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may i state for the eccord that she is m perfect woman [Oct. 17th, 2006|11:14 pm]
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loki_jr
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[And how does this make you feel? |amusedamused]

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(no subject) [Aug. 22nd, 2006|09:41 am]
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loki_jr
[Current Location |bed]
[And how does this make you feel? |amusedamused]




this is my hero. her name is Alix Olson and she is an amazing, smart, funny, sexy performance poet.

this is one of my favorite of her poems:
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Why... hello [Aug. 22nd, 2006|02:46 am]
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mspeel4077
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It makes me sad that this community doesn't see more hot poet action these days. So, I thought I'd get the ball rolling.

Eleanor Wilner is not someone I'd really objectify, but she happens to be one of my favorite people ever, so there's something. She's got a way about her that's wise and unassuming and entirely calming. It's a rare combination. And her poetry is lyrical and smart and thinks about a lot of things. Here you are.

Poem!: Moon Gathering by Eleanor Wilner

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EW, some years ago

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And more recently, speaking at Drexel University


Sigh; I heart her muchly. All right, weird friends of the internet, objectify some people!
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*waves* [Aug. 14th, 2006|06:43 pm]
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slfcllednowhere
[And how does this make you feel? |sillysilly]

Kindred spiritish people! Hello! Well, I had a pretty hot dream about Robert Lowell last night...so uh, now I'm wasting time when I should be finishing my paper discovering comms like this. I've been meaning for a long time to actually write up my literary babes ranked list--maybe being here will finally get me to. Anyway, hi!
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(no subject) [Jul. 6th, 2006|10:25 am]
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mozartzbitch
I'm putting my work online
Attention Friends! For those you who don't know, I have been working on a novel entitled "I Must Be an Alien" for a month shy of a year now. I am not pleased with where I've gotten on the thing, but I'm still moving along on it. I really need some critiquing on it, so I have opened up a new livejournal by the name of aliensnlove . So look up aliensnlove under search and you'll find a girl by the name of Motzenbacker Kussinboos who will post up one chapter of mine each day. If a day goes by without a chapter being posted, it will be because I have not written anything new, but hopefully that will not be a problem. Aside from critiques, this is also an attempt to pace myself while I write. Yes, losthitsuzen I stole this idea from you.
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See "The Bad Seed" next week [Jun. 10th, 2006|04:59 pm]
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mozartzbitch
What would you do if you were cursed with "The Bad Seed"?

Maybe we should find out.

EVENT: Katie Weisman's directorial debut of Maxwell Anderson's deliciously celebrated classic "The Bad Seed".

WHEN: Saturday June 17th 2006 at 1 p.m.

WHERE: Waverly High School

For more information should thou wish to attend this event, please do not hesitate to contact me at (626)429-3350. And please tell your friends and family. An audience is obviously most handsomely cherished by us the performers. The more the merry. Farewell friends. I hope to see you all there.

Sincerely,
Louis Orren
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Fresh Blood [Mar. 20th, 2006|03:00 pm]
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good_universe
It has come to my attention that no one has posted anything in here in quite some time, so allow me to offer some of my favorite poetic gushes and crushes.

Now, we will delve into a region that few seem to realize. Films about poets. Yes, you heard me. May the mouth-watering commence.

Tom & Viv, 1994. Spotlights the relationship between T.S. Eliot and wife Vivienne Haigh-Wood. What is sexier than a love-lorn poet who is eternally devoted to his mentally unstable wife? You're right, nothing.

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Gothic, 1986. All the greats: Lord Byron, Percy Bysshe Shelley, and Mary Shelley. Includes seduction, betrayl, and phantasmagoric fun. Sexy, poetic, and violently passionate.

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Feel free to add your own suggestions!

x. ♥
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seasoned greetings, fellow pervy poet fanciers. [Dec. 24th, 2005|10:48 am]
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22by7
[And how does this make you feel? |weirdweird]

i don't see much action going on here so, er, i bring...

JOHN CLARE.

peasant poet, visionary poet, too cute for the internet.
see, that almost rhymed.

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J.D. McClatchy: His Friends Call Him Sandy [Sep. 23rd, 2005|08:08 pm]
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mspeel4077
I'm not going to argue with lj code in order to preserve the integrity of Sandy's spacing, so here's the link to a poem I just read: Late Night Ode by J.D. McClatchy, editor of Yale Review and (so I gather) Every Anthology Ever.

I don't personally find him attractive... but maybe he's your type. Bob Vila crush, anyone?

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(no subject) [Sep. 10th, 2005|08:01 pm]
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mspeel4077
From a review (of sorts) I was just reading about Elizabeth Bishop:

"While her male contemporaries, from family man Randall Jarrell to model bohemian Dylan Thomas, sought a life of reading tours, official posts, and cocktail parties, she chose to remove herself from such aspects of the literary life, preferring quiet regions populated by ordinary people performing mundane tasks (though she lived in both Key West and Brazil at different times, James Merrill once spoke of her “instinctive, modest, life-long impersonation of an ordinary woman”). It is in these places, as observer, that she gained her greatest insights into the human condition."


Love her. Deeply. Makes me want to move to Wales and be a shopkeeper.* Though I kind of wanted to do that anyway.

*Maybe that comment is demeaning to Welsh people. Oops. Get over it.
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