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RED DIRT #5

  RED DIRT #5 RECONCILIATION BLUES in that shotgun shack we could hear the thunder marching through the hills as regiments of ants danced across the floor cigarette smoke so heavy the air was like cardboard the sour alcoholic wheezing of a steel guitar high on the wall a Morse …

RED DIRT #3

Here please find Chapter 3 of the poem cycle titled Red Dirt Chronicles (see also Red Dirt #1 and Red Dirt #2). Updates: Two brand new art works on the ART page which are previewed here as well, “Minotaur in Blue” and “King of the City.” Also note the new pull-down on the ART, Noir/Pulp Fiction Art. I’ll keep updating, adding …

RED DIRT #2

Note: this is another sequence from my poem cycle titled “Red Dirt,” posted in mid-April. You don’t have to read the first part to follow it, but it’s a nice intro. MANIFESTO When every beer is a final argument every cigarette an indictment of the way they did you. && When …

ART BLOG #10: Rain, coffee, women

UPDATE 12.4.12: This is a post from 3 years ago, which has proven to be my most-read post since I started blogging, even topping my post-election 2012 post titled: “How to tell if your mother is on crack” [A: She’s unhappy and surprised how the election turned out], which got …