Never resist the government. Does the Japanese blade, Set skyward in a stream, Resist the water it divides? It will part a leaf; but only The leaf that…
Abnormal men are wholly good Or wholly evil. The former are soon Consumed by the latter: knowing no evil In themselves, they unsee it in others And ins…
"Besides, even your pants were made in China."
Podcast with some NYC lit kids: Amusing story which is not by me. Kids, this is not a how-too manual…
Come to Strawberry Creek Park, 1260 Allston Way, Berkeley, on Saturday at 12:30pm. Or be square!
There are bears in these dirty hills: One raided our trash. The long nasty Scratches on the can told the tale, and The footprint in the mud with claws.…
Transparent spots on the black keys Sucked down the marrow of my life Through code I forget, poems I lost, Long drunk snake-winding essays Fallen prey …
I love broken toys. I was one, Of course. Every broken toy Is different and differently broken To the same plastic edge— Sharp, shiny and harmless, Unl…
The princes of men have always lived In fear—without this secret, nothing In history makes sense. Though Since men must outnumber princes, Here is neve…
Optimism is cowardice, said Spengler. Last night I talked with a man who, Invisibly and through invisible wires, Rules a minor state. All politics, He …
A 3-hour podcast with Nic Dolinger, one of the poets I read with at NPCFest in NY. (No, I don’t know why Nic’s twitter handle is a girl’s name. Could h…
"Our own revolution must be both gentler, and more complete."