Re: Quick guide to postmodernism & time - all is quiet on th western front


Subject: Re: Quick guide to postmodernism & time - all is quiet on th western front
From: miriam clinton (iriXx) (iriXx@iriXx.org)
Date: Thu Oct 06 2005 - 14:59:38 EDT


just have to say... that is so beautiful...

sylvi macCormac wrote:

>in the present past post modern where W nears the sea
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>passing through in dawn down down
>on Beatty street where W nears the sea
>what ghostly apparition entering my soul
>how old was is she he carrying me in ecstasy
>full crashing past five thousand stories
>wondering who and why
>this spirit transporting to some scape
>neither you nor i recall or remember
>this other inhabiting warping in the weave
>likening to love transcending grubby roads
>where strange birds live and die
>in gutters beside high risings
>not you nor i in something far away
>forgiving this dying self
>decomposing on the hill
>in the present past post modern
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>sylvi & see through publishing fall 1996
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>Kevin Austin wrote:
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>>On time :
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>>http://www.percepp.demon.co.uk/time.htm
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>>Are you aboard?
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>>Best
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>>Kevin (en training)
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>>At 12:53 -0700 2005/10/05, Eliot Handelman wrote:
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>>>Kevin Austin wrote:
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>>>>What is time?
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>>>si nemo a me quaerat, scio; si quaerenti explicare velim, nescio.
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>>>-- augustine
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