Chris Edwards Poems
- Bio Many of you out there Will have encountered a world of ...
- Anthropomorphics Having been struck and left outside the ...
- The Awful Truth Despite the vast data at hand pertaining to...
- Dear Sir Madam, It has been drawn to our attention that Oskar...
- A Marvel Five months after being mauled by his illusionist,...
- On The Turn Like the twang of an old complaint, the pong of...
- No Bid In the beginning he’d herd people clocking up the ...
Chris Edwards is the Sydney-based author of utensils in a landscape (Vagabond Press, 2001) and A Fluke: A mistranslation of Stéphane Mallarmé's "Un coup de dés S¼" (Monogene, 2005). He has published poetry in a variety of Australian journals and online at Jacket Magazine and Poetry International. He edited Robert Adamson's Mulberry Leaves: Selected Poems 1970-2001 and Inside Out: An Autobiography and is an associate editor of Boxkite. more »
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Many of you out there
will have encountered a world of calamity and ruin
with one last gasp at the end of it
and clearly labelled the instructions:
“this Day the Suprise Transport”
“port Saild from this”
and so on.
Not on our planet
that destination lingers –
“animae viles, a sort of
excrementitious mass, that could be projected,
and accordingly was projected – ”
as detritus, cast “from the depth of a shipwreck”
floundering in the blast of an abandoned broadcast – ...