Spr/Sum 04

correlation dismemberment


the first line disappears off my lips or someone's lips or a space of lips in a foundation of lips in a duration of lips in a line that disappears off a lip section whose lips are susceptible and licked to oblivion by idiots or a thousand idiots whose first line disappears off another fundamental kinetically altered electrical glitch with too many lips goes on and on about this lip service and that lip service where happenstance happens that happens between barbed wire and too many two and a half dimensional prosthetic intersections crisscrossed and crossdressed in lips as hips for pornographic benefits - disembowelment foundation duration, janus dangerous and orgasmic like further fodder for plot modifier the first line disappears and disappears again off someone else's lips or someone else's space manufactured as a designated lip provider - goes on to say; ”plays it as it goes and goes again, again goes as a lamb to slaughter.” this time there is a line that rips a scar rips a sacrifice rips a familiar sold as a hill of beans solid as sold widgets stoned witches watched and switched to diode digital somewhere in someone’s space foundation lip duration modifier


kari edwards is a poet, artist and gender activist, winner of New Langton Art's Bay Area Award in literature (2002), author of iduna, O Books (2003), a day in the life of p. , subpress collective (2002), a diary of lies - Belladonna #27 by Belladonna Books (2002), and post/(pink) Scarlet Press (2000). edwards' work can also be found in Scribner's The Best American Poetry 2004 (fall, 2004), Experimental Theology, Public Text 0.2., Seattle Research Institute (2003), Blood and Tears: Poems for Matthew Shepard, Painted Leaf Press (2000), Aufgabe, Mirage/Period(ical), Van Gogh's Ear, Call, Fulcrum: an annual of poetry and aesthetics, Pom2, Shearsman, and The International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies.