Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Sunday, July 23, 2006


and then the wand

-----------> soft in
the chimney

plastic whittles

{ wide fringe }
b r o k e n
eye seeking softly ------->

mapping underskin (and chime)

------> eyelid unwrapping

a wraith blossom (mine)



Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Sunday, July 16, 2006




Saturday, July 15, 2006

Friday, July 14, 2006

Sometimes I want to tell you things

1.) blue inside my bones, like letters left by ants that crawled the window sill -- sugar seekers

2.) I had a wand inside. It looked through walls. It listened to the pulse and gush. I wasn't afraid anymore.

3.) my fondness for strings is likely connected to a real life affinity for entanglement. my fondness for scissors likely related to my desire to withdraw.

4.) the mailbox is a neverer.

5.) things that live at night are the things I like most

Monday, July 10, 2006

Saturday, July 08, 2006

Thursday, July 06, 2006


photo by chris cogburn.

Tuesday, July 04, 2006


spread legs wide a glass jar for
the mouth of moths, all blue in folds of pink their wings the vein singing

cloth loss loosened from comb
the why for glass words mined in yellow always heart, always tender

lilac glimmer scrolled in breath
green stems along feather throatsquartz fetus in beating red light

where glimmer twins blinking unzipped
their black bones like plume rivers mending pistils under pollen, calyxed glass

new snaps from my new eye

My new camera is loads of fun, but I'm still adjusting to the ways it's different from a regular slr camera. The flash is a little cold, and focusing is still tricky since I haven't really figured out how to override the digital zoom. But I'm planning all sorts of photo series: weird toys, the insides of boxes and books, synthetic fibers and textures. I'm also busy working on my piece for 4SQR. I don't want to give Jessica something that I've already posted on flickr. I want to give her something totally new.

Kurt and I finished our piece about DAPHNOMANCY for Kitchen Sink. I'm so glad that more than 3 people will know about our project. Totally rad.

Monday, July 03, 2006



[OE. spinel fem., = OHG. spinela, -ala (MHG. spinele, -el, spinle) and spinnila, -ela, -ala (MHG. spinnile, -ele, -el), f. the stem of spinnan

SPIN v. The intrusive d of the later forms appears also in MDu. and Du., MHG. and G., OFris. spindel (NFris. spandel); cf. also Sw. spindel (MSw. spinnil) spider.
Early assimilation of nl gave rise to the MDu., MLG., and MHG. spille (Du. spil, LG. and G. spille): cf. SPILL n.2]

I. 1. a. A simple instrument employed in spinning by hand, consisting of a slender rounded rod (usually of wood), tapering towards each end, which is made to revolve and twist into thread the fibres drawn out from a bunch of wool, flax, or other material.


Sunday, July 02, 2006

is this real?