Tag Archives: Arthur Rimbaud

Two Prose Poems – John Olson

Whereby the World Smacks of Mackinaw I assume my existence is a republic of blood and bone and that we walk through ourselves to places of beauty in a revealing intuition of consciousness as a form of headlight. It is … Continue reading

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Towards an Interdimensional Poetics (Part One)

Being a Response to ‘The H.D Book’ of Robert Duncan, Amongst Other Things “Matter?? Where’s it coming from?” -Withnail and I, Bruce Robinson “La science, la nouvelle noblesse! Le progrès. Le monde marche! Pourquoi tournerait-il pas? C’est la vision des … Continue reading

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Versions of Rimbaud’s “L’Orgie Parisienne” and “Le Dormeur du Val”

Translations from the French by Andrew O’Donnell The Orgy O cowards, here we are! Vomited out into the stations! The sun, with its burning lungs, turning arid along the streets where the night brims with barbarians. Here is the martyred … Continue reading

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