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Poet's Work

Poet’s Work
Lorine Niedecker, 1903-1970

advised me:
Learn a trade

I learned
to sit at desk
and condense

No layoffs
from this

*Note: To learn more about the life of Lorine Niedecker or read more of her poetry, click… 19 more words


Sic Transit

Michele Tosini (1503–1577)



Am I the only one


my neighbour’s

                      frolicksome goat,


            tied to a pecan tree?

All morning

                  it has been examining… 251 more words


George Oppen


In the sense of transparence,
I don’t mean that much can be explained

Clarity in the sense of silence.

—  George Oppen, from “Of Being Numerous: Sections 1-22 (1968) ,” … 11 more words


Thoughts on audiophile -isms

The debate between the subjectivist and objectivist camps of the audiophile community is probably about as old as the community itself. (Too) much has been written which there’s no need to repeat here, but if you are new to the game there’s an excellent post on this topic by… 428 more words


Steve Ditko saga exposes industry bias: Liberal writers call artist 'mad'

Marvel’s upcoming Dr. Strange movie will undoubtedly attract mountains of media attention — and cash — for the company. What is not likely to get much traction, however, is the story of co-creator Steve Ditko. 1,084 more words


winter waters

Winter’s damp chill,
nestles within my bones
a constant shiver,
it’s rains and water
from a lake overwhelmed and brimming
a constant roar down the river. 39 more words

Is God in the Moral Code of Humanity?

The speculation that moral judgments are psychologically based can clarify why they vary across cultures and prevent transformation by means reasoning, but this is not enough to prove that moral relativism is true. 654 more words

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