Windows-Tracks / 2 in a Room

                                                   

2 in a Room  Closer

Jan Kölling  2014

                                                                                                   

.

.

….to get the news from poems….

Lightship-Traffic / Jan Kölling

.

.

            It is difficult
to get the news from poems
yet men die miserably every day
for lack
of what is found there.

 

—William Carlos Williams

 

Emak Bakia / Opaque

 

 JMW Turner Slave-ship

 

.

all

thoughts alike

tar

ashes hue

a death far ahead of

 

Exfoliate!

chromatis juxtapositions equalize

the bedizen

 

the _ spatial _ force

 

gamming the hours away

god-digging

for white-cell oxygen

 

a

knee-jurkish

zoomorphic outburst

ashes hue

 

atavism resiles

in Psychological CUD

 

resillience broke in wisdom

-sank like a stone

 

life’s devious shipwrecking course

tragus vacuum

loquacious low-life

ending in a carp-kiss -embrace

 

earthly-centred earthling

death-digging wisdom

 

the nebbish-ones are waving their arms

strangled by their compass

 

selling false directions
wrapped in screamwhining artificial blues

 

the crusted thoughts of a thub-thumper

tar

ashes hue

 

 

 

JMW Tanglewood 1896?

 

 

“Sometimes he caught himself listening….

Self-portret

“Sometimes he caught himself listening to the sound of his own voice. He thought that in her eyes he would ascent to an angelical stature; and, as he attached the fervent nature of his companion more and more closely to him, he heard the strange impersonal voice which he recognised as his own, insisting on the soul’s incurable lonliness. We cannot give ourselves, it said: we are our own.”


― James Joyce, Dubliners

The Fighting Temeraire / JMW Tanglewood – American Poet

cropped-josephmallordwilliamturner_thefightingtemerairetuggedtoherlastberthtobebrokenup-001.jpg

.

The Fighting Temaraire

.

.

pale white

&

cripple legged

 

 

caressing the sundance sulphur

in a quay-bricked salty green romance

 

 

-burial at sea

 

 

the Temeraire tall ship vision

 

 

true sailing died

in a smokestack witness

-steamengine  funural sign

 

 

Corp. haunting

 

 

through the deepest cellars

moulderd crossroads kissing

 

 

breakwater

in the coldest streams

 

 

untouched by the calm breeze of a listening wind

the talebearing dust in the object’s head

 

 

Temeraire tall ship vision

smashing one’s face in reflection-                                                                               water

damaging

clarity

 

 

the weather-glass report:

 

a day-strange love

simultaneously

 

leafless

 

 

 

       JMW  Tanglewood   (1875-1951)    1894

 

 

 

MIND MEMORY DISTORTION / BEYOND POETRY & CODE

mind memory distortion

                                                                                                                    Jan Kölling   2014

.

.

c

click the Image

..feeding the Prophets / blowing the dust of the Bookworms…

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 385 other followers

%d bloggers like this: