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Tuesday, November 06, 2007

A Noun like Alice



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Squinting into an open window,
cup of Sumatran at about half
(somewhere between empty and full
wrt dependency ratios
sexual orientation dynamics
& anticipation index theatrics),

the IM alert flashes yellow
(an i2c)i.e., “invitation to chat”
one finger at a time—

absurd words translate thoughts
images metaphorm
phonemes
animate the stage

Let synthetic speech make your day


press stop to discontinue




The absurd word that won’t be heard



Hey dingle diddle this cat needs to fiddle
No! Says my date with the swollen prostate
I’m finger liken’ good and chokin the chicken
comes easy for a cheesy whatchama McGreasy.

Perverse? Poet is almost a 4 letter word now-a-days
Sort of like bike that used to be quiet-tude
Now rude dude crude is all we ever hear
from those Roar and smoke joke folks anyways

Some luckless suck-sess dream machine
Poetry scream slam jam Cando band
cutting 180 ticks up into staccato battle prattle
gets a hand for The lucidity stupidity grandstand

Some pathetic academic miscreant ascetic
In a dissertation dispensation sensation
blows it out his ass and Turns trash into cash
Proving art is never Art until your world falls apart.

So I pant and rant like a wasted miscreant
Send my letter to a jet Setter who’ll get no better
Pray for love from the dude up above, & say
OK, okay have it your way. Make my day.

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The Empty House by Marjorie Agosín evokes an out-of-control feeling, one in which the mind cannot quite cope with the madness of memories. There are some elements of projects from the past remixed with things done this past week in this presentation. All the technologies used are available free on the internet thus part and parcel of every e-poet's tool kit.

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6 Comments:

Blogger Jo said...

Your interactive piece keeps crashing my computer.....three times I've been back to try and comment. Clearly I must like it GRIN....an interesting response to the poem, I enjoyed reading it and the subsequent thoughts it provoked. And the threeliner -- it cracked me up.

10:36 AM  
Blogger HL said...

Thx. Sorry about the crash--IE doesn't like audio plugins (and that is essential to fully experience this presentation) another reason why I use Firefox

12:54 PM  
Blogger tumblewords said...

The words jump start paragraphs in my head -

1:30 PM  
Blogger gautami tripathy said...

As I use Firefox, my PC did not crash. Infact your way of presentation always keeps me interested in your writings.

THis time too, I was not disappointed..:D

Your comments on my post entirely took it to a different direction. I re-read my own poem so as to understand your reaction to it.

Thanks!

7:14 PM  
Blogger Linda said...

Love the way you play with words! ~Linda

2:53 PM  
Blogger dick jones said...

A clever take on techno-communication. The audio backdrop works well as a context.

4:35 PM  

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