Thursday, August 29, 2013

Surrounding Which Reflecting

peaks not sensor and power spikes would no
raise not freedom and power citizens have possible
breadwinner joint wage the the shirt paid tougher

weapons joint wage the the titan shell deadlier
attack counter own with least likely opposition a
readings counter largest over least minimum data a

ocean counter frozen behind least thicker floor a
heavenly did the facing moon the gravity led that
confident has the poring hour the gravity said that

-- Glenn R. Frantz

We've cracked riddle of ANTIGRAVITY mountains on Titan
Syria behind chemical attack, British intel concludes
Fast-food workers continue fight against low wages

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Fears Leave Today

Catastrophic car bombs
deeply unsettled officials
on opposite sides.

Inside a shrill sloganeering square:
unsettling silence.
Policemen muttered; protestors sat still.

So much screaming so early.
In full force, 18,000 gathered
today in one direction.

-- Gary Glauber

Deadly Blasts in Lebanon Raise Fears of Sectarian Conflict
Not Again: A Gang Rape in Mumbai Leaves India Reeling
One Direction Rocks Biggest 'Today' Show Crowd Ever

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Holding This House

Looking for a little home
is enough to test this history.
A chance to add another notch in time.

It's difficult to imagine
a house containing secrets
that would destroy the first white surrender.

All eyes front -
Patiently focused in one impromptu direction.
This Is Us

-- Winston Plowes

England out to make history at The Oval
US government wouldn't force reporters to destroy computers
One Direction premiere: Is this it?

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Reeling the Ghost

The mystique of the modern-day Edison,
a troubled cultlike figure begs, the rise of the dominant
echoes questions about his fate

No expectation of privacy, thrust into the surveillance
state, spurring the legend into meaningful action
following fired uproar

The technophiles facing injury thrust brilliant,
his burgeoning title role finished
to solidify an early death

-- Chelsea P. Rubin

The cult of Steve: A Q&A with ‘Jobs’ director
Google: Email Users Have ‘No Legitimate Expectation Of Privacy’
The Patriots got very lucky on Wednesday

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

On Finding Life

Reading of an Alabama sex parasite
fighting for businessman consciousness
after studying medical rats...

"Eating brain rare,"
apparently official scientists said,
"continues on to Tuesday and after death."

"Swallowed hearts," some report,
"have shed brief human possibilities,
a verdict infected with a light electrical charge"

-- M.P. Manahan

Boy infected with rare brain-eating amoeba in Florida
Possible Hints of Consciousness After Death Found in Rats
Ala man dies moments after child sex conviction

Sunday, August 11, 2013

Three Diversionary Worlds

the eponymous pyramid
abandoned but not ruined
secrets of a jade globe

a chameleon on stucco
the richest mixture of TV shows
decorated with actual feathers

trotting up to visit the spirit of the mountain
it's a summit of downtrodden tourists

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Mayan sculpture discovered in Guatemalan pyramid
How Obama's Putin Snub Is Playing Out in Russia
Matt Damon talks about Neill Blomkamp's 'Elysium'

Pro-Regime Curve Split

treacherous curve sharply reduced speed ignored warnings
total derailment at 111mph lose contact with rails
four seconds later applied emergency brakes

series explosions ripped weapons depot at least
and injuring fireball hundreds of feet into the air
some seriously dozens wounded blew up pro-regime after rocket

shedding certain belongings nothing to do with marital split
nothing without some kind of strategy or agenda
rings with the tenor of the times another game he is playing

-- Clark Allison

Spanish train driver ignored 3 warnings to reduce speed
Syria: Homs Explosions Kill At Least 40 People
Charles Saatchi to auction off sculptures and installations