atomically speaking

Inspired by the phrase 'My tongue, every atom of my blood' taken from 'Song of Myself (Leaves of Grass)' by Walt Whitman.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project I speakaloud I speak with passionin eachutterance I speak to you I tell youeverythingthat I believe in I talk to the nightand speak aloudyour name … Continue reading atomically speaking

is beautiful (this year)

Inspired by the phrase 'I loafe and invite my soul' taken from 'Song of Myself (Leaves of Grass)' by Walt Whitman.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project I will wanderwool gatheringin my mind as the windblowsstray petals of blossombefore me a loaf alongwith my faceto the breezebring the power of the smellof springto … Continue reading is beautiful (this year)

every (working) man

Inspired by the phrase 'I breathe the fragrance myself and know it and like it' taken from 'Song of Myself (Leaves of Grass)' by Walt Whitman.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project and it isglorious the sunwarmingacross my back and it iswonderful to feel my bodyworking sweaton my browsweatrolling down my chestmy arms … Continue reading every (working) man

in blossom wild (a nature boy)

Inspired by the phrase 'Nature without check with original energy' taken from 'Song of Myself (Leaves of Grass)' by Walt Whitman.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project I amthe nature boy creatureof flowers I amthe meadow dancingyellowof buttercups the growingwild the breezeunchecked blowing . . . blowingwith all the energyof a nature boy … Continue reading in blossom wild (a nature boy)

see then sing (then rise)

Inspired by the phrase 'And what I assume you shall assume' taken from 'Song of Myself (Leaves of Grass)' by Walt Whitman.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project Iwill sing songsas thoughthe heavens sang I will openupmy voicewith greatconviction and Iwill singfor you croon my loveof beingunder the sky let you hearmy heartits … Continue reading see then sing (then rise)

not much left (of me)

Inspired by the phrase 'become undisguised and naked' taken from 'Song of Myself (Leaves of Grass)' by Walt Whitman.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project strip me backflaymy skin suspend iton a low-hung wire take the meatawayfrom my skeleton weigh each ingredientessential rattle my bones there’s not much elsethat is leftof me undisguisedand … Continue reading not much left (of me)

two air (one)

Inspired by the phrase 'The smoke of my own breath' taken from 'Song of Myself (Leaves of Grass)' by Walt Whitman.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project in the eveningour gameis to intertwine armsand feetas we walk breath directedon the diagonal from my mouthand lipsto intersectyour soft mistof breathfrom yourmouth and lips we … Continue reading two air (one)

much like the bees (with your permission)

Inspired by the phrase 'I lean and loafe at my ease' taken from 'Song of Myself (Leaves of Grass)' by Walt Whitman.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project end of winter balmy day yousitting in the sun while I leancasually loafing at my easewatching beesare at the blossomalreadythe seasonwill not wait and your … Continue reading much like the bees (with your permission)

what is true (is a secret)

Inspired by the phrase 'I harbor for good or bad, I permit to speak at every hazard' taken from 'Song of Myself (Leaves of Grass)' by Walt Whitman.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project what goodis a secretI ask I can’t answeralthoughI should know I harbor the manyand the plenty feed themin darknessupon … Continue reading what is true (is a secret)

soft warnings

Inspired by the phrase 'I, now thirty-seven years old in perfect health begin' taken from 'Song of Myself (Leaves of Grass)' by Walt Whitman.This now comprises a part of The Linkages Project Ionce thirty seven yearsand perfect healthwas a man such a man I waseverythingand everythingwas begun by me for me becauseof who and whatI … Continue reading soft warnings