Entries Tagged as ‘modern love’

25 September 2008

You Are Always A Little Too Young To Understand He Is Bored With His Sense Of The Past The Artist

LUNCH POSTS

Wilco_No More Poetry
Wilco_Forget The Flowers
A STEP AWAY FROM THEM
by Frank O’Hara
It’s my lunch hour, so I go
for a walk among the hum-colored
cabs. First, down the sidewalk
where laborers feed their dirty
glistening torsos sandwiches
and Coca-Cola, with yellow helmets
on. They protect them from falling
bricks, I guess. Then onto the
avenue where skirts are flipping
above heels and blow up [...]

24 August 2008

I’m Feeling Richer Today I Can Hit It Then Stay

Did you know that we have a baby blog? Go find us. We’ll keep unpacking, like a big girl.

The Smiths_Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others

27 May 2008

And Possibly I Like The Thrill Of Under Me You Quite So New

Annie Blacker house, Greene & Greene Architectural Records and Papers Collection
If I weren’t convinced that everything I know is already known well by anyone I’d ever want to impress, I’d use Hemingway’s six word novel as a pick-up line. (I’m embarrassed now to even write it, so certain I am that you all have [...]

1 April 2008

The Recruits Stand Sideways Along The Bar With Their Thumbs In Their Belts And Watch The Room

Bert Jansch_Needle of Death.mp3
I heard that William Daniels once starred in a television series with David Hasselhoff; Daniels is a talking car and in one episode drives Hasselhoff’s character around after he’s fallen asleep. That story made me very nervous and I don’t think I ever want to see the show. William Daniels [...]