Monthly Archives: January 2018


. staged .

there is a lull
in proceedings,
one thing done, another pending.
have you seen the cabinets, filled with airy
fairy, found idiosyncrasies.

the boxes scattered as if that mattered,
the staged production of red, deserted,
the white room, read, that it is also

there is a lull, in disorder, chaos borders
on insanity.

i know how to use the controls, really




you gave it me the synopsis, i read in bed
the next evening. there was no breeeze to
lift my hair, no sounds to thrall the quiet.
smiled at the memory, the company of others.

i have googled the songs, listened, yet
these were not your voices



the library intervenes
with gifts.
tomorrow we
fill more empty
cabinet shelves,
clear peripheries,
learn to spell

the russian is coming,
there are pianos,
at the theatre.

all pianos are special.

join me, work with me.



.cabinet meeting.

. cabinet meeting .
it is not mandatory to attend,
just send in a donation, gratefully
received, you see.
we cleared the cabinets, nicely,
and wish to install the installation,
before tea.

some have offered work for cabinet blog, log,
which is recorded here. now then,

if you send an object of curiosity, even antiquity,
it will be labelled for posterity

examples, could be poetry, or any item you can imagine,
this does not rhyme anymore. he thought it
was art.
quickly, do not lose momentum, please


.another day, another cabinet.

quote *

we have such unimportant work
here, that needs not be done.

reality *

today, another cabinet installed,
part of the
wonderland event.

i have to let some things go
now, yet the cabinet remains.



.request .

in dreams make the things you love, take them, show them to this world. i will put them in exhibition.

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.coat hanger.

. coat hanger .
google brings strange memories.
my friends talk of the coat hanger
effect. hanging our wares on each others’
shoulders, bearing us all down with the weight.

share it out they say, with friends and family,
loose and flowing, mind your engine does
not pink, we must have finer fuel. not feeling

our true self can be an infliction, the grave digger
reminds us of our years, our sense of humour.

we stare at icons, hoper for a better price,
i went to the theatr the other day




spent some time
talking about my absence.
some time discussing
the theatr, oft unwillingly,
while dining.

our lack of chairs,
rubber backed blankets,
and whether to sit on walls.

there is another performance
going on.

it is not at the theatr,
this time.



.back to the cabinet.

light bulbs and cotton hankies .
all things are useful, bulbs
bring light , denote ideas,
good intentions, spent,
cotton hankies, frayed hold the books,
yet those with nylon, stretch the skin
resulting in red and soreness.

shy away from dangerous commodities,
use the best, those tradtional artefacts
which are gentle on your soul, bring light.

wipe your nose clean.


today we have added notes for your interest.

A HANDKERCHIEF (also called handkercher or hanky) is a form of a kerchief, typically a hemmed square of thin fabric that can be carried in the pocket or purse, and which is intended for personal hygiene purposes such as wiping one’s hands or face, or blowing one’s nose. A handkerchief is also sometimes used as a purely decorative accessory in a suit pocket. When used as an accessory to a suit, a handkerchief is known as a POCKET SQUARE. There are a wide variety of ways to fold a pocket square, ranging from the austere to the flamboyant.

The material of a handkerchief can be symbolic of the social-economic class of the user, not only because some materials are more expensive, but because some materials are more absorbent and practical for those who use a handkerchief for more than style. Handkerchiefs can be made of cotton, cotton-synthetic blend, synthetic fabric, silk, or linen.

Historically, white handkerchiefs have been used in place of a white flag to indicate surrender or a flag of truce; in addition to waving away sailors from port. King Richard II of England, who reigned from 1377 to 1399, is widely believed to have invented the cloth handkerchief, as surviving documents written by his courtiers describe his use of square pieces of cloth to wipe his nose.



. dancing .
it can be a difficulty
with feelings, indications,
suchlike and endlessly.climbing the gate
was easy, the walk
slipped the slate
us in wellingtons
and ballet shoes,
decided against
ambition. war time
traps, climbed back
the gate again.

another day will
do for such meanderings.