Sunday, June 30, 2013

Love Poem ~ Simon Howard

 
 
The information I receive
accurate to a sequel  
is there difference
between internal language

Unseen architecture
shall appear unseen
take delight in nothing
nor dye your hair candyfloss




Simon Howard : walkingintheceiling

Friday, June 21, 2013

The Chomedy ~ Ollie Evans

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The Chomedy by Ollie Evans
Ollie Evans
is a performer and poet based in London. Has had poetry published by Department Press (Stutter Studies, 2011), Red Ceilings Press (Dash Booked a Builder, 2012 and The Chomedy, 2013), Stoma Press (High Digger’s From the Ear-far-out-wrung of these Thinkings, 2013), Veer (Kettles, 2013), and his poetry has also appeared in Depart, International Poultry Review, Vile Products and Materials.

He occasionally performs as a noise-poet, makes puppet shows and is currently undertaking a Phd on the ‘Performance of Finnegans Wake’ at Birkbeck College.
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Plated Echo ~ Andrew Taylor



Paris never
sounded so good

Carry of cable
     underground

a capture

Dust dampened
movement restricts

Weather forces
     indoors

consideration

like simple mortar
we are prone

to crumble




Only Shallow ~ Andrew Taylor



Take shade of trees
     arc of cool

spread from the pack

regulate breath
     wait for sides
to fill

road initials painted
     white
DB

benefit from shade

Aware of chat behind
      comfortable pace
like feet on piano pedals





De Magenta ~ Andrew Taylor



Transcontinental journeys before the funeral
handwritten messages on the newspaper’s front page

plastic bag in the fridge contains the gift of beer selection

walk the boulevards punctured by coffee and cognac
it is clear that we are English

traditional and handcrafted roasted beans
it is evident by the taste

the apex of the station’s glazed roof reveals
redundant architecture

it really was the time for headwear
the breeze from the river was icy







Andrew Taylor lives in Liverpool and his debut full collection, after several pamphlets, Radio Mast Horizon was published in early 2013 by Shearsman.