[NetBehaviour] unsettled, sunken, shifting debris writing

Alan Sondheim sondheim at panix.com
Fri Apr 15 19:32:30 CEST 2016

unsettled, sunken, shifting debris writing


Parking lot next to 'our' building in Providence; it's slowly
sinking (much of Providence in this area as built on wetlands).
We'll shift! We'll sink soon!

then: the high arctic is still unsettled - while the former is a
north-south meandering boarder used the preposition 'across,' as
if there were an unsettled landscape in wandering, confusions,
fickle, wavering, vague. crash of an airliner cut off the room's
angry unsettled replies. going back, flickering, my hands and
wrists trembling as the wings fell around me, then

one was there to protect the settlers

one was there to protect the settlers

impossible to write these days unsettling gloom,
clouds overhead, the vicinity, a countryside with scoria
and rills. she found it impossible to write these days,
unsettling gloom, clouds overhead, spaces where i don't
belong. the bird, the unsettling effect of the act
renders the transfiguration all the more marvelous

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