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Saturday, 28 June 2014

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Here are links to the later individual post entries (after 26 June 2014), in alphabetical order:

Abandonment (Bunting's Horace: Forget the weather)

A Dance of Light and Shadow
After the Whirlwind

A Grievous Deception (Fabricating War Out of Absolutely Nothing)
Air of Resignation

Alien Emergency
Almost Time Now
America: Structural: This is how it's going down

American Terror
An 'Act of War'
And then the Alien turned toward Zanna
An End to Empire
A New Life

Another stunning sunset: Ilan Pappe: Israel's righteous fury and its victims in Gaza
Anthropomorphism Under Attack
Aram Saroyan: Old People
Archives
A seemingly insatiable demand

A Transparency (The word made from broken pieces): "Nobody is asleep in Gaza"
A very strong energy drink
A Voice from Troy

Back into the Ruins: What is this? Just stunned
Balls
Baltimore

Barry Taylor: Foreshore Findings
Barry Taylor: Listen Closely
Being Boring

Beneath the Great World's Notice and Lost to History
Bertolt Brecht: Die Musen / The Muses

Bertolt Brecht: Parade of the Old New
Better Together?
Beyond Gaming

Black Dog
Black Wave (Pacific Melt)

Blank Space
Blending In (Lunar Impersonation)
Bless
Bolts (Lucretius: On the Nature of Things)

Borderlands: Between the Dream and the Reality
Broken Promises

Camilo José Vergara: When Everything Fails (Repurposing Salvation in America's Urban Ruins)
Carl Sandburg: I Am the Mob, the People (A Poetry Comic by Nora Sawyer)

College Pigskin Preview: The New Amazing Return of A Crazy American Girl
Commitment to a Losing Cause: Simonides of Ceos: For the Spartan Dead at Thermopylae (480 B.C.)

Cottonmouth
Craig Stephen Hicks, Angry White Men and Falling Down
Crude

Crusaders -- they're all Charlies
Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore: Faced
Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore: The Brother to the Dog
Deadlock

Democracy DOA (working conditions)
Dennis Cowals: Before the Pipeline (Near the End of the Dreamtime)
Dishonorable

Dr Mads Gilbert on the Palestinian will to resist: "I compare occupation with occupation"
Dwindling Domain (Nazim Hikmet: from Living)

Edward Dorn: Bob Considine

Edward Dorn: If it should ever come
Edward Dorn: On first looking into Shakespeare's Folios just after Christmas 1998, at the New British Library
Edward Thomas: The Owl
Edwin Denby / Weegee: In Public, In Private (In the Tunnel of Love and Death)

Elephant Memories
Emily Dickinson: Tell all the Truth but tell it slant
End of the World Cinema: Daring To Be the Same / The Commanders 

Erasing the Forgotten: Has Gaza Eluded the Historical Memory of Poetry?
Ezra  Pound: from Canto I: Into the Underworld (A Poetry Comic by Nora Sawyer)

Fashion Week
Fear of Television

Fernando Pessoa: The falling of leaves that one senses without hearing them fall
Fireworks are like anything else in life, he said

Flann O'Brien: Is it about a bicycle?

Foreigners

Forugh Farrokhzad: The Wind Will Take Us / Street Art Iran: Nafir (Scream)
Frank O'Hara: On Dealing with the Canada Question
Friedrich Hölderlin: Narcyssen . . . / Jim Dine: Thistles in September
Gag Reflex: Federico García Lorca: Paisaje de la multitud que vomita (Anochecer en Coney Island)

Gauze
George Herbert: I got me flowers

Gérard de Nerval: El Desdichado (Chimeras)
Glory
Grapefruit Moon with Murmurations
Hanging by a thread

Harvest
Have Mercy ((Mr. Obama, do you have a heart? A letter from Dr. Mads Gilbert, a physician working in Gaza)
Hazard Response: What Went Wrong in Happy Valley?

H.D. (Hilda Doolittle): Euripides: The Chorus to Iphigeneia

Heavy Weather (All the Uncool Kids)
Heimat: A Tribute in Light: What's So Funny 'Bout Peace, Love and Understanding
"Hello my name is..."
Hijos de un dios mejor

Hilton Obenzinger: Treyf Pesach
How it went down for Thabo: NYPD chokeslam, broken leg, plain sight perpwalk show -- American dream glass half full?

I am the bullets, the oranges and the memory: Mahmoud Darwish: Ahmad Al-Zatar / Fadwa Tuqan: Hamza
Ideology
Ideology #2: With Respect
Inside the No-Go Zone: Exploring the Hidden Secrets of the Brum Caliphate ("83 outfits on the 8:30 train from Selly Oak")
I Scare Myself: Marguerite Yourcenar: Exploring the Dark Brain of Piranesi's Prisons
Is not the night restless for them?

Is something broken in The Great Towns? Dougie Wallace: Shoreditch Wildlife
It Changes Everything (Perilous Sanctuary)

Its horn more precious than gold

Ivor Gurney: First Time In ["After the dread tales..."]
Ivor Gurney: Possessions
I will make mine arrows drunk with blood
Je Suis Virunga
Jim Dine: My Letter to the Troops
Jim Dine: 'When Creeley met Pep' (simply a doll to love)

John Donne: A nocturnall upon S.Lucies day, Being the shortest day; with certain Druidical factions
John Frank Keith: Oh, Yeah?
Just a perfect day for global epic reflection

killing us while we are sleeping
King of the Grifters

Leaving Debaltseve: "The whole town is destroyed"
Lights out in BEAU Y Town
Little Girl
Lorenzo Thomas: Inauguration
Lorenzo Thomas: MMDCCXIII 1/2   

lost souls
Love Songs
Luna de Sangre: Hasbara Moon ("And Then We Were Free")

Mahmoud Darwish: In Jerusalem
Mahmoud Darwish: Silence for Gaza
Mahmoud Darwish: Think of Others

Mahmoud Darwish: Under Siege
Mahmoud Darwish: Words

Marcia Roberts: Revealed and Not Revealed
Margaret Lucas Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle: Of Many Worlds in This World
Marianne Moore: The Pangolin

Marwan Ali: Train / Ahmed Ashraf: The Iron Way
Marwan Ali: Translation

Meditation: Cat Dancer
Michael Lally: Swing Theory: 2

Migratory: 'We are alone'
Minnie: Safely Home

Mohamedou Ould Slahi: Guantánamo Diary
Mon brillant hiver sur le magnifique lac Érié
Movie of the Year: Leviathan: In the Belly of the Beast

Munitions Madness: Procurement and Disposal
Mystery Goo: Mercy, Mercy Me

Nancy Morejon: Tobacco Worker
Naomi Shihab Nye: For Mohammed Zeid of Gaza, Age 15
New Moon (Not Dark Yet)
Nin Andrews / Vanessa Winship: Home Comforts

No More Tangles: The birth of a truly digital world in which nothing can ever again go wrong, mostly
no one knows
No one to rock the cradle (Nazim Hikmet: You must live with great seriousness, like a squirrel) 

No Place Like Ohm
O-o-h Child

Open Arms
Origami

Out of Africa: Gorilla Happiness, while there's still time
Pablo Neruda: I want to talk with the pigs
Pablo Neruda: Keeping Quiet

Palintology: Final Words
Pay-To-Play Killer Cop: The Death of Eric Harris, the Black Holocaust and 'Bad' History in Oklahoma

Peckerwood Diplomacy
Pedestrians -- A Problem in Traffic Engineering  
Philae Lander: Fade Out / Frantz Fanon: The End of the European Game 

Philandering Moon (We Are Not a Virus)
Phiip Larkin: Kid Stuff

Philip Larkin: The Beats: A Few Simple Words
Poetry and Extreme Weather Events: William McGonagall: The Tay Bridge Disaster 

Polar Bears: The Big Sleep ("Is the white bear worth seeing?")
Praxilla of Sicyon: What I leave behind

Premonition
Price reductions
Primacy
Private Moment: If you could read my mind

Projections of a Dream
Rainer Maria Rilke: Orpheus. Eurydike. Hermes -- she was already lost
Rainy Night in Oaktown

Rebuilding the House of Stones: A Meditation Outside the Fertile Grounds Cafe
Red State Scream Preview (A Period Haunting)

Relocation (the new ABCs)
Rites of Spring: Fire

Robert Creeley: A Wicker Basket
Robert Herrick: To his saviour. The New yeers gift

Robert Walser: A Biedermeier Story 
Robert Walser: The Battle of Sempach
Robert Walser: The Job Application

Robert Walser: Yes, I confess that for some years past
Roberto Bolaño: Among the Horses
Robinson Jeffers: De Rerum Virtute
Robinson Jeffers: Night Without Sleep

Robinson Jeffers: Point Joe
Rohingya: Adrift

Rollin' In It: Celebrating the Tyranny of Freedom
Rumi: The Diver's Clothes Lying Empty (A Poetry Comic by Nora Sawyer)

Russell Edson: The Pilot
Samuel Beckett: My Family
Say What You Will

Scale
Seeing Multiples: Ghosts of Jönköping ("We are somewhere else")
Shadows on the Bridge

Shock (but there it is)
Simon Schuchat: Lion
Slippin'

Slipping the Chain
Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen: Eternalization (Se tanto me dói que as coisas passem)  
Sophocles: Oedipus the King: On the shore of the god of evening (The chorus prays for deliverance from the epidemic) 

Stretching It
Stuffed

Sweets
Sy Hersh: My Lai Revisited: "We were carrying the war very hard to them"

The Avenger (Lorine Niedecker: "A monster owl...")
the daily screenshot The Forgotten
The General Comes Home: Miko Peled: "Gaza reminds us of Zionism's original sin"
The Human Abstract
The Jews of Asia

The meaning of world football
The most patriotic picture ever taken of me

The only moment we have is right now

The return of the exhausted monarchy
The Ritual Aspect

"These faint pastel bands..."
The Toll: Asmaa Al-Ghoul: Never ask me about peace again
This Is Hollywood

This is where the magic happens (Dark Money)
Thomas Campion: Now winter nights enlarge

Thomas Wyatt: Stond who so list vpon the Slipper toppe / Seneca: Chorus Two: from Thyestes
Thomas Wyatt: The longe love that in my thought doeth harbar / Petrarch: Amor che nel penser mio vive e regna

Thousand Year Empire
Tilt
"Time rotates..."

Tom Clark: Evening Train
Tonight
Unearthly Beauty

Units
Viral (Philip Larkin: Myxomatosis)
War of the Climate Worlds: Warming Trend 1, Snowmageddon 0

War of the Worlds: Behemoth vs. Leviathan: Everything is everyone's fault
W.B. Yeats: The Second Coming (A  Sideshow)
Welcome home, villager: A window into the minds of the occupiers ("the most moral army in the world")
We'll Leave a Light On

Wet Leaves
Wharf
When medics cry
Where Is the House of the Friend?

While we were away at the circus of representation: Ten minutes and then no home -- no memory, no history
"Who you out here for?"

Why Hillary   
William Carlos Williams / Dorothea Lange: The Descent
William Carlos Williams: The Thing

Wislawa Szymborska: Hatred (It almost makes you have to look away)
Wislawa Szymborska: Some like poetry

Wislawa Szymborska: Utopia
wraith
Yarmouk: 'I Am Not a Statistic'

You (V) (Hölderlin) 

2 comments:

danielle salk said...

I sure would like to subscribe to this blog but cannot find a way. the link at bottom brings html language.

TC said...

Danielle, at the bottom of the page it will say "Subscribe".

When I click on that, it works. (Don't understand why you're getting code.)