning.
The Precious and Rank of Here and There
Okay, so we went to New Jersey to fetch a storage unit full of stuff. I could give details, but won't, only the minor thrilleramas. Like say crossing the riv...