weekly daily hebdomadaire

------------------------------------- thoughts on a day _____________

daily weekly i have to 'deal' with liars, lunatics, maniacs, deluded ones, self deceivers, praters, complainers, delayers, sick ones , depressives,
__ fat brains no brains no anything!

stupid grandiose cheaters, thieves, pests, whiners, __ driven by greed, fear, and a ___ self-loathing. and these are not even the Schizos! the Schizos that everyone criticizes!

The schizos are a beautiful suffering enigmatic song

Harp of beauty/evasive ciper

___ whereas these monsters of ego, paranoiacs jerks, sly pathetic self ambitious
the self pitiers
and money wankers
the i pod bums
the capitalist robot women floating along in a dream
the lunatic men wrapped in the electronic haze
of the consumer womb
even when they move
they are sedentary molarmaniacs
the depressed will to power of the weak and ugly resentful ones

the rancour of the beautiful ones
raging eyes!

the insecure ones with two apartments
one in the country
another in the city

the owners
of investments
rights, wrongs, stocks,
bogs, bonds,
boos, bahs,

bees' bonnets
of mud
of the future
the just bought a condo couples
and families of half

the deciders and undeciders
the want to be & gonna be
and the judges
forever ganging up in the second
of its

and the lawyers
and hagglers

this this ~


the wrath o f the fat and skinny
t he lonesome and middle class
discontented twos and threes the half baked believers
in capital's good.

capitalism 's only code
saving the few a the infinite
expense of the many
and the universe
getting poorer daily

and the half dead teachers
and gruelers of grammar
the possessers of papers
& tittles degrees, abrogating
arbitrating delegating
the deciders of the future of women men the kids the infinite lines of dead animals the kingdom of peace capped forever in the cashflow of war
and its mutilations and
the justifiers of peace and war for peace the fringers
demanding their 'rights' and the hackers of love
the denizen dozens of security and
old age pension and guarantee
and democracy for all by tiny fewers
and the deciders
of what writers do and dont do
the editors and bookmakers
and the doctors and engineers
the premieres and members of
this committee and that
and the ones who've absconded
the endless hidden wealth
and the my house not your house
my property not yers
the beggars
and con men
the weak kneed
the stony hearted
the dead
the cogs


between these sicknesses
I breath


I find


it a


Call this a book call it a poem ~

'I' have been one of the great ugly ones. Like Schumann at 45 . death to dying at your 'ge. crippled to the knowing love's forty-five fax. this way the pen goes in the nib and the player's dull. creeping bins for loony tunes. vines for carrot cake. tracks for bald pated spook soup.! sheep for lamb coated pull overs. this duffel of winter jackets make love, and its possible.


the man with the golden brain_____________


a lover


There is a saint that loves

not in the flesh

as her lips lips lips veins

I long for as I worry her heart
heart beating beating||

(heart beats beats down the street)

| beats for love||
dear O lady C~ ---------? ||




as the night knows folly so do you too

_________april comes as a shudder. you are sick. tired. not sick, not tired. rain and not rain. as the ruckus and the world. over seer. come along . over its thing. and  between . why not ship its riant self.

___________________________________________________ ive held the world's precious / 
food should be free./ 

______________Alo ng the Main St. Lawrence ____________ a back entrance   
 ________________________________all the naive.

if nothing else


Fear  hold your pages ___. Love , love's your body kissed by the faraway lips. The conch shell with jelly and birds in it. No one knows the secret of power is nonpower. Poetry went to sleep

as you came alive. No, it's      the reverse
as your hand s reach again to me

through the screensky is that you?

Je pense a la tiroir des choses, de distance qui nous sépare.
le tiroir de ciel, et l'eau.

If a man finds a delicate lover does he surrender .   Or cow the pages on which it, desire __________Crosses.

Between your nakedness I come to you woman  
held by this silver lamp ~ ___________ Change I to he in all 


Between your nakedness
I come to you woman
held by this silver lamp ~


Change I to he in all instances


he was in paris, you left him heading home.
 stood there, laughing rather


and away went the jet


_______________ Lovers demand

hands if nothing else.

 take off your clothes



Marcel Proust 1 , témoins 1961. Cette Poesie de Roman

The youtube editor does not permit embedding this video. To me that is perverse, but the videos are worth seeing. Here is the link ________ c'est vraiment un série de vidéo très interessante et en places émouvantes.

-- C'est Samedi le soir a Montréal et le printemps est plus fort chaque jour.

It turns out that one can embed some of the videos alors ~ voila!

Philippe Soupault .

Avec ses amis André Breton et Louis Aragon il participe à l'aventure Dada, qu'il considère comme une « table rase nécessaire », pour ensuite se tourner vers le surréalisme, dont il est un des principaux fondateurs avec André Breton. Avec ce dernier, ils ont en effet écrit le recueil de poésie Les Champs magnétiques en 1919, selon le principe novateur de l'écriture automatique. Ce recueil de poésie peut être considéré comme une des premières oeuvres surréalistes, alors que le mouvement ne se lancera vraiment qu'en 1924 avec le premier Manifeste du surréalisme d'André Breton.

  Soupault also  assisted in the first translation of James Joyce's Ulysses.

Il est cependant exclu du mouvement surréaliste en 1926, avec le motif « trop de littérature », alors que le mouvement surréaliste s'engage dans la cause communiste.

  Soupault also  assisted in the first translation of James Joyce's Ulysses.

Sa poésie est depuis le début très cosmopolite et ouverte aux mouvements d'avant-garde. Soupault fut aussi journaliste, critique, essayiste, producteur à la radio (en compagnie de Paul Gilson) et il est l'auteur de nombreux romans.

I have never read any of his novels.... 

 French remarks about Soupault by
- Jean Cocteau -



at nineteen you wandered the streets


at twenty you wandered the park and street

and wandering for hours and hungry always hungry

Do you feel sorry for him?

Yes and yes I feel for that kid

who was that kid that kid that kid

long hair down to his shoulders and a bag on his back books in it and no foreclosure on the deal on the connection called life

then by chance and love


SOCIALISME (2010) trailer with English subtitles (Jean-Luc Godard)



Dir Jean-Luc Godard, Anne-Marie Miéville, Fabrice Aragno…

2010 France

FILM SOCIALISME / JLG / FILM ANNONCE 6 from Lieutenant D. on Vimeo.


La plainte des oiseaux


plainte des oiseaux ~ une phrase qui est venue a moi .
toi? C'est qui toi? Que-est c'est toi qui démarche bouge et tiens de choses si ... tentative.... O foolish boy of the I.O.Q.


Needed:A Kingsley Hall,a La borde clinic, Needed:A Gorizia, Needed, other assylum, needed _ place
Desired ~:


quelques choses qui passe dans sa tete

___________ c'est quoi /j'ai oubliée _ si quoi Monsieur d? si c'est temps est schizophrénie c'est quoi le corps ? le corps c'est le temps.
quoi quoi ?
le quoi quoi ?
__________________ Il ne 'tap' pas assez vites alors il faut écrits des vers (verres vers loin et proche)
Point. Écrit un point. Et abandonne par ses anciennes amis il se trouve dans 'un brouillard ou toutes les vifs sont vivant.
counting pennies is a pretty funny thing to do pretty stupid __________Mais,____________> la pomme de terre demande
un centime_______________c'est quoi un centime? c'est la mer ou elle vive -

c'est comme ca de temps a temps dans sa vie sa vie ici les entre choses des choses
le place de liberté et non liberté la place de douleur et non douleur on est libres de le je le moment ou on devienne Il

Comme Il
repose dans le dos dos de ton cœur
comme il a passe ses temps seul
est-il malade ce dodo?
c'est une oiseaux?
des fois dans sa vie il est 'entouré-surrounded' par la violence la violence l'en entourée c'est quoi la violence
d'est c'est que il parle? le force contre lui même de pas donner les choix ______________________________________________ surveiller et punir c'est un type de force continuelle mets sur une personne ./une personne c'est quoi ? une personne c'est une machine qui écrit pour vie peut-être même pour sauvez sa vie. c'est comme ça qu'il a commence . on a oubliée les accents et autres chose mais l'esprit oublie pas l'intelligence dans son cœur . Alors peut-être c'est une type de poème ce Jeudi __________________ et toi tu est la? __________________________
le troisième terme des personne c'est le troisième personne

J'aime bien un poem de Tzara Le Desesperanto


head had claws __________________ 2

Revise repair compare deterritorialize laugh your shape and verse to  the eye lifting hand its heart beat socksocksock batbatbat I 
saw your name

he hears brains but has none . hyena hyaline brain is what he's got. trapped? not so. but quite stuck in the pile of wood near the feet. the feet you call them? what's that feet? fret 

the wooden knuckle that buys by the barbarian lute and rips the chord of your parachute and then love falls away a mocking dog tearing up the shorn

this way your eyes get sorer and each hour tears up his lineaments


Duchamp interviews

it seems a bit dated now what Duchamp is saying

                   on the other hand its not!


love what

what cigarette believed love


love love ~ revisions ot the code of ethics

I've no idea what this film looks like or is about. Ive not seen it! In fact, the secret of my cinema is that I have not seen any movies,least of all one called

Love. What is it?

As for Godard I've never heard of him. I have not seen a movie since the late 90's. I n those days it was a thing .. we went to movies wearing hoods, and slouched in a seat, I was a rebel. Dark and darkness and a cigarette and Chinese food afterward and it was the West coast, and it was god. With a small D like love, with a Big . hahhahha Love 's a big L. Love the Big booboo WomanMan,the Big Bad L.



                                                                    A poet does not believe she experiences. he experiences his . everything is experiential. so is . it's the experiment 

and the laboratory of                thought,                                                                                                       language. and the word as it moves around its objects subject to its love.

What is a poet's job

how does it differ from a musican?

and a painter


Half of his job is not betray his cause. Defining his cause is make the poetry go round _ so to speak. And desire. And love ..

Love for those we have not met                                     
Love of one we have not           met 






Question: Was the Resurrection the resurrection of immanence?  the resurrection o(f) the return of immanence and its placement into history / 

                        and which the theologians confused with the transcendent follies of madness? wherefore the madness ? Plato and                 his transcendental  shock troops.... his crack                                                                                                                           commandos?  (those troops of simulacra still haunt the halls of 

___________________ Lovers are always transcendent yet immanent in their bodies.
Bodies are always immanent. Christ as Blake said as the Energy the Tyger.
The Marriage of Heaven and Hell
William Blake   ~

As a new heaven is begun, and it is now thirty-three years since its advent: the Eternal Hell revives. And lo! Swedenborg is the Angel sitting at the tomb; his writings are the linen clothes folded up. Now is the dominion of Edom, & the return of Adam into Paradise; see Isaiah XXXIV & XXXV Chap:
Without Contraries is no progression. Attraction and Repulsion, Reason and Energy, Love and Hate, are necessary to Human existence.
From these contraries spring what the religious call Good & Evil. Good is the passive that obeys Reason. Evil is the active springing from Energy.
Good is Heaven. Evil is Hell.

The voice of the Devil.

All Bibles or sacred codes have been the causes of the following Errors.
1. That Man has two real existing principles Viz: a Body & a Soul.
2. That Energy, call'd Evil, is alone from the Body, & that Reason, call'd Good, is alone from the Soul.
3. That God will torment Man in Eternity for following his Energies.
But the following Contraries to these are True
1. Man has no Body distinct from his Soul for that call'd Body is a portion of Soul discern'd by the five Senses, the chief inlets of Soul in this age
2. Energy is the only life and is from the Body and Reason is the bound or outward circumference of Energy.
3 Energy is Eternal Delight
Those who restrain desire, do so because theirs is weak enough to be restrained; and the restrainer or reason usurps its place & governs the unwilling.
And being restrain'd it by degrees becomes passive till it is only the shadow of desire.
The history of this is written in Paradise Lost, & the Governor or Reason is call'd Messiah.
And the original Archangel or possessor of the command of the heavenly host, is call'd the Devil or Satan and his children are call'd Sin & Death.
But in the Book of Job Miltons Messiah is call'd Satan.
For this history has been adopted by both parties.
It indeed appear'd to Reason as if Desire was cast out, but the Devil's account is, that the Messiah fell, & formed a heaven of what he stole from the Abyss.
This is shewn in the Gospel, where he prays to the Father to send the comforter or Desire that Reason may have Ideas to build on, the Jehovah of the Bible being no other than he who dwells in flaming fire.
Know that after Christs death, he became Jehovah.
But in Milton; the Father is Destiny, the Son, a Ratio of the five senses, & the Holy-ghost, Vacuum!
Note: The reason Milton wrote in fetters when he wrote of Angels & God, and at liberty when of Devils & Hell, is because he was a true Poet and of the Devils party without knowing it.


Its my suspicion and I contend,  that William Blake was the greatest poet of Immanence before the fact.  Milton's god was the hanging one of transcedence. as Blake says Milton wrote in Fetters.__________________________

it's not

______-- take these word. awash . purge?---------------------------------underline --------------organize reorgan. splash the I about. what is spoken/is thought what the rain/ says about us/in the blandished street of the Paris metro/

skin glass is( not)

                                           love's body. write this 
 (have a care lover)

                       see your voice.
  (who are you? between those works of )

can I see it? I hear it. always in 

(i wan and wanted you ) 

                                                   this heart of ours. ours. le votre le notre nous.

to become a p                         oet is become you. to live this love ~

Chaque fois

(each 'interdit' is an invite to loving you)

                                                          (crowded by rain )

______fracture word weight ~___________________________________


if we were in bed woman then we'd see the love charms

we'd know as they speak each telling moment of our lips.


re none of these

______None o f these are true

Today you are missing a heart
there is nothing in it but you
      Ho  w  can that be the stars stare at the moon 
                                         at moons  (?)
How can that be the stars stare at suns
and you do the dirty work of gods

its? what armies and soldiers and plates do.
    what armies soldiers (and) plates .... (do) .... 
in the factory we repair stolen goods. consider reconsider the design of its peak. What Mona and the others call 
               gods. or valley. Mountain  & Peak.


of gods andtheir marooned pleasures

_______________None o f these are true

Today you are missing a heart
there is nothing in it but you

How can that be the stars stare at suns
and you do the dirty work of gods

its what armies and soldiers and plates do.
they do do do . they do and redo their  rifled


CP__________None of that rhymes. it appears tubbed with allusion to the recently posted afliction .

                     CD when you live in a river (the Seine) that's what happens. 




Frame of Reference
                                Where are the women of 52 and the rest of that thought I
can't remember and the poetry of Canada's voice is different but
it's one you have to identify in your head it's  not your own  

its the
talking heads of a life time of radio announcers

but where are the women born in 1952 ?
what's become of their desires and hips and thighs
where are they now

       You wrote this as a memoryto collage. Something bare naked raw and simple. A tribute to trumpets and performance.

She's the  inevitable poem.