Thursday, March 29, 2007

Lub Lovely

One from Del Ray Cross's addictive Lub Luffly (Pressed Wafer, 2006):
the lyric is dead. long live the lyric.

the go-go money
precludes any
the tone is
to correspond
to the insitutions
and to impress
an ear with its modulations
a collab genre
of sloppy listening
such as sonnet

1 comment:

Hayes said...

you really can't go wrong thieving jarry's, ubu roi, i mean after all jarry (being both himself as well as his own character, king Ubu) was the pataphysical origin of modernity's avante garde. And so it goes. "he was the king of poland. he was the king of nothing."