Artchil Daug

Artchil Daug Poems

1. A Prelude To Bukowski's 'A Man' 8/19/2012
2. Wise Until He Opened His Mouth 8/19/2012
3. An Accident In Barcelona 8/19/2012
4. Social Networking And A Notepad 8/19/2012
5. Where Is Lost. 8/19/2012
6. The Ugliest Man In Town 8/19/2012
7. Guilty Lovers 8/19/2012
8. Anomie 8/19/2012
9. Falling Late One Night In Hong Kong 8/19/2012
10. The Quest Of A Firefly One Summer Evening 8/19/2012
11. Please Give These Flowers To Madame Henrietta 8/19/2012
12. They Cried For The Moon 8/19/2012
13. Their Ears Were Not Enough 8/19/2012
14. Unpoetic Rumblings For An Unpoetic Age 8/19/2012
15. Portrait Of A Sleeper As Professor 8/19/2012
16. Progress 8/20/2012
17. Pantomime Of A Madman: Heaven 8/20/2012
18. Pantomime Of A Madman: Damnation 8/20/2012
19. Pantomime Of A Madman: Salvation 8/20/2012
20. Pantomime Of A Madman: Atonement 8/20/2012
21. Pantomime Of A Madman: Infidelity 8/20/2012
22. Pantomime Of A Madman: Crucifixion 8/20/2012
23. Pantomime Of A Madman: Vilification 8/20/2012
24. Prognostications 8/20/2012
25. Lichtung 8/20/2012
26. Plato 8/20/2012
27. The Church Of Latter Day Atheists 8/20/2012
28. Masks And Madness 8/20/2012
29. Freedom 8/20/2012
30. A Joke 8/20/2012
31. Hopeless 8/20/2012
32. Experienced Innocence 8/20/2012
33. Death 8/20/2012
34. Dreams 8/20/2012
35. Oilslam 8/20/2012
36. Hijab 8/20/2012
37. Historical 8/20/2012
38. Wrong Side Of Midnight 8/19/2012
39. Atheistic Humanism 8/19/2012
40. Accidental Firing 8/19/2012

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The Camel In The Desert

The house on the hill embraced
the desert of desolation that lies beyond
the town of Pied Cow north of the Atlantean clouds
and beneath the rocks of the earth, where a camel
lived in isolation without servants nor disciples
to converse with in the ways of being a camel and
the storm that brought him there in that house
on the hill that exerts gravity on the sands of the desert
like the sun that created ripples and formed orbits
around the camel that sat calmly on his earthly chair
without a world to suffer with alone in contemplation
as if a monk who in his ...

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Where Is Lost.

Lost is where
they found the dead squirrel
up the attic below
the family boxes and photo albums
with its blood dripping
over the window sill
of time slices
kept in the luggage
a pound of smoke
held inside a woman's purse
inside a taxi
in the midst of a world contained
in the stale air
of unmoving sound.

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