Friday, March 10, 2006

John Mercuri Dooley

'I’ section from "MuBet," a mutating poem. It changes as I enter phrases and sentences alphabetically on an ongoing basis.

I actually do like this. I always expect the Fourth of July to be something. I always think forests scare me but they don't. I am all the wrong clothes. I asked why baby wipes were in the men's room. I beg you don't bite off the spaghetti. I believe I can fly. I bet you can't resist. I bet you'll laugh if I say mullet. I can imagine a reach around. I can insert a few days. I can see through my new glasses. I can see you see my sickness. more...


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