let’s get serious, say good-bye, I love you, so long, been nice, someone's got to die, waiting for another on time, A-bomb. Cut off, collectively lost, as long as you believe in, as long as you think, as you believe in thinking in believing in . . . click your heels, repeat after me, we are not talking proxy portraits, or ideological traditional sophist, or single issue essential, or utopian politicians into an out of time, falling in and out of the service of “truth,” to another, for another, in love with “truth.” Repeating, you have to believe, you must believe, listen to the mother and father, read books and repeat after me, I can not represent myself, we must represent the not representative whole impossible to represent, the higher broader bigger blogger. So, let's get personal, get serious and translate violence into a form, wondering are there more morals coming? We all can not wait to read more of the same long neck gods talking to the pigs, the pigs to the horses, and the mysterious shadow making mysterious hand motions, waiting to dine. The tableau is set, you arrive, there is ample bread, plenty of plenty, translation disappears, there is no need for need, an argument begins, we all go hungry, start a war of wars, the divine majority sings creation creation songs in the celestial cathedral till dawn . . . we say good-bye I love you someone has to die.
kari edwards is the author of obedience (Factory School, 2005); iduna, (O
Books, 2003), a day in the life of p. (subpress collective, 2002), a
diary of lies - Belladonna #27 (Belladonna Books, 2002), and
post/(pink) (Scarlet Press, 2000). edwards' work can also be found in
Scribner's Best American Poetry (2004), Bay Poetics (Faux Press,
2006), Civil Disobediences: Poetics and Politics in Action, (Coffee
House Press, 2004), Biting the Error: writers explore narrative,
(Coach House, Toronto, 2004), Aufgabe, Tinfish, Mirage/Period(ical),
Van Gogh's Ear, Amerikan Hotel, Boog City, 88: A Journal of
Contemporary American Poetry, Narrativity, Fulcrum: an annual of
poetry and aesthetics, Pom2, Shearsman, and Submodern Fiction.