A Fragment - The Statue at the End of the Earth at Sea - taken from the Journal of an Escapade by the Author where was seen all manner of things
A observation of those waiting for access to the amusements found in The Fun House with its three floors: Orbis elisium, Orbis infernum, and Orbis terrae
A Portrait of an Early Childhood by the Sea (A Fragment from the Journal of an Escapade by the Author)
and—as evidenced above—THIS THEATRE is the work of two centuries, of schemes and rhymes, of rhymes and tales, of tales and tropes found in years of works are these thence made with annotations and notes and best arranged in this Modern Age with Odes and Verse, Sonnets and Tone-Poems, Variations written on a Theme; Stories, of which are found Pieces divers, Tragedies and Vitrolics, Farces and Falsehoods whose conclusions are deduced sôlely by the Reader; and Tales, filled to the utmost capacity with sophic arguments regarding the Laws of Time eternal fleeting; and, The Eternal Laws of Physics are as they were invented in Nature for mocking Reality.
An observation for that which may have happened or imagined.
clothed in her nakedness of an elegance serene
and countenance of distant mirth
An affiche regarding Cupid’s Hand-books for Popular Use of Morals and Mores during Courtship.
On Cigarettes and Gin; On Fragrances and Tea; On Ghost Anemones and Seahorses; On Passionelles Engaged; On Tableaux performed where the measure of hours have ceased; On Corsets; On Consuls; On Fancy, Mirth and Wit; On the Caesura of Despondence; On Fleeting Nights at Sea
This piece was composed with words from Edgar Poe, John Keats, and Percy Bysshe Shelley après Charles Baudelaire with the method employed by Tristan Tzara.
the dirges of Hope
Fade far away, on the foam, in embalmèd darkness of perilous seas, O’er which clouds are brightening
A verse-piece written in the Terminus-Realms of Dreams as regards a woman who was met there.
Of the Mermaid‑Empress with her blonde tresses
pageboy‑styled and wearing her opaque black stockings with ankle‑strap shoes
lounged as Venus in the tide pools:
All ages of Sleep are epochal and apocryphal for the dreams remembered after wakened even if they are Lies.
Confluent currents of Fate
formed by Chance from three-hundred years of Muses Dreams forsaken and therewith returned are they
by Sleep or in the solitude
Verse-piece regarding the concept of Thought that utilizes an automated Cut-up technique for resetting the free verse typography.
That Logic should exist
as temperance for Thoughts of Reason where single belief may be exclaimed as Truth
or Frolic since Reason and Logic are harboured by Sense
illustrate the sublime nature of Chaos
An aged Gentleman who wrote poems.
Ravens for Thoughtfulness Intelligence Illumination and Love
Rooks for Poignancies
A simple sonnet of Sorrow.
replaced by platinotype tristesse
until the edge of the risen Sky Solace-rising seen;
A Portrait of an Early Childhood by the Sea (A Fragment from the Journal of an Escapade by the Author).
And, as all voyages are
eccentricities, as sojourns in wakened states and dreams in states sublime are voyages.
A observation of those waiting for access to the amusements found in The Fun House with its three floors: Orbis elisium, Orbis infernum, and Orbis terrae.
amoungst all of the sacred and profane beliefs,
in descendences from every liege-language,
were Three Grand Tours
Thoughts are ponderous skeins oft made by insignificance found from Hours, Graces and Fates.
Glass eyes in large blue-glass jars filled with piss from the thirteen Graces
Empress Winter’s fulsome laughter seen as particles of light at dawn
Shadows of great winged creatures flying that are never to be seen
Dew on honeysuckle vines twining’d the lighthouse of Pharos
Epitaphs writing themselves on the tendrils of opium’d air
A short story that concerns Memories and Memory.
Tell me a Tale, said the Forest with a sinuous cacophony of voices; and, we shall let you enter.
Huckleberry Hermes Fox has his evening reverie interrupted.
Dame Gwendolyn Snood had begun practicing her aria lessons in her garden, for her recital as The Soubrette.
The first chapter of an observation on the eternal clockwork spheres of Man’s existence as seen in Paris, 1913.
Alliances and Ententes existed: France, 1913 — Patriots and Ministers sought the divine virtues of Imperialism under the Arguments presented by Mars.