Thursday, February 11, 2010

"...approximately one third of the Vox Clamantis contains splicings from other sources, altered... very slightly and put to serve a meaning wholly new." --R F Yeager, John Gower's Poetic: in Search for a new Arion (1990)

"Oparin and Dr Ock"

the time it had always rained
nailed to the mast, a Krugerrand

cicada contrail fountain
a single green star can contain

the many crumbs of broken glass
Hollywood legless

SuSm' jaqtaH · things
seen in the white screen loading
futilely: cicada, soft contrail, fountain

the puissant
gods died young, died a myriad, pale
battalions at sunrise clashing · shadowless

ev'ry blind body eye · turned
foward, bright
as bright can call · we park here and walk

Grimoires: a History of Magic Books.

Glossator. (via wood_s lot)

Black- chessdiesel (2173)

1. g4 d5
2. h3 e5
3. Bg2 c6
4. d4 e4
5. c4 Ne7
6. Bg5 f6
7. Bh4 Ng6
8. Bg3 Bd6
9. Qb3 Nf4
10. Bxf4 Bxf4
11. e3 Bd6
12. cxd5 cxd5
13. Nc3 Be6
14. Qxb7 Nd7
15. Qb3 Rb8
16. Qc2 O-O
17. Nge2 Qb6
18. Rb1 Bb4
19. O-O Rfc8
20. f3 f5
21. Ng3 fxg4
22. hxg4 Bf7
23. fxe4 Nf6
24. g5 Nxe4
25. Ngxe4 Bg6
26. Rbc1 Re8
27. Nxd5 Qe6
28. Nf4 Bxe4
29. Nxe6 Bxc2
30. Rxc2 Rxe6
31. Bd5 1-0 (if Re8, 32 Rc8!)

Name, a Novel.

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