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A POEM FOR EVERY MIME WHO HAS EVER ANNOYED US WITH A WALL IMITATION
A POEM FOR EVERY MIME WHO HAS EVER ANNOYED US WITH A WALL IMITATION ______________________________________ R.M. ~ 1989 Note …. I hate mimes.
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Profiles: Steve Kilbey~Musician, Poet & Painter
STEVE KILBEY Steve Kilbey (born 13 September 1954, Welwyn Garden City, England) is the lead singer-songwriter and bass guitarist for The Church, an Australian rock band. He is also a music producer, poet, and painter. Kilbey began his professional music career at age 17 when he joined a “cabaret band”. He then joined Precious Little, … Continue reading Profiles: Steve Kilbey~Musician, Poet & Painter
Somebody Else : Rimbaud As An Adult
Somebody Else: Arthur Rimbaud in Africa Charles Nicholl Random House, 1997 335pp ISBN: 0-224-04376-5 Reviewed by Ann Skea “…one might glimpse an underlying motive of the African years - to recover something elemental and primitive, an ancient feast, a mythologized childhood, an antidote to Europe corrupted by sophistication and pretence.” Charles Nicholl’s comments on Rimbaud … Continue reading Somebody Else : Rimbaud As An Adult
Illuminations…. Arthur Rimbaud.
Childhood. III In the woods there is a bird; his song stops you and makes you blush. There is a clock that never strikes. There is a hollow with a nest of white beasts. There is a cathedral that goes down and a lake that goes up. There is a little carriage abandoned in the … Continue reading Illuminations…. Arthur Rimbaud.
Paris bar honors The Doors; may have to close them
Paris bar honors The Doors; may have to close them By JENNY BARCHFIELD, Associated Press – June 10, 2011 PARIS (AP) — The walls of the Paris bar are plastered with images of Jim Morrison and The Doors, and a bust of the lead singer presides over the beer tap — all part of … Continue reading Paris bar honors The Doors; may have to close them
Poem “Burn” In Red Fez
Poem By R.M. Engelhardt. June 2011Poem "Burn" In Red Fez
THE SAINT POEM READING SERIES AN OPEN MIC FOR POETS & WRITERS Monday, June 20 · 8:00pm - 11:00pm Upstate Artists Guild247 LARK STREETAlbany, NY THE SAINT POEM READING SERIESAN OPEN MIC FOR POETS, POETRY & THE SPOKEN WORDMONDAY, JUNE 20th At The UAG:Featured Poet : AVERY STEMPELBIO:Avery Stempel has been writing poetry and reading at … Continue reading
IN THE ABSENCE OF LIGHTS
IN THE ABSENCE OF LIGHTS Dark-mirrored hallways A dim precision march Here we have tread before Without fear/Well measured Pagan desires and objective Study. Pavlov’s dog is still Breathing, his cigarette falls To the floor and he dances like a manic animal. Lost in the headlights, accidents shall occur once more. There are no excuses … Continue reading IN THE ABSENCE OF LIGHTS