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Wednesday, 31 May 2017

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Here are links to individual post entries after 22 May 2017, in alphabetical order:
Genocidal Culture Busker Haircut #2: Going / Last Gasp in Kingdom City (Immigrant Song)
Genocidal Culture Busker Haircut #3: 'Free Speech' - license to kill? / The Big Cigars 
Genocidal Culture Busker Haircut #4: No Mercy: "Go home, we need American here" / Impeachment season, 1972: eight poems from Blue / United States of #Covfefe
Genocidal Culture Busker Haircut #5: The Original The Famous Artist
Genocidal Culture Busker Haircut #6: The Resistance Never Existed / Voltaire accuses Rousseau / etch
Genocidal Culture Busker Haircut #7: Pointing the finger / Jackpot
Genocidal Culture Busker Haircut #8: Irrationalism / Nearing Paradise
Genocidal Culture Busker Haircut #9: The outside is upside down
Genocidal Culture Busker Haircut #10: Ed Sanders: Ain't no light / Clone Stamp Tool
Genocidal Culture Busker Haircut #11: We are brave. We are strong. / Birthplace of Democracy
Genocidal Culture Busker Haircut #12: The Past / gunplay in the historical streets
Genocidal Culture Busker Haircut #13: Lies, plain and simple / dead revolution / a handful of dung
Genocidal Culture Busker Haircut #14: Strawberry Moon Above Umbrella Man
Genocidal Culture Busker Haircut #15: Home / Threshold / A flarf piñata
Genocidal Culture Busker Haircut #16: You Won't See Me (UnPersonism)

Genocidal Culture Busker Haircut #17: Hand Over Foot (bird shadows on the wall)
Genocidal Culture Busker Haircut #18: Seferis: Fires of St. John / Days of Rage
Genocidal Culture Busker Haircut #19: Night ladder (Leap of Faith)
Genocidal Culture Busker Haircut #20: Holiday / How To Beat the Traffic
Genocidal Culture Busker Haircut #21: no one wants to be alone

Giuseppe Ungaretti: What use are images? / Walking in the dust
Going Back Is The New Going Forward (The words of the prophets)
Green Chain Gang / José Emilio Pacheco: Three Poems
Iftar of the war orphans, Douma / Antigone and the Ice Age Horse Challenge for Tory Party Leadership
In the ruins of Mosul: The high cost of liberation / Clarice Lispector: The Archer (there's that tension)
"I won..." (a reminder from Great Lord Teeny Tiny Hands) / Danny Lyon: American Street, 1972-1974 / Joseph Ceravolo: Beginner Method / Heathcote Williams 1941-2017: Two for Trump and There has to be an Afterlife
Jorge Luis Borges: Two tales of the frontier: El muerto (The dead man) / El puñal (The dagger)
Kronos over Bios: Two from the Greek Anthology (Sappho: Epigram 158D / Anacreon: Fragment 395)
Last Call For Tomorrow
"Liberation" of Mosul: What time's the parade? / I once tickled Lou Reed. This is why ISIS hate us. (Q is for queasy)

Life and Nothing More / hellish all day but then look okay for a moment
Mountain Men / Superior, Arizona
Mosul, nearly done
On the Low Wire: Two Fantasy Poems: Larry Fagin (1937-2017): Occasional Poem / I fell in love at Safeway in Paradise
postcards from dystopia (1984 / 2017)  / hawser view (The Final Moments)

real nudes (1984 / 2560)
Putting a fine point on The Human Abstract / A little bit of soul (the decisive moment could always be just around the corner)

Stephen Crane: A man saw a ball of gold / Mahmoud Darwish: Rita and the Rifle
Tension / upside down yoda face (who pay the price)
The other way around (Der Untergang des Abendlandes)

The running of the stunned beasts through the ruined iterative street past the outstretched baskets of the money catchers
Thomas Hardy: In Time of "The Breaking of Nations" / There's blood in the dirt, but it's the wrong blood / Edward Dorn: House Arrest (Face 601B)
Trapped / Red Shoes
Trouble Every Day / Clarksdale, Saturday night

Which saint is this? (American Gothic Surrealism does the world) / "Everything is set for Noah's Ark to be shipwrecked"
William Blake: The Fly / Nightfall in the Sanctuary of the Fireflies  

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