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Treatise on the Law of Damages

death as a perusal felt
blows strategically dealt
conventional
nature of development
devil eve elope meant men
biblical:
describes how it
“shook
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Of all the things people can tell you about… 56 more words

Poetry

Cloud Kings Collide

The cold of the east-driven wind

Whips the barren face of mountaintops

Their glossy peaks veiled in heaven’s suspended rain

The swirling continents of air churning over one, over another… 69 more words

Johnathan Schofield

Evergreen

If you get simple beauty and naught else,
You get about the best thing God invents.

Robert Browning

The
Opposite
Of greening
Must be browning. 83 more words

Poetry

Micropoetry

morning ? mourning ?

Zen

Exhibition: Bob Cobbing: Bill Jubobe

CHELSEA space, Chelsea College of Arts, 16 John Islip Street, London, SW1P 4JU

19 November -19 December 2014

Concrete poet, arts organiser, publisher and printmaker Bob Cobbing (1920-2002) is best known for his performed works in which language is anarchically stretched and dismantled through the deployment of shouts, groans and hisses, interspersed between recognisable tracts of spoken word.  184 more words

Exhibition