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Декабрь 12, 2007

07:04 pm: Good Day
плюю на законченный семестр
поставил всем 4 пуст будут рады что не 3

взялся за Айзенберга
и вообще буду сидеть и переводить всех подряд

а еще вышло это: http://www.ozon.ru/context/detail/id/3613728/

Сентябрь 20, 2007

08:54 pm: William Faulkner

Ио́сиф Виссарио́нович Джугашви́ли

Два человека не большого роста.

Сентябрь 7, 2007

11:17 pm: Sing Along

11:11 pm: eatwork
Вот взялся за переводы
так что кто хочет пишите заказы
у меня столько текстов
что я ели помну что и кого надо переводит первым

потом я ищу тему для доклада для конференций
вот думою написать что-то про сламы
кто нибудь что нибудь об этом написал

о чем писать?
есть ли у кого-то какие то идеи связаны с современной молодой поэзии

Июль 14, 2007

11:49 pm: hyper-pastoral
what was I on about
flies cover my monitor

the page fills and fills
and there is no pastoral

the news paperboy tells me
the difference is mute

that a hyper-pastoral can be found
in all the cracks

is not your stomach a great mysterious ocean
your mouth a jungle

I ride in the train
my species grows fat

the cells awaiting the famine that always seems
to stay in one place

there is no pastoral I tell myself
leaning against a tree painted white

watching boys in sport pants
plant empty seeds into the ground

I turn to her
who says

are we not all in some porno titled
Lunch With the Naughty, children

watch the metro pass
held by the hand

their legs are
said to have taught humanity the arts

of medicine, writing, and agriculture
later they will sneak out of their homes

write crooked swastikas on rusty garages
break branch over branch

wishing for swords they torture a puppy
they insert a pencil into its ass

the entire thing
until it is lost

Июнь 3, 2007

03:41 pm: Where did you put the photographs

если кому-то интересно, я опять в Москве. мой телефон: 89067117282

Ноябрь 19, 2006

01:46 am: Diana Krall on a rampage?

I believe Diana Krall is out to kill this wonderful woman with a cadillac.

Ноябрь 16, 2006

01:52 pm: googlism.com



also if you want to read a poem as the bi-product of text check out this website:


Probably everyone knows most of this stuff, but who knows? Maybe some Russian 18 year old, with some good paintings under her belt will get some inspiration.

10:45 am: completely random selection of poets and poetry
я люблю на берегу
не могу...

много лет назад мой дед поймал огромную рыбу нo это было много лет назад
теперь я сам дед и сама рыба

а еще, для тех кто интересуется современной американской поэзии следующие:









Oldies but goodies:

John Ashbery, Ted Berrigan, Kenneth Koch, Frank O'Hara, Bernadette Mayer, Alice Notley, Barbara Guest, Kenward Elmslie, Ron Padgett, James Schuyler, and Sam Abrams, Robert Creeley, W.S. Merwin, James Tate, Albert Goldbarth, Charles Olson, Robert Duncan, Elizabeth Bishop,

Middle Men:

Michael Palmer, Donald Revel, Paul Muldoon, Claudia Keelan, Robert Hass, Edward Hirsch, Kenneth Goldsmith, Ron Silliman, Albert Goldbarth, Lyn Hejinian

Октябрь 21, 2006

04:50 pm: The poem begins with a series of clichés
the things you take with you define the place
definitions are in the eye of the beholder
the beholder’s eye is allergic to spring

we move onto the self effacing humiliations
curled up under the office desk with a bottle of gin
staring at the plastic phone
wondering what she is doing now
then trying to sound brave in front of the husband
jumping over the chain link fence, ripping your pants right off
landing onto a trampoline, bouncing over the white fence,
and into a kiddy pool full of brown water and autumn leaves

you get up out of the poem
to turn down the music in your library
say a few words in self defense
there is so much death everywhere
you look at your palms and say “good monkey”

you return
the brown leaves in the kiddy pool are now dry dust
“where is she?”
my death’s dead
the phone rings
then another and another
it grows dark
you see the tiny blue screens
bobbing up and down
with the empty street

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