Monthly Archives: February 2013

John Chamberlain’s Heart of Darkness

Plays Chamber-music. Layin’ in bed. See more Richard by his head. Horse appendage dripping red. Conjugal. Cryptic. Cross-sword. Dead. Anxiety of Damocles. Bring both brothers to their knees. Parasites suck blood of fleas. Pathetic beggars, if you please.

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Mirror Mirror

Mirror Mirror on the wall Tell me, am I there at all? Walls have ears and so do you I can’t see me. That makes me blue. What can a lonely vampire do Suck blood for Stellar Rimmer’s crew? I … Continue reading

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Blackbird singing in a silent wood

Blackbird singing In a pork-copter. Falling. Spinning. Helter Skelter. Rupert’s bare-arsed SUN got close. Jailbird died. Murder cover. Doze. And a new man Pulled him up. Butter flew Into teacup. Sour appalling Shit-storm lies. Hearts of stone Weep blood of … Continue reading

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Paved Arc’s Identity

Paved dark. Too bite who? Who would stew in silent blue? To dance to Bach’s sick sexy zoo. Falls apart from sniffing glue. Chamber music, laying notes. Encrypt your secrets, fiddling votes. Heart of Parking Loch Ness beast. Emma Fyfe … Continue reading

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The sound of Richard Seymour’s heartbeat [if he had one]

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The Pleasure of Pissing Andy Newman Off

I cannot remember a time when I wasn’t a fan of Richard Feynman. It just seems like he has always been there, inspiring us all to find out answers. Why anyone could have listened to him and not been fundamentally … Continue reading

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Glasgow SWP

I must confess that I’ve never really understood why nationalists feel such pride in what other people do. I can’t explain why I feel no pride that James Clerk Maxwell was a Scot any more than I feel shame that … Continue reading

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