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Weiss Cyrillic Cyanidic Sans by Rose Knapp

19 Jan 2018, Posted by JL Jacobs in Art, Poetry

Art: Inver 3 by John Gregory Brown, @john.gregory.brown WEISS CYRILLIC CYANIDIC SANS London fog fades DevoursGlassDashallom HarediחֲרֵדִיحريمIAMBIC Incanroteblutpedantic PolygonalPentameter Los Angeles dust   Darts injects Tarsus Fake news feeds Cigarette clicks Sparks id ἰδέα Ideologos שאול Sheol Mosaic   Muses Miso Milan   Hover יְהֹוָה  אּיּוֹב Cumbia crashes Cash values…

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Marx Was Right by Carolyn Martin

17 Jan 2018, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Marie Dashkova, @melodyphoto MARX WAS RIGHT History repeats itself as tragedy, then settles into farce. And so was Joyce slogging through his own nightmare, and Napoleon battling a fable agreed upon. Which leads me to conclude the last human sound before the galaxy consumes itself…

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Leonard’s Flat by Steven Mayoff

12 Jan 2018, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Dimension by Fabrice Poussin LEONARD’S FLAT “You’ve got to accept the flat surface. Not try to pretend it’s not there.”  David Hockney   The flat like a gallery with all your artwork wall to wall, I wandered through it as if through   a…

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A Day Trip Home by Linda Hughes

10 Jan 2018, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Your silence speaks to me by Riikka Fransila, @vintageart_originals A DAY TRIP HOME He pulled carrots up out of the earth. The sound of roots letting go— vibrant in the still afternoon. Soil lifting with roots, some thick—some fine as hair. A sort of placenta. Loose…

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Meta-Modern Noire by Rose Knapp

05 Jan 2018, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Alcaina & Steve Art Projects, curators Jose Antonio Alcaina and Paco Esteve META-MODERN NOIRE A grimy pay phone handle Ripped from receiver Still rests beneath haze Silver iPhone screen only Luminous metal post two Latest techno blares Headphones off Lexus Chinese stream words of…

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Dualistic Sonnet by Rose Knapp

27 Dec 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Sin Revolution by Karen Nielsen, @karennielsen13 DUALISTIC SONNET Wind smoke smog oxy Cotton scats snaking Through skyscrapers Freeways Kinshasa oil Synthetic field fires No-wave Neon Synths Burst splitting Past realpolitik Tokyo Tolkien Beijing Beyoncé Franciscan Francesca Flittering past spatial Geometrical worlds Draconian dragons Dagons’ daggers…

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Christmas Tree by James Croal Jackson

25 Dec 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Marie Dashkova, @melodyphoto CHRISTMAS TREE the christmas tree represents unity meaning in this room we want each other blue lights intertwined with pines green and lust thus we hang our ornaments watch the tree shed its skin onto dog-dusty floor. there are hooks and angels…

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Stirring by Carolyn Martin

24 Dec 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Tanja Babić, @tanjaabstractart STIRRING  1. Juncos stagger through  sun-swirling firs, praise  the revival of day.  2.  The alarm commands, Out of bed! Curiosity waits.  3. Headlines disquiet. Not even a mouse  expects peace on earth. 4.  Music hops the fence  from the neighbor’s yard.  My coffee’s…

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Imperative by Alison Prine

22 Dec 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Ferrandis Issaev, @ferrandisissaev IMPERATIVE not happiness, not the petal, not the wing not the breeze that teases the flesh, carries the little leaf – but the rock you stand on the thick rope ladder, the sturdy wooden boat, the weathered beam, the dock – heft and…

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