What’s Happening to My Bottom (part 3)
I can’t imagine trying to return.
The love I dead.
What’s happening to
my bottom? But
is it mine? really? &
what isn’t cognizant?
o bottom, bottom
relaxed & fragile
An exceptional limpid disperil
Incidents are summaries, like verbs.
I like bottoms.
Start With: A Can of Beans.
Basil, celery, excess is best, the burnished
king’s platter — part functional safety net part
recording of voyager 2: There is now
a new group of soldiers.
In my bottom.
my bottom, & the night.
What is Happening to My Bottom? (s’appelle Charles the Bald)
Ink & a homebrew help happen
Aware of “brinksmanship” etc.
Studying rice, looking at the lonely lipsynchers anonymous newletter headlines whilst
Outside, in the upper-middle-class
Where no bottom can be safe
No bottom heartfelt or unseething
Seething bottoms all over the place
Expert choristers, very fragile ones
Like straw-huts or certain
Fruits flambés à la mousseline de coco
Fucking communists like monkey-mice
I won’t tell you what they’re singing
Cause I can’t tell
I’m William Tell
Friend of Charles the Bald
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Rod Smith is the author of Music or Honesty, The Good House, Poèmes de L’araignée (France), Protective Immediacy, and In Memory of My Theories. An audio CD, Fear the Sky, has recently been released by Narrow House, and a chapbook, You Bête, is forthcoming from Interrupting Cow. He is currently editing, with Kaplan Harris and Peter Baker, The Selected Letters of Robert Creeley. He also edits the journal Aerial, publishes Edge Books, and manages Bridge Street Books in Washington, DC.
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