I CAME TO STEAL THE DARKNESS

I CAME TO STEAL THE DARKNESS

On my oyster afternoon
the sea’s a safety, how we rise
then the grass grows back, again
and the short history of summer
is when you work you get your beer.
Why the weight is worth its gold
I’ll never recommend. We may be
deprived of the life we need to live…

POEM CONTINUED AT MILK MAGAZINE

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NEW ISSUE: milk, VOLUME 9


ART & LIFE
NEW! Poems: Attila BALOGH

YAMAMOTO Kansuke Shrine

A Tangier Journal for Paul BOWLES

Interview with Philip LAMANTIA

Alfred JARRY Shrine

Mary BEACH, Claude PELIEU:
Works in Rare
Showing
Review by George WALLACE

Eight Poems by Pierre REVERDY:
Translated by Tom HIBBARD

A Day in the Life of Two Artists:
The Art of
Yvonne JACQUETTE
and Rudy BURCKHARDT
by Vincent KATZ

Vultures Descend Upon
Andre BRETON’s Exquisite Corpse!

In memoriam: Charles Henri FORD
February 10, 1913 to September 27, 2002

Crossing the Meridian:
Tribute to Gregory CORSO

Ted JOANS Lives

2 thoughts on “I CAME TO STEAL THE DARKNESS

  1. Extraordinary set, Amy.
    The sound and pivots fit,
    the short-lines, slow and
    examining or intimate, the blurs
    semi-translucent. No fear of
    eloquence. All substituitons
    happy where they live. And they live.
    ..or sumthin.. Enjoyed.

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