Is not the answer I was looking for. Next wonder. Dreamscape tool and die, plush living standards. Now I Will ask you to take off your party gown and cover The trees. They’ve been wanting your breath so bad. I walked here from Milwaukee. On the seventeenth day I came to listen and found—you’d been there—this Fountain with its tentacles of lightning and the Arbitrary Anglican church services amongst the white rocks ___and palm trees. I felt lightheaded. I took the white blood—I like such ___categories— Inside a capsule and felt like I was glowing With God’s DNA. Sky-cloudless. Next town Over the windows open and the windows shut. The daughters are sleepy and the strawberry soda remains Untouched on the bedside tables—columns of shooting stars. And I can tell by the way you are open and dry, The smell of kicked weather and pine bark on you, split ice Steaming on the gravel road, that this is the time for consumption.
New poems are forthcoming in Blackbird and Salamander. As pictured below, The Other Life: The Selected Poems of Herbert Scott, which I edited and wrote a foreword for, is a book now. A box landed on my porch with 25 copies in it. Carnegie Mellon published it. It hasn't appeared on Amazon.com yet, but should soon. I'll sell copies for a reasonable price.
Student--person--financial agreement A loan to pay for the many public bodies 31 drug inhibitor(s) Finch-backed passerine Supply themselves with shoemaker resources (that son is ___a cigarette) Male baldness in the old Church mode Ground coffee allows food for the virus The workmen supply it themselves Webfooted____capable of being filtered His and Her are part of the one At the apparatus for purifying dung by cheating people Ebola is a growing disease Ebola is a growing disease Morally obscene
Something keen, an undergraduate A doubter inflammable Torture formed by people and suspicion To be stimulated and consumed, pregnant without delay A person who has not yet had a calf A young cow that goes on a quest Hasty of living, composed of a hedge Hurried that's intercourse that's one thing to do Dative Ablative A golden-green Central American part of a judge See--"Out of the question" Swallows up anyone who walks on that gun The freezing of food is a natural prompt to receive in and learn The tenderest and deepest of feelings
Someone sees a genuineness of unequal powers Dyed in the blue Walkover; a carpet shark A man to make or become, dry as a cuckold Within a hair's breadth of death Not behaving in the out of doors The chief who first discriminated Between shoulder blades (Old variant of War Office) To take for a wife a green woodpecker That facilitates a particular thin, shrivelled Aboriginal use for the flexible binding The mind is at home in the inner heart Society, an unsteady anger that wobbles The osier for any willow--imprisoned without smiling
That which excites, or its period, esp in the Having been made hot, someone easy A person who is required to change to liquid (The refrigerator principle) As much as one wishes OPENLY To show a person of the opposite Ground a common low-growing mechanical chafing dish The male Who is not a Christian Or a Jew_____(idiom that creates a heathen) Nerve-ends pass from one mole of Extinct American bird related to the prairie chicken A massive helmet of fabric traditionally brewed in To become and outlaw____A goat____An uncivilized artist
The fresh species, a naturally occurring Holder for a hot shellfish stew Whose duty is The convent Or that of the mother superior A street crossing where Buddhism has priority Down each side of the mouth Whose dainty Is humped and domestic An electronic device for killing (the bonnet monkey) And the stamping of heels The twenty-sixth letter of the English alphabet shaped like a metal Inmate of a prison or a labor camp Whose dirty is to keep watch with fervor, or cause
Volition is a form of Spanish money A velvety shoe made of rawhide (back)______(back)______(back) A soft palate of consonants Rubbing with the hand in the manner of some aerial roots Sacramental veils conceal the bride (A nun) payable to : the fourth stomach of a calf The law is greater than A sickle-like claw on the printed : Hind Foot Streaked, variegated One of the horny (forested or unforested) weathercocks A humeral act____Medium used to launch spacecraft Deep soft wasp of the family People perform
Someone jots down a brief note: A collar attached to a post The jaw, the cheek, the pendulous wattle Or a nominative head____(Modern forms add To this confusion) The motion of objects consists of a pad with buttons on it Bad television A magazine who manages to keep a dialect going The act of traveling from one god to James Joyce writing on addictive drugs A long loose outer garment worn by Difficult to make out Newton moves the duck to a chiefly urban Australia ___shortening (controlling) A misreading of the completed planet
Making tea or coffee in an urn-shaped object A strong desire to secrete a kidney In a room or a building The oracle (poetic) is producing What's present in blood is The Roman Station on the site of Wroxeter in Shropshire The scientific study of An artificial opening Obtained from the "thermoset present" A duct that conveys plastic to the adhesive bladder (Anat and zool) People use this method Constructed through skin or organ(s) denoting The condition abnormal in toads (and in frogs)
An opening is made collected As rent a car Who owns the consolidated debt Is one attractive reporter The resume relates to itself (it's a security issue) Annual income under self-denial of law Repent--a substance often used (crosswise) Again and again It repeats like a clock To pay back a loan oneself like a Double-stranded library business, or orphan. The student enrolled (repent!) in a radio Firearm having designed a candidate (who failed) To go back to one indefinitely (As in rowing) in which first round losers (say it again!) ___appear crosswise
The women keep kennels, various of dingo; Their muzzle-loading, chiefly pig iron Issue of astronomer processes. His father was also of Europe, a substitute for Coffee. A perceptible but small As Swan-Road is akin to Salvation through Jesus Christ A penetrating and poisonous organic falcon An outdoor festival of catsup His ocean was on the wrong side of the Saw-cutting torch Overgrowth of the ballast as a chemical basis for charitable purposes____This one contains some (As a solvent for reddish-brown falcons) bad stereotypes
Shakespeare's not the same, directed in manner Diseased people of southern Michigan WABA YO--a good but slow water dog Our Father, by incorrect portion Causative and external, or flightless unseen (the norm) One who attempts (see MONEY table) Intellectual danger of the inner ear An American mint Devoted (you'll be sorry) of flimsy face Present reality is DIFFERENT Ought not use a dungeon overstuffed with footstool Any several rhyme-eating school boys Held one hand that remains as a mouthlike Family used as part of a trial _______________to exclude _______________from a group _______________husband of Desdemona _______________A buckle _______________Or brooch _______________Glossed over _______________Or handled
Author of eight books of poems, most recently The Coldest Winter on Earth (Marick Press). Also author of The Nervous Filaments (Four Way Books, 2010) and Orphan, Indiana (Akron, 2010). 2010
also saw the release of Sky Booths in the Breath Somewhere, the Ashbery Erasure Poems (BlazeVox), as well as The Other Life: the Selected Poems of Herbert Scott,(Carnegie Mellon)which I edited. My new book, Animalities, will be published in 2014 by Four Way Books.