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Author's Note:
an excerpt from Innocent (a collection of poems in progress) Found poetry, to be more specific. Each line was not sought out by the author but rather sought the author. Moments, words, & symbols of innocence: involuntarily recorded and now repackaged in individual themes for your own consumption. Enjoy!



MASONRY SCARS
PARIS UNDER ICE
WORDS STILL HAVE MEANING

[21/09/05]


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"...with a shot of gin
a night of rowdiness
stars fall from the sky

Drinking heavily from sky's thunder
heart shattered by lightning
I burst into laughter"

--Georges Bataille


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The following comments are for "“PALIMPSEST & 1982's RED HAT MYTH”"
by poliArch

I liked this
"...with a shot of gin
a night of rowdiness
stars fall from the sky

IS THERE A REASON YOU TYPE IN ALL CAPS SOMETIMES?

Felicia

( Posted by: FeliciaStone [Member] On: September 26, 2005 )

FelicaStone
Thank you for stopping by to read this. My poem is the one in caps. The piece that you seem to like more (and I don't blame you), the one in quotes, is from the late & great Georges Bataille.

Yes there are strategic reasons for me to type in all caps - (ie. allowing the poem to be read in multiple ways). Besides my chisel only carves in caps.

( Posted by: poliarch [Member] On: September 26, 2005 )

poliarch
I will certainly revisit it

( Posted by: FeliciaStone [Member] On: September 26, 2005 )





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