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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

You won't cover all love





















You won't color all love!
Create your home, how I am enough?
Esteemed fellow come hither.

'Tis your little Sister, 
Breathe sweetly,
Thou didst forget my only past,
Has yet ebbed your observation?

I sure marvel, emotional electricity . . . or his play.
Our many companions . . . see on Crete, vapors . . .
Palpable past . . . infinite idol . . .

More balance will free and make important, a very crass impulse.
As a sculptor drives a chisel, so sculpt . . .
 . . . when we're away together.

January 7, 2008, with Tiana Hunter, 54, 55, 56  

Poem source text: from the cardboards:

you wont coward all love creature
hone how minion nerve esteem fellow
clean here there it
little sister breathe sweet
thoug did forget my only
past has yet ebb
observation
I
sure marvelous
emotion electric
or his play
our many companion
concrete vapour
palpable past
infinite faithful idol
more balance will free
make important and very crass
impulse & sculpture
drive chisel sculpt when aware together

Reading I

She [the voice during our work], initially calls me a coward. This later evolves through sound to 'cover' i.e. 'you won't cover all love' which later then becomes 'you won't see over' i.e. 'c-over' . . and later 'color' . .  She also calls me 'Esteemed fellow', and addresses Tia as 'Sweet Sister', yet admonishes Tia for forgetting her. She admits to being marveled by emotional electricity (from the work) . . as well as the dramatic 'play' aspect of it . . . but she wants me to take the abstract past. . . all the companions. ..  the vapors of the past and make them real. . make them concrete  ['c' on Crete] . . this will take a very crass impulse (male/female attraction) and make it very important . . . that is she will endow it with grace. She wants me to make sculpture when we're 'away' / 'aware' together.


Reading II:  

Tiana Hunter modeled for this work, and helped me compose the poem. Tiana indeeds sounds like "Diana", the Roman name for Goddess Artemis. The poem became a conversation between myself and Artemis where I am playing Apollo. Artemis addresses him: "Esteemed fellow, Create your home. How am I enough?"(She admonishes him for seeking her sexually, but Diana does not recognize her Brother, who then rejoins "Tis you little Sister. Did'st though forget?  . .  has yet / it ebbed your observation?" Apollo admonishes Artemis for not recognizing him. This said, she pleads with him to make their time together, their union, into something higher. 


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