|Thoreau moments after losing his mustache in the woods.|
"It is a ridiculous demand which England and America make, that you shall speak so they can understand you."
- Thoreau (in Walden) offering a comment on (the intelligence of) his readership.
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|Cuetzpaltzin after having his poems misunderstood by Cortes.|
|Arreguin's The Bull Got Into the Flower Garden|
|What Sontag means by having her photograph taken in a doorway is that... what she is trying to say is... Oh! and by wearing her hair down, well that is obviously a nod toward... And the leather jacket! Anyone can see that by rocking the leather jacket she is making a statement about...|
|Rodin's Poet and Critic.|
|Baudelaire with dog hidden in shirt.|
|The thick smear of a blue spot.|
|Who knows why or should|
|The, um, frosting on the cake. aka 'Looking Inwardly Serious.'|
|Nietzsche, moments after God shouted "Nietzsche is dead!"|
|Sartre seeing against himself.|
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|the seeing fields and the hearing forest|
|the four hoarse men harassing|
|Paul Nelson playing 'I Spy Pim'|
|Bill Carty impersonating Bill Carty|
|George Ciardi casting an analog spell|
|Alex Bleecker reading five poems at once|
|Jeremy Springsteed cropping his fingers off|
|Sierra Nelson has published more books than she has hands|
|The Editor drank so much wine his hands, even, were blurry|
|Self Portrait of Myself Writing This Blog|
|Dylan Thomas with several invisible trolls searching his chins for an apple.|
|Mr. Wang (with broom) representing Ping, and Mr. Shan (sans broom) as Pong.|
|How poets should compose.|
|Korg during his time as Poetic Consultant to Ireland's football team (2010). The Irish failed to qualify for the World Cup, though Korg stated famously "won, we've won, before the games've begun." He was sacked shortly thereafter under suspicions that he was "delusional." When asked to respond, he stated simply: "I'm unaware of any accusations against me."|
|Olympia Press's evocative cover. (oh the understatement!)|
|Critics par excellence!|
|Armstrong at last month's Cascadia Poetry Festival|