Wednesday, April 30, 2014


You are looking at a museum! I live here now.


The remains of what looks like a question:
since we’re even, no-one knows how it got
there, trying to crawl up the side.

On Cloud Nine, one-earner needs hunger
on foot, advice, the past. Dressed as God,
or siring transparency: it thrilled you.

If bans control the list, it doesn't mean
anything, northeastern bombers. As
pieces, uniquely designed, limits work.

Antagonism is history, for now. There’s
the lack of an act, simply because
those yellow lines borrow, run.

So disallow us to ruin prose, but
when you die, never move out.

All content sourced prom my previous Oulipost 2014 poems – each and every one of them, I swear. 

Thanks for following along.

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

April 29, CANADA DRY: "The Straight Story"

It was a quiet day –
and then all hell
broke loose with

a knife before running
off to see her niece

Both the school and DEA
Passed into the presence
of the Lord. Notes of 
condolence were 
prohibitive of

Instead of going the statutory route, 
go on sale.

The main purpose is
to give people of the
community bullets, a
row of lightly damaged

houses, or the remains
of what looks
like a question.

All content sourced from the Tuesday, April 29, 2014 edition of the Daily Item.

Monday, April 28, 2014

April 28, SNOWBALL B: “Editorializing Via X-Acto”

Negotiations participate. 

Recipients telephone. 

Expenses, poverty, 
waiver. Limits work.

Companies invested 
several. Safer, sold.

Thousands reported 
driving people.

Noncontroversial filibustering?

Legislation? Apparently,

tolerance + thinking = illegal. 

Enough crack. Stop.

Abandoned protester outside.
Guards leave food.

All content sourced from the Monday, April 28th edition of the Daily Item.

Sunday, April 27, 2014

APRIL 28, SNOWBALL A: "Untitled"

Opportunity, attraction: everyone’s
starting popular, smooth.
Again, don’t fly it.

Lawlessness, downstream:
Ducklings training buffalo,

Dozens. Never move out.

Yes, yes, I know: this is tomorrow's prompt. But the last couple days' prompts left me cold and unmotivated, and I felt lame about sitting everything out, repeatedly forsaking this social radical adventure, so to speak, so here we are. I'm going to write another one tomorrow. Promise.

All text sourced from the Sunday, April 27, 2014 edition of the Daily Item.

Friday, April 25, 2014

APRIL 25, LARDING: “Chutes and Ladders”

Why do we need to guarantee a
loan for something that doesn't
belong to us? People asked me why

I did that, and I told them there’s

no shopping center, when you die;
it’s almost like it’s connected to you,
available at participating dealers.

She has been named to the Distinguished Honor
Roll and is an Academic All-Star. She was told
that a large amount of money was missing and

was given a date when those funds
disappeared. Although her spine was
made of steel, her heart was soft,

particularly for animals in need.
Booster vaccinations must be
administered periodically for
lifelong immunity. We understand

that this is an uncomfortable topic.

All content sourced from the Friday, April 25, 2014 edition of the Daily Item.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

APRIL 22, ANTONYMY: “False Lateral”

When we surrender
their slavery and
their unfairness, they
come back weaker. By

that time, no other
plants had been
concealed. There

is nothing we can’t
do to destroy
their people. 

Excogitate this as a 
release: disallow us 
to ruin prose. 

He’s a curse. It thrilled you,
they never have, their
society denigrates death. Why 

not none of the
below, minus?

Neither statement is true,
but that makes for a

silence that’s clear,


and somewhat positive:

just pay attention to us.

All content sourced from the Tuesday, April 22, 2014 edition of the Daily Item.

Monday, April 21, 2014

April 21, CONFABULATION: "Yakkity-Yak"

You’re sitting there, completely 
engrossed in a book, 
oblivious to my 

It’s something we 
       have to consider.

was a careless and 
unnecessary death.

I am pursuing my black belt 
in Tae Kwon Do. 

It doesn't mean anything, 
and you shouldn't overreact.

To me, it’s not about money.

No-one knows how it got there.

That’s why I’m 
extending the deadline.

I like the fire and the heat.

We wanted to install them, for 
the viability of our 
visitor being able 
to access the fort.

All content sources from the Monday, April 21 edition of the Daily Item.