Tuesday, October 30, 2007

talks about troubles

promised. declared. expected.
added. cited.

powered. published.
threatened. plagued. complicated.

fixed. confirmed. used.
served. unnamed.

--Evie Shockley

Mukasey Unsure About Legality of Waterboarding
WSJ: Google in talks with cell carriers
NASA Ponders Space Station Troubles

Friday, October 26, 2007

No Truce Now

Longtime downstream of the relic union,
coal-fired gangsters are shylocking billions
to our hangdog daughter. We've milled

similar missiles, jeopardized everything
to the prevailing war god. Streaming far
into the dead country, six deals west

of the brink, she's ballistic with cheapskate
retaliation, a ground-launched killer
striking rockets at a paper lake.

-- David Stinson

Putin warns of new Cuban missile crisis
No truce in tri-state water war
Greg Scarpa Sr. talked too much, mobster says

Wave Point Merger

ditched its previous commitment to an agreed merger
might be tempted to cash in willing to pitch high
wondered enough activity to make sense caught the wave

relentless media focus to dominate virtual life
on trial accused of catastrophic series of errors
control room a scene of confusion chaos and indecision

acted in an aggressive and threatening manner
mistook for terrorist seven hollow point dumdum
no need to comply challenged illegal shot

-- Clark Allison

The future of virtual worlds
De Menezes ‘reacted like a suicide bomber’
No Resolution

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Words On Television

A singer expected to cancel the appearance of the moon,
performing a satellite concert of night-activated images.
"He attempted a meetup with the P.M. yesterday,"

said Mr. Solar. "Latched on and snuggled up
close to the belly." (Misconstrued his mission.)
"Has ambitions to be President of the Human Nation
        by 2020."

"Is he a Communist satellite, then?" urged Senator Lunar.
"To be commander of a damaged work is a curse."
Gospel engineers somersault the singer to orbit.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Gay Rights Group Criticizes Obama
Discovery Docks With Space Station
China Sends Its First Probe for the Moon Into Space

Sunday, October 21, 2007

Atomic Wind Coming

Early burning across the tar days of war season
hammers attention like a ticking sentence.
As embers, local smoke on the condor's horizon,

diplomats ballyhoo the company material.
Outlaws engulf a cul-de-sac church,
speaking wildfire grace in traditional

anonymity. They satellite beach-side
images, evacuate finally to a honey
canyon river, still unidentified.

-- David Stinson

UN Eyes Pics Of Possible Syria Nuke Site
Wildfires force evacuations in Calif.
Unhappy customer strikes back at Comcast

Friday, October 19, 2007

Set-Piece Pattern Daze

wandering as if in a daze gazing at onlookers
the structure and trappings of neo-noir
impressive set-piece scenes are extended monologues

an electrifying disquisition laying out the moral
infused with a powerful sense of place
to change the tired old pattern

art isn’t there a lot of people won’t get it
exploring transmutation that underpins mechanics
pacing the floors on three cameras slumping to the

--Clark Allison

'Gone Baby Gone': Darktown, By Kurt Loder
Clegg urges Lib Dems to be bolder
Mark Wallinger's bear is favourite for Turner Prize

Thursday, October 18, 2007

Unknown Ocean Highway

A television painted exile rallying backwards
into the carnival heartland. Past city cliffs
draped in reptile musicians, glacial acrobats

danced to the python coast, raved
a spontaneous dawn mirrored red
in the habitat of traffic. The self imposed

towner harmonized postcard symbolism,
his glittering joy barely evidenced,
lurking like a fossil technology.

-- David Stinson

Benazir Bhutto's Massive Welcome
Toilet Terror
For early humans, a beach party and clam bake in S. Africa

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Paying Survivor Remains

Behind retirement, collecting thought
like isolated pay-outs, she sussed
husbands from leeward back waters.

Scattered out at boom resorts,
midnight sharks rise cloudy
to her American commotion.

Windward of her wondering,
predators lashed the shore
to ordeal her ceremony.

-- David Stinson

Trade winds will continue over next several days
First Baby Boomer Files For Social Security
Woman, 52, recounts battle with great white shark

Friday, October 12, 2007

Tribe Measures Attacks

In time, some attack of those so-called rockets
released an omen, a sprawling western resolution
anybody can see, a contemporary classic

of such rarity that thousands of wounded approved.
Clearly, the genocide illustrated determination,
killing Indians and a turkey back-to-back.

Is there any measure that forces a victory?
A heavy world exists. Harm will come
on the outskirts of day and night.

-- Andrew Neuendorf

Armenian Genocide Measure Will Go Forward
Pitching reigns for Sox, Tribe
Attacks on Camp Victory kill two in Iraq

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Talk Angles Footage

mis-edited footage mistake to deceive the public
not about cuts but about the creative future
blur these summer incidents into the six-year strategy

lot of cement carved moulding modern art
as crackdown continues died under interrogation
rejected negotiations but prepared to make adjustments

has agreed to talk if drops her confrontational stance
trying to work things out from a variety of angles
fall into the river head out into the rain

--Clark Allison

Thompson: Lambert 'behaved disgracefully'
Burma activist dies under interrogation, says rights group

Sunday, October 07, 2007

Again Against Replace

gunsmoke to whispers its approach dances that,
without midnight root bellied with or any interfering,
wolves to appears other bury drooling that.

a and deadwood the pokes of,
of pangs the past the,
of numbness the itch the.

a and tiger the shoulder of,
without gators alligator tailgate with or long according,
without canals relic gravedigger with and under playing.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

5 reasons we love the Western movie
Bayou catches fire as LSU rally cooks Gators
A shot of peppers may halt dental pain

Friday, October 05, 2007

Important Theory Revealed

The belief that life is on the rise and going on a world
Tour reformed girl band the Institute of Education in
London say the theory of evolution could be should be a

Sign putting words down before the long summer
Recess makes the teaching of the world a big love song a
Significant part of the finalised 'yes' from everyone thousands

Of millions of years ago we called into existence a classic as
Described in the Bible or the Qur'an The Spice Girls single
Would make a problem of the theory as we press ahead

-- Martin Stannard

Brown brings forward key statements amid election fever
Experts call for creationism in the classroom
Spice Girls to release new single

Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Likely Impossible Complex

Korea has agreed to disable
a delusional Britney Spears.
It is ready to dismantle the princess

before making up the murder.
Expect six months of testimony
because of a scheduling snafu.

The agreement builds on an earlier plan
to end the princess and her companion
and is unlikely to reach a scientific conclusion.

-- Rupert M Loydell

N. Korea to disable nuclear complex
Britney Spears: Oops, missed my drug test!
Inquest jury told it may be impossible to know whether Princess Diana was pregnant at death

Open House Present

Bruce Springsteen is planning for withdrawal.
He will not entertain President Bush
or skipper the Pentagon team.

Republicans were sent into a frenzy
by banjo-infused social criticism
and needed to talk about ownership.

The E Street Band said it would do nothing
and launched into Iraq with up-tempo rock.
This was the first salvo of a magic combat.

-- Rupert M Loydell

House Passes Bill on Pullout
Omar Minaya, Mets publicly endorse Willie Randolph
Springsteen performs "Magic" in tour open