Thursday, August 2, 2012
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
That tragedies can destroy what happiness there is in an instant.
That countless are dying and being killed right now.
That considering this is doing nothing to solve the problem.
As the whore packs his junk into a codpiece.
As a president signs lives away with her pen.
As I realize, again, how much less I am here without you.
Who I’ll never know.
Monday, July 11, 2011
Sunday, July 3, 2011
You see the stars bleed their red troubles
across the junked night sky. You hear
the white light of the universe grinding
on an axis bold as love. You know
the blue purpose of our future. This is
the space age. And we are here to go.
Friday, June 17, 2011
That dog, that tennis ball
that piece of asphalt?
All the same yet all different!
That's holy! Holy is the curb
and my tennis shoe. Holy is every
eyelash and every flake of skin. Holy
is the sick wan light of the supermarket
and that old woman thumping
the melons two for one. Holy is
the surprise in the crackerjack box. Holy
is that baseball and the thrum of the sea.
Holy the shark's tooth and the wound.
Holy the black hole and the supernova.
Holy the infinite banged out
expansion of our universe which will
someday recollect into the cosmic
cannonball of each and every thing
only to explode again. Holy is
the ten million-named God-Matter
which is us and not us and everything
else simultaneously. Amen.
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Exercise: Translate the following:
1. The waiter gave them a table near the window. He asked the waiter for bread, butter, and a cup of coffee. First, the waiter brought him a glass of water. Again, he told the waiter what he wanted.
2. "I don't know why Pedro doesn’t serve us," he said. "This waiter, he repeats each sentence twice. The water he brought me, I can’t drink.”
"What are we going to do now?" she asked.
"I’m going to smoke a cigar and read the newspaper. There's a story about today's bulls."
The waiter brought him what he wanted. He read the newspaper then they went home.
3. He asked her for a glass of milk and some bread and cheese.
"I ate all the vegetables the waiter brought me," she said.
"Did you talk to the landlord about the rent?" he asked.
"I had to tell the truth," she said. She wanted to tell him something else, but she couldn't.
4. He met her in a restaurant. From time to time he gives her money. They had to buy her a Spanish/English dictionary.