Thursday, February 23, 2012

Highest British Trial

His London, as left to the judge, is a compound without peace
Drowning the follow-up fruit of the defense
His wife established in 95% of British crimes, over the years

Norwich women found pleading parole to Nairobi citrus men
As women of Uganda eat U.N.-backed oranges from Somalia
Unusual, though observational, and a Federal issue in London

Gabe, at highest risk, said the judge issued life without acquittal
To men without oranges, due process involving impressive
And an ambitious jury of colleagues

-- gabrielle brabazon

Ala. judge acquits man accused of drowning newlywed wife
An Orange a Day Keeps Stroke Away
Somalis Unconvinced by London Conference

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Sound of Paying

Sparked the hand a wireless wave, spring-driven
Sparked streaming, in the automated offspring
Sparked Mademoiselle, the miss sound of the gong

Sparked Balance, sparked a complex system of
Honorific sushi traffic jam, sparked tears of parting
Sparked hunger in the morning, four brass kiss

Pictures, poems banished from mechanical forms, mapped
Pockets sparked bank account rent solidarity fast
Sparked the hand a wireless wave, spring-driven

-- Andrew K. Peterson

Pa. museum automaton has link to Scorsese's 'Hugo'
'Mademoiselle' Exits Official France
Tibetan New Year begins on a 'somber' note

Blue Smoke Standing

like a waiter’s nightmare at a luau
like plump hands on the honeymoon table
folding up three seconds in eternity

like mixing then folding of cut
salt raised from the lake, leaving
like thin palm rounds scarcer than hunger

like ordering rounds of city in a half-purse moon
like the rolling occasion of unscheduled leaving
like blue smoke standing

-- Andrew K. Peterson

How Waiters Read Your Table
Kidnapping Survivor Elizabeth Smart gets Married in Hawaii
Tibetans' (Forbidden) Special Treat

Sinking Says Killing

Officials said faulty brakes were suspected
Of pharmacists and witnesses said the
Medicines for people aboard the

Implantation cannot force pharmacies
To a fertilized egg, killing. Officials
Said the implantation of a fertilized

Egg, operator of drugs. The state's
True goal was to dispense such medicine.
A statement by their probe into the implantation.

-- jGnoetry and edde addad

Italian Investigators Expand Cruise-Ship Sinking Probe
Argentine commuter train crashes, killing 49 people
Judge says Wash. can't make pharmacies sell Plan B

Sunday, February 12, 2012

49,000 fatal photos

This struggling chassis is lightweight
than its University consumers twice.
Top-to-bottom Marijuana marijuana.

Flash-memory: Experts were over Canadian
Beyoncé. Yes, but of what? Digital motor face
is by hot bod battery revamp.

blood collision will further alcohol distribution
opportunity. Ivy is hoping driving strutting next
to Blue ultra-thin traditional exit drugs.

-- Paul Christian

Beyoncé and Jay-Z Share First Photos of Baby Blue Ivy!
Apple to disrupt notebook space with MacBook Pros
Don't smoke pot, drive -- you're twice as likely to crash

Thursday, February 09, 2012

Every Number Positive

in ever cheerfully enticements seasons current slow
under the years episodes intuitive
to ever now perceptions math fringed longer

papers talented of presence and rhythmic
at the pencils tremors tiny
by the canteen belt telltale

conveyer successful by couple and one
things enjoyable in masquerade or warped
to ever equally palm hand acceptable fictitious

--  Glenn R. Frantz

Hugh Laurie on the last episodes of 'House': interview
Tai Chi May Help Parkinson's Patients Regain Balance
Russian city bans spreading of 'homosexual propaganda'

Wednesday, February 01, 2012

Surrealist Land Grab

On Pennsylvania Avenue, a brittle
Richard Nixon enters a hallway filled
with a long series of identical doors

leading to an empty room. On Wall Street,
a giant yellow sunflower illuminates
two entranced young women capping

a plastic Immaculate Conception. While
on Main Street, 99 percent of Americans
living at home are sleeping on taboo ground.

-- Angela Genusa

Occupy Has Captured Nation's Attention, If Not Its Cities
February 2012 Contemporary Poetry Reviews
Dorothea Tanning, Surrealist Painter and Poet, Dies at 101