Posts Tagged ‘ Andre Breton ’

The Practice of Worlds: Will Alexander’s “Compression and Purity” / EOAGH

The Practice of Worlds: Will Alexander’s “Compression and Purity” / EOAGH.

Poems and Poetics: Outsider Poems, a Mini-Anthology in Progress (34): Hannah Weiner as an Outsider Poet

Poems and Poetics: Outsider Poems, a Mini-Anthology in Progress (34): Hannah Weiner as an Outsider Poet.

Donna Fleischer – Three Questions on Blogging Along Tobacco Road

Blogging Along Tobacco Road: Donna Fleischer – Three Questions.

Art Brut Confessional by Monica Adame Davis / BOMBLOG

 

 

BOMBLOG: Art Brut Confessional by Monica Adame Davis.

The Adventure of Photography / Jean Cocteau and Man Ray

The Perseids of August 14, 2010

The peak of the Perseids meteor shower for viewing is 8 pm until midnight .

“A whirling light on the slopes of rushes . . . the dew of evening and the sweat of the stars are paired . . . in the avalanche of milk from the fierce stars . . . The last hem of the breezes, there where the pheasant of the moon flees and dies . . .  Thus do ships lie down in the silver storm . . . It is in the sweet escape called the future, an escape that is always possible, that the stars that until now have bent over our distress are resorbed . . . the shadow of trees, the whirling shadow of dust, to come to grips with our shadow . . . my eyes were only a shadow-theater.”

– André Breton