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PostSubject: I, Kytar, to you   Wed Apr 27, 2011 6:00 pm

I am-- flight! The green shoot sprawling sky
The trees define the slope of birds on high
spreading shape arching near the glassy clime
structure: sticks into wings--leaves into I'm
the color of an inscribed sun: lion-blue.
I'm proud but my pride is only pleasing you.

Me the bird kite write sleep write right!
Scribble songs for intercoursing starlight
baubles of cloud and wind gold-plated noon
Live up to your perfection and die soon.
Dark carcass of the soul at ladder's loom,
Let angels bear you off and fill the vacuum.

Out of the egg we rose trailing--a tail
of questions: which came first? the wind or sail?
You, and you I shall not answer "who."
But we will row and beck as rooster crew
courting in red the dwellers. Until then,
"Eyes to the 'rize! Our Sun comes climbing in!"
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PostSubject: Re: I, Kytar, to you   Thu Apr 28, 2011 4:25 pm

This was a difficult one to read. Dont know if its suppose to be like that, and its hard to understand what Kytar is talking about. it feels off but like it is suppose to be off.
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PostSubject: Re: I, Kytar, to you   Thu Apr 28, 2011 9:37 pm

Ya, it's modeled off of Charles Olson's projective verse. It is actually supposed to be spaced differently with certain lines spread over the page. I don't know, I'm just experimenting. So far nobody has told me it makes sense to them. What do you think it means? It might help me.
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