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3/31/2005

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3/24/2005

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3/23/2005

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3/22/2005

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unfolding chairs 5am

ideal asleep "hardly"

circulated finds foot

waked up blanket J

rose transmitted speak

"taken in construction,

then the intention,

work it around

the speakers" high/low

head pillow/blanket

"ruff" NE (do

not say pastiche'm)

"ruff, ruff," enter

low dislocate it

",foreigner, this"


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3/10/2005

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Yo
Harry
my man,
check out the
link to the blogsite
of the chap writin'
in verseless
line breakin'
prose
passin' as poetry
the longer it reads
and the further it goes
down the page
where I felt the connection
extemporised as Ozzy
and whats her name daughter
number 2
issue forth from the speaker
here at Indisub internet shop
200 yards West from the
Hapenny bridge
48 hours later
after the madness of Paddy's day
has dissapeared.

Ozzy says
"you know the world is an evil place"
and "we're going through changes"
coz that's the way it seems
when you're shootin' the breeze
in Dublin
seeking connections
with those of your ilk.
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3/09/2005

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       stage on walked short on the
       bridge no difference

fence between that they speak
saying does not discipline in
reverse a
paper stack periodical
saying those that are speaking
it offers nothing on stepped on
that dull ash yellow

                    in
    impression low done play
    examination lacking lack
    thoughtful construction
    carved above

dominant one around city
metaphor idea (bucket it above)
loaded mount to
               to
mound stopping


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3/08/2005

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3/03/2005

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beating(s) laughing felt still

"created for its, position,

for its" puncture tingled

jingled foot sock stance

"that it thinks" walks

moved away another time

"says it that, is

as well as" breathing

not giving to attention

the nothing place that

value'd adaptation it hear't

repeats "alone and packing

this baby, who the

pocket jingling reeling laughed

done child" and the

bone "tingling"


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CLASSICAL MUSIC LISTING

March 12 at Timbrespace
1706 W. Sunset Boulevard

The premiere performance of The Mellifluous Aurora by Steve
Gregoropoulos, text by Eric Brown, performed by:

Dean Elizinga - Baritone
Laura Steenberge - Piano

Dean recently landed the lead role in Don Giovanni with the National
Philharmonic, and has appeared with the Met, City Opera and others. He
sand one of the lead roles in last year's premiere recording of Elliott
Carter's "What Next?"; Laura plays bass in the Listing Ship

Also appearing will be Eastside Sinfonietta chanteuse Weba Garretson
performing art songs composed with Nate Scoble and Steve Stewart.
She's accompanied by Ken Lasaine on guitar.

Rounding out the bill are soprano Claire McKeown and pianist Anna
Simpson, performing a selection of lieder by Barber and others.

Claire has appeared with local opera companies in Le Nozze and other
works, and Anna plays keyboards in Lily and the Ladies

9 p.m.
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fyi, Weba has had to cancel. hks
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3/02/2005

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ACF-LA CHAPTER MEETING - March 13
TIME: Sunday, March 13, 4-7 PM
PLACE: 426 Canyon Vista Drive, Mount Washington
Performances:
Trevor Berens will perform a solo piano work entitled "Woad for Indigo" by Nicholas Chase
Singer Weba Garretson will perform songs written with composers Nate Scoble and Steve Stewart. She'll be accompanied by Ken Lasaine on guitar and Jessica Catron on cello.
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fyi, Weba has had to cancel. hks
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3/01/2005

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