All posts for the month June, 2012
Posted by Tom Busillo on June 20, 2012
Posted by Tom Busillo on June 19, 2012
the (D)well(er) the B(L)uster
the (S)Lander (s)wing
the Lec(s)tern (g)race (T[id])bit
in double Dip[ped]thongs
the Futures of (F)ridge (t)ramp[s]
the Hall mark of(f) Songs
the (S)wan found the Litter[bug's]
bottles and hung[ers]
the Step(-)Daughters (S)link
fix pan[t(her)] (Per)fume
so (cresc)end(o) the Man(H)unt
in the [(F)lower]bed croon
Crocodile how the Mob
bane(s) (ba)[lusrade] (M)others
Posted by Tom Busillo on June 18, 2012
Posted by Tom Busillo on June 17, 2012
Q: More and more, I forward a mango to America. I go wrong sometimes on the label. I can dress a hen in a hat?
Ash is consistent, and now laces fit even more.
Learn Italian reluctantly.
Reach for a large place full of sweaters.
Get the hang of Europe. (Those little flags represent different countries!)
America is based around body types.
Pull out your sure charts and suggest anybody’s guess.
The difference between 3 to 4 inches in Europe is less than half the distance above a good tailor.
To alter time, call customer service.
To fit the clothes, take heed of feed!
blackout composition, source: “Ask I”, Teri Agains, The Wall Street Journal, 6/14/12.
in situ below…
Posted by Tom Busillo on June 16, 2012
Posted by Tom Busillo on June 15, 2012
Posted by Tom Busillo on June 14, 2012
This so-called "breathing period"
the neural map
rearrange or change
re-arm or rebow
el-arm or elbow’s elbox
monogamy as the normal or ideal
like a photograph
of the surface
that you can feel
it is progress to
see with sound instead of light
have both an entrance
an exit to
any open wound
have both removed
world left over
we have something better than
magic talking rings
Do you want me
to put it in a letter?
Do you want Australia/New Zealand/Japan/Hawaii
indicated as a single landmass?
Posted by Tom Busillo on June 13, 2012
Posted by Tom Busillo on June 12, 2012
Q: I envy women, but I’m just not one of them. I have a lot of special shoes I don’t want to wear. Suggestions?
A: I’m all for three days of black, but there comes a time when you want more.
Alas, you just won’t fit into a single bag.
Stop breaking your head and enjoy your war.
What’s the point of rocks if you can’t round them?
Invest in a car and push it through long corridors as you get a feel for the interior compartments.
Partition off a zipper.
Travel quick where there is no margin.
Shift the rat race, lock your age!
blackout composition, source: “Ask I”, by Teri Agins, The Wall Street Journal, 6/7/12.
in situ below…
Posted by Tom Busillo on June 11, 2012