Current clutter on my table: monitor, keyboard, karen the asus notebook, box of files, clipboard, coffee mug with dregs of chocolate oatmeal, airsoft pistol, rubber gloves, scissors, bottle of soap, keys on swiss knife keychain, bag of noodles from grocery, 3 different computer cables, tape measure, scotch tape, belt, emery board, nail cutter, electric bill, old toothbrush, this cellphone, and 15 books in several piles.


  1. Just got here and trying to figure this no readers, so went looking for people that might think like way I know how...through one of the books...the gateways...found your intriquing page...don't have much here yet, but I have about 350 poems on Yahoo and maybe half that many on Multiply and Myspace. You live in a very beautiful part of the world...I was there in the late seventies. So what are the titles of the 15 books laying about?

  2. Not sure I'd call it beautiful, more interesting. I love Christopher Morley's line: "All cities are mad, but the madness is gallant. All cities are beautiful, but the beauty is grim." That's it, gallant madness and grim beauty. I tidied up before I got online, the books were by China Mieville, Poppy Brite, Sam Shepard, some other stuff.


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