Poems “written” by text generated from What Would I Say? Better to say, “Poems written of text generated by bot.”
I wrote another poem consisting of posts generated by that handy little what would I say bot.
This one is about … being in one’s mid-20s???
Danced to be a part of Saturday.
Today would happen if she wants it badly enough.
Small wonder, then, that 32 was some faroff planet.
"Kill everyone now!"
patrick cowley - nightcrawler.
"Nightcrawler" was originally recorded by Patrick Cowley as a student attending City College of San Francisco at the Electronic Music Lab in Winter 1973. Patrick sold his college music to Fox Studio, a gay porn company in Los Angeles, and his music was used in many films during the late 70s and early 80s. Hear the rest of the track on "School Daze", a 2LP reissue coming out on Dark Entries/HNYTRX in October 2013.
"I kind of kept hoping that Cujo, the mad dog from another Stephen King book, would descend on the stage and put us all out our misery." —Pat Collins, reviewing the musical version of Carrie choreographed by Debbie Allen and featuring Gene Anthony Ray.
This poster was in the bathroom when I worked at The Maritime Hotel.
Guess where I’ll be first thing in the morning on October 20?! I hope they have a sweet old 10-speed or a basket I can attach to something else.
Paul Cadmus. Le Bain. ©Whitney Museum.
"An acknowledged desire for the male body, and the liberalisation of social conventions gave rise to some daring works from the mid 20th century onwards. In the United States, in spite of its puritan outlook since the Second World War, Paul Cadmus did not balk at depicting a pick up scene between men in a most unlikely Finistère."
—Masculine / Masculine. The Nude Man in Art from 1800 to the Present Day. Musée d’Orsay, Paris, France. 24 September 2013 - 2 January 2014.