Jackson Mac Low

Twenties 26 - Poem by Jackson Mac Low

Undergone swamp ticket relative
whist natural sweep innate bicker
flight notionreach out tinsel reckoning
bitstraddleiniquitous ramble stung

Famous furniture instant paschal
passionate Runnymede licorice
feature departure frequency gnash
lancesweat lodge rampart crow

Neck Bedlam philosophaster rain drape
lack fragile limitation bitartrate
fence lenghen tinge impingeclassed
Fenster planetary knocked market

Glass killjoy vanityinfanta part song
kingcleanse vast chromium watch it
neatintense yellow cholera
ornithology insistence pantry

Torque normal fax center globe host
yammer ratchet zinc memory
yieldtexturetenure Penelope
reed liter risible stashed incomprehension

11 February 1990
Kennedy Airport. New York
en route to San Diego

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 20, 2003

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