Saturday, July 12, 2008

Genji Monogatari: Heartvine

Flowers that open at dawn
but close & wither in the
late morning of the same
day provide an insight
into renovating a 13th-
century French castle.

The works of Nietzsche
produce wines of
ample body & aroma.

According to Poemhunter,
not only is waste disposal
at a landfill facility
much more expensive
than recycling but people
who read Maya Angelou
also read Shel Silverstein.

A number of crucial
points where the domains
of experience & belief
intersect can be found
in the military manual
detailing the day-to-day
operations of the US
military's Guantánamo
Bay detention facility.

The colors of the heartvine
bleed into one another. The
roads are full of people
& vehicles. The political
revolution is dying down,
is now more sensed than
thought about. Phenomenal.

1 Comments:

Blogger Angela G. said...

Brilliant, Mark!

3:25 AM  

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