Thursday, December 13, 2012

Nobody Should Disturb Me Because I Want To Be Alone And Think About Everything Carefully / Everyone Walked A Period



Joseph A. W. Quintela is in New York City and edits Short, Fast, & Deadly

 

Nobody Should Disturb Me Because I Want To Be Alone And Think About Everything Carefully

Discussion at the door
resulted in letters filled with
time and a proper sense of
domestic crust. We finally

decided, she whispered, that
spectacle transforms many animals
into a crowd. These were
opportunities. But the poem with
new ideas peeked at the
time of culling and slumped.
How is it that pure sensation
is a fugue of she, herself, and
I? How is it that the
supple flux of removal would
so openly thrill? At least
the voice can be traced
on a direct line from
the guest room. At least
the performance of a picturesque
mood can drop the legions
into a machine of water.
At least your heart leads
and the song in the body
is overflowing and a growl
at the calm clairvoyance
of the moon.




Everyone Walked A Period

His work, by stream,
you understand, exactly.
And every tunnel can honor this town.
A professor of backdrop,
as miles of danger seeks
the scorned I.

This charm of time,
like muscle from the pale man,
showing the he observed.

And everyone knows his body,
the tireless attention of a backdrop.
The opened body, the idea
of his body. I stopped, caught
in the artist's urine.

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