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6 Apr 2009  Keep Smiling (by Mark Osborne)  A short poem on an inevitable right of passage into self-awareness.
5 Apr 2009  Untitled #11 (by Gregory Wilde)  The last from Poetry on Chan.
3 Apr 2009  Untitled #10 (by Gregory Wilde)  Number 10 from Poetry on Chan.
1 Apr 2009  Untitled #9 (by Gregory Wilde)  Number 9 from Poetry on Chan.
31 Mar 2009  Untitled #8 (by Gregory Wilde)  Number 8 from Poetry on Chan.
adult content7 Feb 2009  The Incinerator (by Sean Garcia)  Another piece, inspired by yet another muse, with names changed to protect the guilty.
6 Feb 2009  Military Display (by Julian X)  A brief poem.
29 Jan 2009  Untitled #7 (by Gregory Wilde)  Number 7 from Poetry on Chan.
28 Jan 2009  Untitled #6 (by Gregory Wilde)  Number 6 from Poetry on Chan.
27 Jan 2009  Untitled #5 (by Gregory Wilde)  Number 5 from Poetry on Chan.
26 Jan 2009  Untitled #4 (by Gregory Wilde)  Number 4 from Poetry on Chan.
25 Jan 2009  Untitled #3 (by Gregory Wilde)  Number 3 from Poetry on Chan.
24 Jan 2009  Untitled #2 (by Gregory Wilde)  Number 2 from Poetry on Chan.
23 Jan 2009  Untitled #1 (by Gregory Wilde)  Number 1 from Poetry on Chan.
adult contentaudio available25 Oct 2008  Letter to the Other Man (by Julian X)  For the men too attached to kindness to understand (their and women's biologies).
17 Oct 2008  From Italy to Japan (by Gregory Wilde)  Lying to tell the truth, we ruin everything with a trail of smoke.
audio available15 Sep 2008  Hydroplaning (by Julian X)  Contingency, self-deception, and trauma.
adult contentaudio available2 Jul 2008  Spoiled Life / Spoiled Death (by Gregory Wilde)  Written in Ireland, 2003.
28 Jun 2008  The Park (by Gabriel Montagné)  Cultural ritual from another perspective.
28 Jun 2008  Come Back to Me (by Gregory Wilde)  "Cutting through time like a memory strung on a wire."
adult contentaudio available27 Jun 2008  Sin & Death (by Gregory Wilde)  Written in Amsterdam, 2004.
adult contentaudio available26 Jun 2008  Blonde & Black (by Gregory Wilde)  Written in France, 2004.  Performed live, Berkeley, 2004.
audio available25 Jun 2008  Back to Sleep (by Gregory Wilde)  Written in Berkeley, 2004.
audio available15 Jun 2008  Cardinal Joy  (by Gregory Wilde)  Written in Berkeley, 2004.
audio available14 Jun 2008  Virgin Blades  (by Gregory Wilde)  Written in France, 2004.
adult content13 Jun 2008  Sleepless & the red cafe (by Gregory Wilde)  Remember the night I swam and left you alone? You met me, in the red cafe.
10 Jun 2008  While (by Julian X)  An environmental poem.
adult content30 May 2008  Lavina, Canto 12:  The Courting of Lavina (Part 2 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which the final fate of Lavina is at last revealed.
adult content29 May 2008  Lavina, Canto 12:  The Courting of Lavina (Part 1 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which Lavina finds herself in another harem, the very model upon which the earlier one was based.
adult content28 May 2008  Lavina, Canto 11:  Lavina the Slave (Part 2 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which Lavina, sold as a slave, explores her new surroundings... and learns the origin of the harem.
adult content27 May 2008  Lavina, Canto 11:  Lavina the Slave (Part 1 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which Lavina finds herself thrown into slavery... and taken to market.
adult content25 May 2008  Lavina, Canto 10:  Lavina in the Desert (Part 2 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which Lavina, alone again, wanders through the desert.
adult content24 May 2008  Lavina, Canto 10:  Lavina in the Desert (Part 1 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which Lavina and crew wander through the desert.
adult content23 May 2008  Lavina, Canto 9:  On the Island of Gyneclia (Part 2 of 2) (by Julian X)  Concluding Lavina's adventures on a matriarchal island.
adult content22 May 2008  Lavina, Canto 9:  On the Island of Gyneclia (Part 1 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which Lavina finds herself on a matriarchal island.
adult content21 May 2008  Lavina, Canto 8:  On the Island of Firanet (Part 2 of 2) (by Julian X)  Concluding Lavina's experience on a patriarchal island.
adult content20 May 2008  Lavina, Canto 8:  On the Island of Firanet (Part 1 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which Lavina lands on a patriarchal island.
adult content18 May 2008  Lavina, Canto 7:  Lavina at Sea (Part 2 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which Lavina is discovered stowing away.
adult content17 May 2008  Lavina, Canto 7:  Lavina at Sea (Part 1 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which Lavina takes to the sea.
adult content11 May 2008  One Hawaiian, Bra. (by Gregory Wilde)  My life...oh, the beauty of my life in Hawaii...
10 May 2008  Simple Twist of Fate (Revisited) (by Gregory Wilde)  They say the darkest hour is right before the dawn...if that's true, then you've got nothing to win and nothing to lose.
adult content9 May 2008  Hookin' Hooker's Hook (by Gregory Wilde)  A girl follows a hooker one night, and it might just change her 15 year old life.
8 May 2008  Hemingway's Shots (by Gregory Wilde)  What were you doing when Hemingway's last shot shattered the sky?
2 May 2008  every grain is not the same (by Gregory Wilde)  Written while on the sands of Travemünde, the darkness around us.  Something had to change then.
adult contentaudio available29 Apr 2008  Indian Statue #2 (by Julian X)  A description of a sacred statue.
adult contentaudio available28 Apr 2008  I've never come as hard as when (by Julian X)  An erotic anecdote.
27 Apr 2008  Blind men still care for their women’s beauty. (by Julian X)  On male enslavement to beauty.
adult content26 Apr 2008  Death raped her, (by Julian X)  Death as sex.
adult content25 Apr 2008  Rodrigo and Cesare Borgia (by Julian X)  On the famous Borgias, known for their violence, and the corruption of the Papacy.
adult content24 Apr 2008  Lucretia (by Julian X)  On the historical figure.
adult content23 Apr 2008  This body I give, she says, (by Julian X)  On possessing a woman.
adult content22 Apr 2008  I returned from the wars sixteen years ago (by Julian X)  On male haunting.
21 Apr 2008  Epit. (by Julian X)  Love / humanity / feelings and the erasing passage of time.
audio available20 Apr 2008  Another Original (by Julian X)  A beat poem on originality in art.
31 Mar 2008  Exchange (by Gregory Wilde)  To exchange our lives, if only.
25 Mar 2008  Songs of Sadness 10 (by Julian X)  Death.
24 Mar 2008  Unrealized Soulmate (by Julian X)  On getting over what-could-have-been.
adult content22 Mar 2008  Private (by Claire Thomas)  Growth and recriminations, both animal and mineral.
19 Mar 2008  Songs of Sadness 7-9 (by Julian X)  Three more brief contemplations.
18 Mar 2008  Songs of Sadness 6 (by Julian X)  On the dual masks of tragedy and comedy.
17 Mar 2008  Songs of Sadness 5 (by Julian X)  On optimism / pessimism.
16 Mar 2008  Not a Song of Sadness (by Julian X)  On the patronizing solipsistic evaluation of intelligence.
8 Mar 2008  Songs of Sadness 4 (by Julian X)  Another song produced by chemical depression, this one about smiles.
7 Mar 2008  Songs of Sadness 3 (by Julian X)  On the moment of seeing the messenger and knowing that life will never be the same.
6 Mar 2008  Songs of Sadness 2 (by Julian X)  A second entry.
5 Mar 2008  Songs of Sadness 1 (by Julian X)  Caution:  no teenage angst allowed.
2 Feb 2008  Haiku (by Sean Garcia)  Inspired by the metamorphosis of things.
adult content18 Jan 2008  Taboo Haiku 313-316 (by Mark Osborne)  Another delicate offering of drones flying away.
17 Jan 2008  A horse is a horse (by Sean Garcia)  No shit sherlock.
adult content16 Jan 2008  Taboo Haiku 309-312 (by Mark Osborne)  Offense was clearly the goal of the latest installment in the series.
15 Jan 2008  Goodbye (by Gregory Wilde)  The end of humanity, and the end of Gregory Wilde on this site.  What more can you ask for?  Good luck to you all.
adult content14 Jan 2008  Taboo Haiku 305-308 (by Mark Osborne)  The originator comes back to condemn more people to hell with his poetry or lack thereof.
adult content12 Jan 2008  Taboo Haiku 301-304 (by Mark Osborne)  More horrid poetry offered to the masses by the originator of the form.
adult content10 Jan 2008  Taboo Haiku 297-300 (by Julian X)  Celebrating our 300th perversion of the haiku form towards the depths of human depravity!
adult content8 Jan 2008  Taboo Haiku 293-296 (by Julian X)  Oh, yes:  four more!  Because you demanded it!
7 Jan 2008  We Notice (by Gregory Wilde)  Oh, how they know everything we don't.
adult content6 Jan 2008  Taboo Haiku 289-292 (by Julian X)  Four more examples of the bounty that is Man.
5 Jan 2008  The Divine Comedy, Canto 5 (by Dante Alighieri)  Dante sees the condemned assigned to levels down below, then talks with Francesca and learns the dangers of Love and Lancelot.  With illustrations by Gustave Doré.
adult content4 Jan 2008  Taboo Haiku 285-288 (by Julian X)  The first four entries in our Taboo Haiku series that work as a unit, yet remain independent haiku.  This batch is metafictional.
adult content2 Jan 2008  Taboo Haiku 281-284 (by Julian X)  God loves you.
1 Jan 2008  Ocean (by Julian X)  What the sea means to me and you, all lost in our blues without that blue.
adult content31 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 277-280 (by Julian X)  Four more wonders of the modern world.
adult content30 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 273-276 (by Julian X)  Four more.
adult content29 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 269-272 (by Julian X)  Four more ways to demonstrate mankind's joyous capacity.
adult content28 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 265-268 (by Julian X)  In which Taboo Haiku first becomes the subject of Taboo Haiku.
adult content27 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 261-264 (by Julian X)  Four more exemplar's of mankind's kindness.
adult content26 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 257-260 (by Julian X)  Four more wonders of the world.
adult content24 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 253-256 (by Julian X)  Four more cases of mankind's god-like status.
23 Dec 2007  The Problem with Such Self-Congratulation (by Julian X)  Cutting to the bone.
adult content23 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 249-252 (by Julian X)  Four more exemplars of mankind's ability to dream.
adult content22 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 245-248 (by Julian X)  Now with more carnage.
adult content21 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 241-244 (by Julian X)  More.
adult content20 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 237-240 (by Julian X)  Yet four more.
adult content19 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 233-236 (by Julian X)  Four more.
adult content18 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 229-232 (by Julian X)  Four more horrors.
adult content17 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 225-228 (by Julian X)  Four more perversions.
16 Dec 2007  Growing Chilies (by Julian X)  Of practicing for adulthood and mourning practicing's loss.
adult content16 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 221-224 (by Julian X)  Four more dainty but offensive poems.
adult content15 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 217-220 (by Julian X)  Four more dainty poems of rape and carnage.
adult content14 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 213-216 (by Julian X)  More perversions of a lovely Japanese poetic form that is supposed to emphasize nature.
adult content13 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 209-212 (by Julian X)  More perversions of the Japanese form.
12 Dec 2007  Dear, Geisha Girl (by Gregory Wilde)  American girls... I remember them.
adult content12 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 205-208 (by Julian X)  Another from the vaults.
adult content11 Dec 2007  Inside Your Pussy (by Gregory Wilde)  In an attempt to fit into a website that has fallen on hard times.
adult content11 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 201-204 (by Julian X)  Continuing our hideous series.
10 Dec 2007  To My Son, Hyacinth (by Gregory Wilde)  I hope that someday people will care about the Earth, and care about what's happening around us, as we live and die, life is more than observation, we need to bite in, feel our gums dig deep, into the warlord's necks.
adult content10 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 197-200 (by Julian X)  Our 200th installment in a truly horrible series.
adult content9 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 193-196 (by Mark Osborne)  Four more.
9 Dec 2007  Julian the Philosopher (by Julian X)  On the brief Roman emperor, slandered as The Apostate, who was the last gasp of a fuller, more philosophical, all-embracing world.
adult content8 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 189-192 (by Mark Osborne)  Four more.
8 Dec 2007  A Post-Colonial Tea (by Julian X)  On tea and China, nations colonial and colonized, old and new, old old and old new, new old and new new.
adult content7 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 185-188 (by Ozymandias Brown)  Four more instant classics in our collaborative work of exhaustive brilliance.
7 Dec 2007  Old Silt (by Julian X)  When the girl leaves, of hurricanes and Utopia.
adult content6 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 181-184 (by Julian X)  Four more contemplations on the nothingness of being.
adult content5 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 177-180 (by Julian X)  Four more masterpieces of haiku gold.
4 Dec 2007  A Question For Monet (by Sean Garcia)  The author wonders about flowers.  Just flowers.
adult content4 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 173-176 (by Julian X)  Four more wonders of Man's divine capabilities.
3 Dec 2007  Lie Lied Lay (by Gregory Wilde)  There is no use in crying.
adult content3 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 169-172 (by Julian X)  Displaying the nobility of the human mind.
2 Dec 2007  Sound-Proof Friend (by Gregory Wilde)  The reality of the Devil's arcade.
adult content2 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 165-168 (by Julian X)  Four more.
adult content1 Dec 2007  Taboo Haiku 161-164 (by Julian X)  Four more.
30 Nov 2007  The Fable of the Bitches (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content30 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 157-160 (by Julian X)  More.
29 Nov 2007  On Time (by Jonathan Swift)  An amusing little poem.
adult content29 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 153-156 (by Julian X)  Four more perversions of the delicate Japanese poetic form.
28 Nov 2007  An Echo (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content28 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 149-152 (by Julian X)  Four more diatribes on the kindliness of Man.
27 Nov 2007  The Gulf of All Human Possessions (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content27 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 145-148 (by Julian X)  Four more.
26 Nov 2007  On the Posteriors (by Jonathan Swift)  A humorous poem from the master of satire.
adult content26 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 141-144 (by Julian X)  Four more.
25 Nov 2007  On Gold (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content25 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 137-140 (by Julian X)  Four more contemplations of flowers and mountains.
adult content24 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 133-136 (by Mark Osborne)  Four more expositions on the goodness of Man.
24 Nov 2007  On a Pen (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content23 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 129-132 (by Mark Osborne)  Four more classics of the Japanese haiku form.
23 Nov 2007  Verses on I Know Not What (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content22 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 125-128 (by Mark Osborne)  Four more delicate offerings.
adult content21 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 121-124 (by Mark Osborne)  Four additional poetic gems.
adult content20 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 117-120 (by Mark Osborne)  Four more instant classics.
adult content19 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 113-116 (by Mark Osborne)  Four more from the originator of the form.
adult content18 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 109-112 (by Mark Osborne)  Four more.
adult content17 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 105-108 (by Mark Osborne)  Four more gems.
adult content16 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 101-104 (by Mark Osborne)  The originator of the form returns once more for four more.
15 Nov 2007  The Dean's Complaint, Translated and Answered (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content15 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 97-100 (by Julian X)  In which our series reaches its 100th installment.
14 Nov 2007  The Hardship upon the Ladies (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content14 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 93-96 (by Julian X)  Four works of infinite poetic wonder.
13 Nov 2007  Judas (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content13 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 89-92 (by Julian X)  Another four for the mill.
12 Nov 2007  The Place of the Damned (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content12 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 85-88 (by Julian X)  More joys of man's desiring.
11 Nov 2007  A Beautiful Young Nymph Going to Bed (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content11 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 81-84 (by Julian X)  In French this time -- not only offensive, but also culturalist!
adult content10 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 77-80 (by Ozymandias Brown)  Another batch of four horrors.
10 Nov 2007  The Lady's Dressing-Room (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content9 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 73-76 (by Ozymandias Brown)  More horrific haiku.
9 Nov 2007  An Excellent New Ballad; or, the True English Dean to be Hanged for a Rape (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content8 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 69-72 (by Ozymandias Brown)  The series changes hands again.
8 Nov 2007  On Burning a Dull Poem (by Jonathan Swift)  An ironic poem about burning another.
7 Nov 2007  The Logicians Refuted (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content7 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 65-68 (by Julian X)  More Japanese-inspired smut, cast in beautiful form best used to describe Mount Fuji.
6 Nov 2007  Helter Skelter; or, the Hue and Cry after the Attorneys upon Their Riding the Circuit (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content6 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 61-64 (by Julian X)  Another change of hands as the series continues, this time with a hardcore turn.
adult content5 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 57-60 (by Ozymandias Brown)  Yet more.
5 Nov 2007  A Love Poem from a Physician to His Mistress (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content4 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 53-56 (by Ozymandias Brown)  More perversion of a beautiful Japanese poetic form, this time with more poetry!
4 Nov 2007  Dr. Swift to Mr. Pope, While He was Writing the "Dunciad" (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content3 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 49-52 (by Ozymandias Brown)  Another dose of humorous haiku.
3 Nov 2007  The Furniture of a Woman's Mind (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content2 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 45-48 (by Ozymandias Brown)  A third author takes up the reigns.
adult content1 Nov 2007  Taboo Haiku 41-44 (by Mark Osborne)  The originator of the form returns.
31 Oct 2007  On Censure (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
30 Oct 2007  Desire and Possession (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content30 Oct 2007  Taboo Haiku 37-40 (by Julian X)  Yet more of the things.
29 Oct 2007  A Quiet Life and a Good Name (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content29 Oct 2007  Taboo Haiku 33-36 (by Julian X)  Another batch of filthy, detestable things.
28 Oct 2007  The Epitaph (by Jonathan Swift)  Another from the master of satire.
adult content28 Oct 2007  Taboo Haiku 29-32 (by Julian X)  More horrific perversions of a once beautiful form.
27 Oct 2007  The Problem, "That My Lord Berkeley Stinks When He is in Love" (by Jonathan Swift)  A fun poem by the master of satire.
adult content27 Oct 2007  Taboo Haiku 25-28 (by Julian X)  In which Julian Darius takes over the Taboo Haiku series, already in progress.
24 Oct 2007  Earth Part II (by Gregory Wilde)  Don't you dare read this.
23 Oct 2007  Brain-Child (by Gregory Wilde)  A journey from A to B.
22 Oct 2007  I Write (by Gregory Wilde)  A poem from the rain king.
21 Oct 2007  Wild Honey (by Gregory Wilde)  While watching the stories of friends, sometimes we miss what's between friends.
adult content20 Oct 2007  Taboo Haiku 21-24 (by Mark Osborne)  Yet a sixth offering!  Be offended... be very offended.
adult content19 Oct 2007  Taboo Haiku 17-20 (by Mark Osborne)  A fifth offering of haiku, those delicate observations, here focused on base and taboo subjects.
adult content18 Oct 2007  Taboo Haiku 13-16 (by Mark Osborne)  Another offering of tender haiku on offensive subjects.
adult content17 Oct 2007  Taboo Haiku 9-12 (by Mark Osborne)  A third offering of delicate Japanese flowers.
adult content16 Oct 2007  Taboo Haiku 5-8 (by Mark Osborne)  Another offering of delicate flowers.
adult content15 Oct 2007  Taboo Haiku 1-4 (by Mark Osborne)  The first of many offensive but delicately beautiful haiku groupings.
14 Oct 2007  KGV 224 (by Sean Garcia)  To hell with pretty faces.
13 Oct 2007  A Thought On Today For Tomorrow (For Neil) (by Gregory Wilde)  "Some people look at their life and say, well, my life's like a movie, and then they talk about what scenes went down, and then ah, in some movies there's tunes, and ah, this is like a show tune for my movie."
13 Oct 2007  The Divine Comedy, Canto 2 (by Dante Alighieri)  Dante reconsiders the journey, and Virgil reveals how he came to intervene on Dante's behalf.  With illustrations by Gustave Doré.
12 Oct 2007  Dancing in a Burning Room (by Gregory Wilde)  Words on more shootings, failing economy, and questions on why would anyone doubt America is years away from crumbling.  Sad.
12 Oct 2007  The Divine Comedy, Canto 1 (by Dante Alighieri)  The poet begins his quest and meets Virgil, his guide.  With illustrations by Gustave Doré. 
11 Oct 2007  My Better Judgement (by Sean Garcia)  The poet wonders whether his better judgement is a liar.
10 Oct 2007  Late Night on the Uptown 30 (by Marc Sobel)  A strange vision on his evening commute brings a man face to face with himself.
7 Oct 2007  The Sweet Taste of One Single Tear (by Marc Sobel)  A devastating poem about the numbness beyond pain.
6 Oct 2007  The Youth (Street Fortune) (by Gregory Wilde)  I am the youth, you are the youth, we are losing, we are lost, and we must regain.
5 Oct 2007  God’s Five-Fingered Hand, American (by Julian X)  A rumination through history, chance, and the self.
4 Oct 2007  Pretty to Plain (by Gregory Wilde)  Pay the plain girls attention, for they are the truth of grace.
3 Oct 2007  The Schoolbus Graveyard (by Marc Sobel)  A former school bus driver laments the deterioration of education in America.
2 Oct 2007  Dark Prayer (by Gregory Wilde)  Reality is painful.
2 Oct 2007  On Wordsworth and Romantic Assumptions about Poetry (by Julian X)  A essay in verse on Wordsworth's misrepresentation of himself -- and our resulting misunderstanding of Romanticism.
1 Oct 2007  From the Fragments (by Gregory Wilde)  Save yourself before it's too late.
adult content30 Sep 2007  Lavina, Canto 6:  Return to Halyptus (Part 2 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which Lavina returns home.
30 Sep 2007  Death In Staring (by Gregory Wilde)  Save the days.
adult content29 Sep 2007  Lavina, Canto 6:  Return to Halyptus (Part 1 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which Lavina's father tells her everything.
29 Sep 2007  We Shall Jump (by Gregory Wilde)  Gather around the bridge and jump.
adult content28 Sep 2007  Lavina, Canto 5:  Anarolyni and the Harem (Part 2 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which Anarolyni turns his tender attentions to the harem and Lavina.
adult content27 Sep 2007  Lavina, Canto 5:  Anarolyni and the Harem (Part 1 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which the new king guts the nursery and an infamous scene involving maces occurs.
27 Sep 2007  Bring the Band (by Gregory Wilde)  In the memory of Uncle Albert.
adult content26 Sep 2007  Lavina, Canto 4:  The Fall of the House of Borheya (Part 2 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which the royal family is gutted.
26 Sep 2007  make me love you (by Gregory Wilde)  Sometimes we have to beg.
adult content25 Sep 2007  Lavina, Canto 4:  The Fall of the House of Borheya (Part 1 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which Cesinare expands the harem and focuses on the family.
adult content24 Sep 2007  Lavina, Canto 3:  Cesinare and the Harem (Part 2 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which the harem falls under a new and different reign.
adult content23 Sep 2007  Lavina, Canto 3:  Cesinare and the Harem (Part 1 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which Cesinare ascends the throne and discovers the harem.
adult content22 Sep 2007  Lavina, Canto 2:  Isabel and the Harem (Part 2 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which Isabel is accepted into the harem and befriended by Lavina.
21 Sep 2007  Make It Right, Devil Eyes (by Gregory Wilde)  Running for Hong Kong in the Meat Rack Tavern.
adult content21 Sep 2007  Lavina, Canto 2:  Isabel and the Harem (Part 1 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which the real Isabel arrives in the harem while the girls adjust.
adult content20 Sep 2007  Lavina, Canto 1:  Lavina and the Prince (Part 2 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which the horror of Lavina's fairy tale marriage is revealed.
20 Sep 2007  Depressions In Your Neck (by Gregory Wilde)  Cold and pithy.
adult content19 Sep 2007  Lavina, Canto 1:  Lavina and the Prince (Part 1 of 2) (by Julian X)  In which a prince meets sweet Lavina in her country home.
19 Sep 2007  Khalil's Ballad (by Gregory Wilde)  The words were changed, but the song remains the same.
18 Sep 2007  Call Me, Baby (by Gregory Wilde)  Come on and call me, Baby, come on.
12 Sep 2007  At the End of a Bottle (by Gregory Wilde)  The dream is over, yesterday.
11 Sep 2007  Reflections on the Fifth Anniversary (by Marc Sobel)  The poet reflects on the fifth anniversary of 9/11.
9 Sep 2007  Films on Ghosts (by Gregory Wilde)  The fool in love, when love is ice upon the water.
6 Sep 2007  Act Like Old Friends (by Gregory Wilde)  To be young and happy and free.
5 Sep 2007  Ashes and Scars (by Marc Sobel)  A bleak poem about modern society.
4 Sep 2007  To Look at Dogs (by Gregory Wilde)  If dogs ran free. 
2 Sep 2007  Golden Hair (by Gregory Wilde)  Words on golden faith.
29 Aug 2007  Mental Landscape, Virtually Conceived (by Julian X)  The poetry of computing.
29 Aug 2007  The First Day of Spring in Central Park (by Marc Sobel)  A reminiscence of New York City at its best.
28 Aug 2007  Dissemination: Penetration (Insemination) (by Julian X)  On Jacques Derrida, deconstruction, and... bedplay.
27 Aug 2007  Love Poem to Penelope (by Julian X)  An argument for older, tested, battered, sustained love.
25 Aug 2007  But in Her Heart Suspects / And How Much He’d Like (by Julian X)  On a relationship's unstated.
23 Aug 2007  The Archer (by Marc Sobel)  The mad ramblings of a midnight gunman at the New York Public Library.
22 Aug 2007  Buk's Bucks (by Julian X)  On Charles Bukowski and the ironies of his late life.
20 Aug 2007  CXXI in seq. (by Julian X)  On Ezra Pound, his relationships, and old age... in the style of Pound's Cantos.
18 Aug 2007  One-Liners (by Julian X)  A collection of several one-line poems on various subjects.
17 Aug 2007  Vespucci (by Julian X)  On Thoreau, Vespucci, and the paradoxes of American identity.
16 Aug 2007  Lucinda Part 2 (by Marc Sobel)  An illustrated poem about caffeine addiction.
15 Aug 2007  Quoth the Sadomasochist (by Julian X)  On Zeus and unrestrained sexuality.
13 Aug 2007  And Still He Stands upon the Railroad Track (by Julian X)  A narrative villainelle about a father, a daughter, and a train.
11 Aug 2007  Sappho’s Frag. 31 (by Julian X)  A new translation of Sappho, employing computer typesetting techniques.
10 Aug 2007  A Subway Driver's Lament (by Marc Sobel)  An illustrated poem about "unavoidable delays."
8 Aug 2007  Improper Usage (by Julian X)  On regulating sex.
audio available6 Aug 2007  Fuck Me in the Morning (by Julian X)  A sparse poem on a girl who loved poetry and playing the lover.
audio available5 Aug 2007  In Some Distant Place, a Fire (by Sean Garcia)  The poet realizes that he is watching something dear, burning.
audio available4 Aug 2007  “The South is a Story That Doesn’t Know It’s a Story Telling Stories” (by Julian X)  On the American South.
4 Aug 2007  On the Perch Near the Birch (by Marc Sobel)  An illustrated poem about doves.
audio available1 Aug 2007  Ballad of a Failed Race Car Driver (by Sean Garcia)  A bluegrass love song on the intersection of quotidian and dreams.
audio available31 Jul 2007  le Carlin (by Julian X)  A poem, in French, about the pug.
audio available30 Jul 2007  l'Esprit évacué (by Julian X)  A meditation, in French, about death and forgetting.
30 Jul 2007  A Dream About Tom Waits (by Marc Sobel)  A strange confluence of celebrity and imagination.
29 Jul 2007  Seven Months (by Marc Sobel)  The poet learns he is going to be a father.
audio available28 Jul 2007  Mr. Jones and Me (by Julian X)  A portrait of poverty in a world of stock markets, slick advertising, and sick politics.
audio available27 Jul 2007  Marketing Genius (by Julian X)  On the commodification of genius, such as it may be ascertained.
audio available24 Jul 2007  Nancy (by Julian X)  On fierce loving and fiercer fighting.
audio available24 Jul 2007  Untitled (by Sean Garcia)  A reflection on the passage of childhood.
audio available23 Jul 2007  femme sans assez d’espace (by Julian X)  A poem, in French, on fire, eyes, and a woman without enough space.
21 Jul 2007  The Ballad of St. Mark's Place (by Marc Sobel)  A meditation on aging and the transformation of cities.
audio available17 Jul 2007  The Ape Cheers at the Bride's Vagina (by Julian X)  On marriage, society, and poetry.
17 Jul 2007  Insomnia (by Marc Sobel)  "All good poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings."  - William Wordsworth
audio available16 Jul 2007  I Want a Girl Like Doctor Doom's (by Julian X)  Just what it says on the box.
adult contentaudio available14 Jul 2007  Fragments of a Formerly Active Sex Life (excerpt) (by Julian X)  An excerpt from a fractured, searching, brutal, silent, senseless, mad poetic epic about sex and sexual longing.
audio available10 Jul 2007  Objets de méditation (by Julian X)  A poem, in French, about finding bodies in a washing machine.  Inspired by real events.
10 Jul 2007  The Forgotten Painting (by Marc Sobel)  A tragic poem about eternal love.
audio available9 Jul 2007  Self-Exile as a Means of Preventing Prophecy (by Julian X)  On a moment -- and its implications.
audio available6 Jul 2007  Short Poems (by Julian X)  A collection of several short poems on various subjects.
audio available5 Jul 2007  Evolution (by Sean Garcia)  On monkeys, bananas, and Darwin... in a bastardization of Alexander Pope.
audio available3 Jul 2007  He dared, the muses said (by Julian X)  On the man who defiled every book in Barnes & Noble.
audio available2 Jul 2007  Yes, Angel (by Julian X)  Loving from distant points of view, yet no less the stronger for it.
adult contentaudio available1 Jul 2007  I Want to Fuck like 9/11 (by Julian X)  On sex, post-9/11:  you know the administration plays these games in private.

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