Various poetic projects presented as PDFs for free download.
Scanned home-made poem-booklet in edition of one (original now damaged and beer-stained). The dicotyledon, invented (I believe) by Thomas A. Clark, is a poem of two words in which the second word substitutes one letter in the first word for another, although (inspired by Ian Hamilton Finlay’s one-word poems of ‘a title plus one word’) I’ve here added a title to create a bastard form of Scottish minimalism fit for such impure subject matter. Special thanks to Luke Allan for introducing me to the form with apologies/acknowledgements for the striking resemblance ‘HUNGOVER’ bears to one of his poems.
A ‘translation’ of Kurt Schwitters’s epic sound poem URSONATE by Google, presented in bilingual form in the original score. Follow the link for extended introduction and link to PDF.
Poem for Yellowist Vladimir Umanets, who at the time of this poem’s composition was serving a custodial sentence for claiming Rothko’s Black on Maroon ‘a potential piece of yellowism’. See also jpg/gif version here.