Tuesday, December 08, 2009

Bibelot, byblow bodkin
evokes bonobo bodkin

Thoughts of autumn, like the thrust
from a tornado bodkin

What future dwells in a word
or Sarajevo bodkin?

Plaint on a bright winter morn
this worn indigo bodkin

Game and despair of the game
deftly catch and throw bodkin

A terrible cold hovers
and drives home one slow bodkin

Writing, Graywyvern drives through
the cut sheaves of no bodkin

Frightened Global Overdose.

"The supreme ideal of the Aztec warriors was to fulfill their mission as the chosen people of Tonatiuh, the Sun, who needed the precious liquid [blood] if he were [sic] to continue to shine over Cemanáhuac, the world. At the same time, however, many of the wise men, living in the shadow of the great symbol of Quetzalcóatl, attempte to discover the meaning of life on an intellectual plane. These almost diametrically opposed attitudes toward life and the universe existed side by side--a situation similar to that of Nazi Germany in our time, where a mystico-militaristic worldview and a genuinely humanistic philosophy and literature coexisted." --Léon-Portilla, op cit

New Arthur Phillips.

Alex Beecroft: "I'm hearing that LuLu is in trouble at the moment..." YIKES!

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