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E. George

cover one, publish date 10/16/12
Fall print issue release 11/17/12

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”angelheaded hipsters burning for the ancient heavenly connection to
the starry dynamo in the machinery of night,”
Allen Ginsberg (b. 1926), U.S. poet. from Howl

immersed  in words

brush and India ink  1990

i imerse myself in words

undulate in their mystery

my sleekness,

so charming

may i please you

your desires…

triptych sr

four figures entered the dream

two of which had but one face

as a group we traveled towards a spring

our thirst the only bond

in fury

with spirit attached to all

whose passion and rage

was so vivid and real

then I am still here

brush with ink on paper

the spark of creation

i walk into the warmth

this blue and green ocean

gave me back

maybe because we are born of liquid

or maybe,

it has to do with rebirth

and the spark of creation

I thirst so

utility plastic

pen and ink with charcoal 1982

all that obsessed time

the hot blue sky,

utility plastic melting in the sun

to taste their magic

I swallow my dreams

to taste their magic

Vision after vision

lift up and through these walls

and still I am here

the ancient cyclops of my youth

as the ancient cyclops of my youth

reached down again from high

I spoke into it’s presence

up towards an azure sky