1. "Each bit of jello had been molded
    in tiny doll dishes, each trembling orange bit a different
    shape, but all otherwise the same. I am urged out rummaging
    into the sunshine, and the depths increase of blue above. A
    paper hat afloat on a cone of water. The orange and gray
    bugs were linked from their mating but faced in opposite
    directions, and their scrambling amounted to nothing. This
    simply means that the imagination is more restless than the
    body. But, already, words. Can there be laughter without
    comparisons. The tongue lisps in its hilarious panic."
     

  2. ithacamoma:

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    “Twain ’89 (House Painter Twice)”, 2014, acrylic and graphite on canvas, 84x60” (image courtesy of the artist)

    1.Name:

    Ted Gahl

    2.Occupation(s):

    Painter

    3.Where are you from and what is your education?

    I’m from Connecticut, and I got my BFA from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY, and…

    (via paintjockey)

     
  3. Fall leaf

     
  4. Captain Beefheart - Live In Belgium 1969

    (Source: youtube.com)

     
     
  5. Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band - German TV 1972


    Magic indeed.

    (Source: youtube.com)

     
     
  6. Eric Dolphy - Out to Lunch! (1964) [Full Album]

    Yeah.

    (Source: youtube.com)

     
     
  7. John Coltrane - Live at The Village Vanguard


    “India” featuring Eric Dolphy

    (Source: youtube.com)

     
     

  8. uutpoetry:

    marri-nikkolava

    Cut.
    The schizophrenic throbbing coming from under the water,
    absently.
    It knws no monsters other than. Love it is never announcing what bones
    Build into me. A distant. Landscape,
    In the back seat, you drive into.
    Exploding walls before us,
    How do you die? with half of…

     
  9. williswillkillus:

    Paintings by Lucy Mink Covello.

    http://lucymink.com/paintings-2012/

     

  10. these are my 2 basic rules for what poetry should be:

    1. weird

    2. difficult to understand

        (2a. mildly to severely depressing

        (2b. possibly including an ironic twist that causes wry amusement