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You know it was probably just a turd in the beginning.         I am currently reading Nature’s economy by Donald Worster… I’m using the speak into app because it’s annoying to type on my phone. I believe everybody should read it too. The book…. Man. The following is a form, as an american surrealist I call it the desolationist haiku……. A real form of haiku in fact that Jack Kerouac used in desolation angels a text book for this course.    when he was drunk and didn’t want go to the next line so he went just space. Space. Space. And called it fresh.       

Melody of a hit enters the quarter cottages coughing crazy giggles and account comedic determined laughs make hot sandwiches for dinner at 7:30 in the morning. Sunrise seduces the ink I lay leaders objecting to the cuddling hours of a thorn bush. Diligence plays asthmatic Folly forgotten shivering Baristas in love with a Romeo in rehab for Romancing too many dialects deep sea diving inside the core of the migraines dissonant shape-shifting of skills deemed direct without whale watching in Oregon’s grey skies sandcastles kings and queens night the growing greater for nothing really. Tongue Tied trivia blades on an edgy ease Escalades the elastic sounds of our constellation and prose Frozen poetry in and poetry on the page attempting to grasp how many states occupied 1 Central hope of the guerillas course in a zine.      we are taking and actively accosting the fear and Truth regarding our futures hence futurists land in the Electoral primary candy coating the constitutional realists reactive via Breezy Southern regrets.          sculpted into simplistic sad songs I must turn away from when whoever
     I’m about faced empty or almost finished tasks this fight is not a vagrant in the city of my public sadness but sadness passes through every dimension faceless missing the names of ghosts unwilling to Bear anything more than a tenth reason and needs closure just time alone  altogether

About Brian Anthony Hardie

artist, musician, and poet from Portland, Oregon.

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