call it_ a character? the 'strange story of' ...


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call it the
_: Anus chronicles : ANuBis and something bis....
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________Anus becoming a character charades to dates. removes the high sky plummeteding from desire










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Anus is love , my love











Sh'e
s working on a big bad poem about . Something, Fonetic knot fanatic. _Kisses _____BISouUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU

UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU






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is that? my face your ass?|
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tha't

She made
__________________________________ and made


clattered inside


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sez 'portals and conduits' O that turn the elbow. max ernst's elbow. your mouth. wide. as the ra'nb
ow sun
. this has been . which. beam. around balconies. balustrade. not a molecule but near as between comes. slipp'd to inside. what was Inside .


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vertiable--- Veritable

UYou mean vertiable--- VeritableVerITabLE not ________________________________ verertiable--tiable|
its very puply to coin such errors.
it opened the date.
or the gate. and kept passing the unkempt murmur of your thought.

okay ok okie dokie






How does it happen



(lik e that kissyouthere ___ like that )


between
yr chin and chair
ok. between this
& there becomes
the overt laissez-faire of love




i'd imagine that mouth of yours.
yes, yes, you do too. and its around.
i'd imagine that mouth of yours.
yes, yes, you do too. and its around.
honey the honey. O the and then you.
(kiss you inside there, its your mouthhoot!

O you. Cod and key. how big do you take it .
gogagog and pulled mushed right up against you . so much.
ive melted ribs into. cages . and the word. its that.
. how big do you take it?
gogagog and pulled mushed right up against you . so much.
ive melted ribs into. cages . and the word. its that.
(big enough for lust's baloon Loom)
yes. ok. okie dokie.



(once inside



you're singing
singed



hotted


love's batter

squirm churn)

(then its hmmmm
and

ahahahimmm more than come im hum
ahahahimmm more than come im hum
rumdrum boombamummmmmhhhuh! rumdrum boombamummmmmhhhuh!
)


(its
gotten
bigger
i've got to admit i say yr name
saw you
going

inyour
inside handmouth)



(stand up
in your room
like I d
inside handmouth)





like I do
and

....

)


that's how okay that's how
we do it fr now








we do it do it
f r now
we do it

imbroglio

embrouillamini

nom masculin|||||||||| Dada was a style ofIm BRoGLIo
Sens Confusion, désordre extrême [Familier]. Synonyme imbroglio Anglais muddle

Dado Miodrag Djuric

'Il est connu que le latin obscenus est un mot de la langue des augures : il désigne le mauvais signe, le présage fâcheux. Ce peut être un vol d’oiseaux, des entrailles de poulet, quelque événement insolite, qui se passe du mauvais côté. Encore faut-il s’entendre sur le mauvais côté : ce qui vient du côté gauche (sinister) peut être favorable ou défavorable selon que l’on regarde le sud ou le nord. De quel côté regarder ? Le rituel en décide. Les Étrusques regardaient le sud, les Grecs le nord. De toute manière, est de bon augure ce qui vient de l’est. Le côté de la nuit est fâcheux : obscenus dira-t-on.'


texte de Jean-Toussaint Desanti sur Dado
(see link )





Dado expose ses tableaux et sculptures à Paris dans un espace choisit spécialement par Sébastien Nahon. Jorge Amat avec l'aide de la chef opératrice Élisabeth Prouvot ont filmé cet

évènement pour en garder une trace.



"Une enfance sans valeur exemplaire en Yougoslavie à Cetinje, petite ville du Monténégro. Escapades de gamin dans les collines arides couvertes de romarin, peuplées de chèvres sauvages. Une famille, somme toute banale : un oncle peintre, un autre médecin, une tante Julie, son fils disparu pendant la résistance ; une mère ambitieuse et sévère, un père qui l’est moins. Des souvenirs historiques hantent les mémoires antiques et lui parviennent aux oreilles : ce sont des massacres raffinés subis ou perpétrés (bien avant sa naissance) sous l’occupation turque. La guerre dont on parle et qu’il rencontre au détour d’un chemin sous l’apparence de trois chevaux éventrés pourrissant au soleil. La mort, en image d’Epinal, qui fait rêver : le masque mortuaire d’un cruel et puissant pacha assassiné par les valeureux Monténégrins et conservé sous verre dans un magnifique château. Des impressions fortement reçues, imprimées par hasard, qui plus tard deviendront images obsessionnelles.."

Alice Bellony-Rewald _1973
for more of this essay___
see the link below




Dado expose à Paris filmé par Jorge Amat
envoyé par jorgeamat. -



More Dado Miodrag Djuric works found at the website ___

here

One can also see that the French philosopher Gilles Deleuze (in 1994 the year before his death) wrote a letter to
Miodrag Djuric expressing his admiration for the artist's work.


"J’ai été très heureux quand notre ami commun Gilles Degois m’a apporté le livre . Je n’ai pas cessé de le regarder (mon état de santé me force maintenant à passer par le livre, par la reproduction, mais dans votre cas c’est une telle réussite).
Votre peinture est puissante. Une écriture où la matière est l’homme. Il y a un rapport qui n’appartient qu’à vous, entre les formes-matières ou l’homme-animal, l’invertébré, et les fonds-couleurs qui donnent les pouvoirs de transparence ou de réflexion. Beauté des couleurs.
L’ensemble de votre œuvre telle qu’elle apparaît dans le livre est saisissante. Et il arrive que chez un grand peintre, un tableau qui n’est pas nécessairement le plus parfait induise pour tel ou tel spectateur un rapport personnel et secret qui l’ouvre sur l’ensemble de l’œuvre : ainsi pour moi, la
Crucifixion de 1955. Vous avez inventé un style qui me touche intensément. Croyez à mon admiration très profonde. "

Gilles Deleuze

Crucifixion 1955
La Crucifixion, 1955, huile sur toile 50 × 40 cm.




Gilles Deleuze a envoyé cette lettre à Dado en 1994
Il s’agit de la monographie d’Alain Bosquet
Dado, un univers sans repos (Paris, La Différence, 1991)


sca











son awkward at the glancing skyGhost on the titled wind tilted by the prayer which scattersfuneral s_
_



o_nd urn



rain



Today you were rain my son awkward at the glancing skyGhost on the titled wind tilted by the prayer which scattersfuneral s

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found urns gathered


pocket them on the sun's face





because


you have winter because cow rings. no, its not. ok__ay you coffee because
approximate its . no go. okay, we hav_ no, Okay. You coffee cafe. Not
the thing itself but winding in the terrace? because you've not heard
its far cry because the stare at face's in ruins, and then
it flings itself over the crag. Screeching. the only mystery


badland ballads made for breaking. her ballad ass slipped off away . came to gesture around her thighs.

shove exaMple S'Ample



shove desire down

blocks down

skin flesh box
grati!
liberare~
grati
tongue hanging
sideway little dog
who's blue
achoo
mot d'ordre
word of desist-
ance
hips the high moment
of refusal

(okay my darling you're coming

and so are you)


eggnog self the body
its evitable square of porch
"a fragment of a sente ..." keeps the "mol.."
embyron torn from its suitcase
frenched by the ease
a farrow snouts the absent vowel
of predications and divagation
third voice
chip feet repetition solve drivers of
the preconscious
a slob a slob
lobs a bear into the beast
the ground toughed out by the sun
her body not a thought or name wants him



this way sonnets keep faith
n' waking wigs
parenting fruit
As you know every hour
it's your thought
keeps us awake


&

sustains me

____________________________

October's rain



Near the end of October the rain comes



it's the end of the world
in the usual unusual? was that it?
the end of the world in our usual bed on a night full of rain




1978


Lina WuRtMuller


_______________




has seen the love



_________________________Altere'd found ~
This way yr heart cries out
_____________________paradise love
_____________________kissed lips breast for mouth ~

ring twice before ....




every artist works at the very edge of barbarism . not the renown or good fortune. of kiss me quick kate, but the tough struggle the real iron of wo
rk.














________________________
ring twice as you exit

_________________



If


______________

If you are Russian you are Dostoevsky then god is dead and the right brain falls to the floor its mixed like that combined with the death wish. witch to broom its


So the empty face and Switzerland has been been. and the balloon weares salt and the room shivers and



Kaboom Boom Boom ~





from wordsworth to tzara



and the great necessary idiot has become ~ she shall rub her nuts i.e. brainless
imbecile the idiot boy

Why RUSh when you Can Hurry???????NO?O RepEat! Repeat!!!
Wh





Why RUsh
you can Hurry




RUSh Hurry???!!
O my my my

InterviEw with the ....


Interview:


InInterview: ______________ Do you PolIsh? ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


No____________ I RuSh ___________________________




Therefore I am Rushin'

everybodysSssssssssssssssssss









Sssssssssssssssssss

... rk

the police signifiers. are there. and watching you. yes.

_______________________ here they come the caught the wor ~ k.

Ho w many?

How many bodies did you have? Twelve. First there were my hands. Then the arm. The arm fit in a box, that stood upside down next to the self. Self was trickled by weird word . Connected

to its breastplate. This way it came along like atrouble maker a trumpet, a fast form playing horn player. Triumphed to its trumpet bebop and



trumped trumped
trumped!

you're trumped
Mister D~~!

— C'est Quasimodo, le sonneur de cloches ! c'est Quasimodo, le bossu de Notre-Dame ! Quasimodo le borgne ! Quasimodo le bancal

------------------------------------------------- this ugly beauty

All your hunch s were right the air is filled with revolt
"L'acclamation fut unanime. On se précipita vers la chapelle. On en fit sortir en triomphe le bienheureux pape des fous. Mais c'est alors que la surprise et l'admiration furent à leur comble. La grimace était son visage".

(1831 illustration from the
first edition of Hunchback)




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~

(Lon Chaney with Patsy Ruth Miller in "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" (1923)

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<____________Charles Laughton as the Hunchback>______________________________

O my old Quasimodo you man of the betweens ugly as the harpoon
busting the pus gull of the make the renewed wedding of the revolted
a caper's folly round your tears your nuzzle and rank to high heaven stank
love's fury the great fires of revolt
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. Quasimodo lon notre of starring the the great ugly one
best chane dame hunchback lon notre of starring is the lover







En un clin d’œil tout fut prêt pour exécuter l'idée de Coppenole. Bourgeois, écoliers et basochiens s'étaient mis à l’œuvre. La petite chapelle située en face de la table de marbre fut choisie pour le théâtre des grimaces. Une vitre brisée à la jolie rosace au-dessus de la porte laissa libre un cercle de pierre par lequel il fut convenu que les concurrents passeraient la tête. Il suffisait, pour y atteindre, de grimper sur deux tonneaux, qu'on avait pris je ne sais où et juchés l'un sur l'autre tant bien que mal. Il fut réglé que chaque candidat, homme ou femme (car on pouvait faire une papesse), pour laisser vierge et entière l'impression de sa grimace, se couvrirait le visage et se tiendrait caché dans la chapelle jusqu'au moment de faire apparition. En moins d'un instant la chapelle fut remplie de concurrents, sur lesquels la porte se referma.



Text and image
___________________>Notre Dame De Paris l1

vulgar__________________vulgate

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these are the voices which speak.


if you think that's bad, wait, just wait you little shit. till we get through. with you. you
piece of shit born with a broom up your arse.


____________________________


One wonders what is more
vulgar

the violence
of a consonant
tears cities
apart?
____________________


rock and roll
for instance is a gangster


________________________


eventually it became
"gangsta rap?"



Or say Hubert selby
now there was a violence
with a vengeance
not to be seen or heard

with mittens
on

or gloves



perhaps that sort of
violence
makes

the stylized
Wurlitzer

(because its contained)



violence
of Burroughs, Acker,
and others

appear

tame.


after all.


_______________________________



through. with you. you
piece of shit born with a broom up your arse.







mouth to sentence


every hullabaloo is you! and you too ghost of your relaxed lounge. Or body down by the river . and solo. we have merited. every ghost. every harem. come again. this week our product is death. not the shocking henna piece by the trapeze artist, but a real hooker wearing spanky pants. this way she can 'work it out' beside her self. beside the other tramps. theres a hurdle of them. fantasists and fuckbrains! otherwise shes' a harlot in paris, a shammer in New York, a play by numbers in Denmark.


______________________________________________this has arrived by telegram.
sentences to try on like mouths worn by the skull and mask
_______________________ come for dinner the orgy waits. or the wait is an orgy. its a roman bath. and I dont mean a bathroom. a sort of sordid shadow of the overflowing and loving.
wher e we belong ~


between the bodies. non, between the sh__ non, betwee?N?

Speegyou

Deterritory




Sisster !~ Brother!sss One!!ZZ, baffled that you did say all of this to us about money. Money is for the something something If clickky clickedy-click it is because both nowhere

DId I ask why you were not rich? It was a canard!

Never justify yer selves to us!
Not possible.

And Mona texts
WHat pitieous gorillas of death have left my table


you mingle the tongue of accents





I am nedongo de Shella

SHella dinongo was Tzarasthina de ratcha!

So wellchewade Mogo!!


Speegyou in Guessengers!
PlInker
Plinked




well and fine Shee spink her spak!

her bodies length tongue in the "single quotes before " dots


your work done redone undone

all pizzers are pizzicato


all pizzers are pizzicato
_______________




(come to my reaching table darling)



(in english does this say she want spanking?)
(panikins my love~)

Bela Tarr .... excerpts from Damnation ...

----------------
Béla Tarr's Damnation -scene-

______________ Whereas I've not seen the entire film yet, these excerpts persuade one like they persuade you viewer.

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think about that its close to a precipice experienced by some, viewed by others ,
daily to some __ nightly to its other ________shifting self identity







--------------------------------> from journal of critical studies a recent
discussion
Nathan Coombs ' (September 23rd, 2009)



"To understand the powerful allure of nostalgia, and the attendant pleasure derived from its inherent fatalism, the effect of Tarkovky’s films is instructive. Much like Bela Tarr’s films too, the barrenness of the landscapes, the empty space, the mud on the roads and bare shelves have an undeniable aesthetic appeal, to the extent that it is easy to sometimes forget that the progressive mission is to create a society of abundance for all, and not hark back to the austerity of the rural commune (eco-socialists) or brutalist mass industry and housing tenements (neo-Stalinist nostalgiacs for the Soviet Union)."

Nostalghia unto Death



____________>____And a mention here and a review

Treasure Island


______________________

I treasure. Remember . I remember. being. Being becoming in your mouth. How comfortable it was. you seemed to hold me. right inside your skirt. as your garter belt gathered a bit, i climbed, shimmied a little higher, right inside your sexpussy. i was home! finally. you came as my mouth reaching righ t inside roared your name, then GuSh! GuSh of Flame and Oil as you Came.


and guess what ? I did too!


__________________

as we held each other's coming

_________________________

Okay this could be come a poem. it could. it might not. likely it wont. but its better than nothing. and since your hands are so far. it'll have to do.
as temporary. as it might seem. it stretches far enough to you between us keeping our bodies locked in.
like a love, lock. one could say. that. yes, one could. and iNSide your Mouth Is Cool.

__________________________



Island

tobecome a verse gold. a stack. a sack. filled with pleasure. joy.
a verse making. re-taking the island. the machine. your .

: Treasure Island

every island has its hidden clandestine.

feel it

think of the sluts. art or otherwise. contrari wise? is that a schizo cut dear sweating heart? ive held yer ass so many times! well, its hey and ho and blow blow blow. Kiss me you burnt wood of breast. kiss me you burnished soil of sex. between your anus and the pussywillow forest of that bush!
what realms of satisfaction! O really. yer riant reedy and roaring~!


_ one night
we cam e a s triple ttrophy couple
it almost rhymed it was
so flash /bash and /slash


__________________________

may your rested wishes
come false.






__________________


so goes the fishy fish dish




I prefer bad poetry . Dont you? inverb we does. it cometh as a green screen protecting my eyes. as love is a block, adog, a truckfuck


I'll preference bad poetry. O why and hum.


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in the cold you crisper. remonstrate . now that's the way to do it. sink it baby. anger comes a drpfrog leapin burping humpin' her frillsatin gape. i likes them that leave. their storm trooper anger feeds the energy of verse. inspiring a curse, a lame duck, a pack of weaklings, pucks flying fast thee net. I do mean fast the net. nototherwise. dig? its called Lovedrub. A love drubdrub someone's pride must fall and fell. as it was soon to bound its happen.

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Letter to an Open Vowel





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