Dith

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the reflex the reflex

A Poem by Dith


Ocean Ocean

A Poem by Dith


Napkin Napkin

A Poem by Dith


The Red Button The Red Button

A Poem by Dith


bacteria bacteria

A Poem by Dith


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A Poem by Dith




About Me

I'm 25. I've been writing (essays, poems) for fourteen years. I like poetry, politics, music, philosophy, photography, deep breathing.

Lately I've been writing abstract type poetry where I experiment with line breaks and sentence structure and meaning. Surreal poetry is where it's at. Describing emotions through sounds, half thoughts, sparse images, half rhymes, and of course, the unconscious.

This is what happens when a poet goes to grad school......


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Posted 8 Years Ago


Happy New Year 2011 Pictures, Images and Photos

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Posted 10 Years Ago


Since you dig Borges, I thought you might like this little snippet from my "X Marks the Spot" in the ScriptureX series:

"The judges sat purposely recycling the perceptual gilded cage of subject-objecthood � profaning the divine singularity in their amnesia. There was no place for the shattering of the siege of history, so gnosis was inscribed in invisible ink."

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Posted 10 Years Ago


haha thanks for the review.

The new generation of abbrieviations pisses me off. Being a major geek for linguistics I find the progression in laziness by way of word utterly disgusting.

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Posted 10 Years Ago



LIFE
By Edgar Albert Guest

Life is a gift to be used every day,
Not to be smothered and hidden away;
It isn't a thing to be stored in the chest
Where you gather your keepsakes and treasure your best;
It isn't a joy to be sipped now and then
And promptly put back in a dark place again.

Life is a gift that the humblest may boast of
And one that the humblest may well make the most of.
Get out and live it each hour of the day,
Wear it and use it as much as you may;
Don't keep it in niches and corners and grooves,
You'll find that in service its beauty improves.