Yasiin Bey hopes for a summit meeting with Jay-Z and Harry Belafonte to discuss the arena's effect on Brooklyn.
It's called "Obama in Asheville."
"There once was a man named Abe Lincoln/ Whose Union was rapidly shrinkin' ... "
But who will play the fly?
The chronicler of the second wave died at home in California.
Real or fake (please be real?), this poetic salute to "the smart Ninja Turtle" is one for the history books, or at least This Week in Internet.
And a few of his worsts, as well.
"The marriage of poor kim #kardashian / was krushed like a kar in a krashian."
Opening line: "In the evening-dark of a place outside New York..."
From the artist's posthumous 'Every Thing On It.'
Here's "Forgetfulness" and "Brush Up."
Real and self-published.
Read the winning haiku.
"My love sleeps besides me — / in the faint light — I see his manly jaw."
"The O'Hara poems are beautiful and deceiving. On one level they feel frivolous, but O'Hara always ties them up with a significant event or line that pulls everything taut..\"
"And Jesus said to/All his hungry disciples/'Hands off my fish, chumps'"
"I believe that you are to have a Birthday soon ... "
"Civilization / I destroy it to feel like / I'm a part of you."
Crashed cars! Publishers running off solar power! Tennyson quotes!
This isn't even the worst part: 'Elvis white trash / Elvis the Memphis flash / Elvis didn’t smoke hash and woulda been a sissy without Johnny Cash.'
The thick-mustachioed activist against the grumpy contrarian!
If you want a Bolaño book that’s not going to tip your car over, 'The Romantic Dogs' has you covered.
The ravaged settings in which many of D. Nurkse’s new poems take place...