this day, mid-may

2007-05-14 Thread Sheila Murphy
I love my work my work is love the work is you I love you and I love the work the work is play the work is you at play I love all day with you in it I love the night that softens day soft cover over what is here with pleasure of the living of the life this present tense repeatedly arriving

earth has this habit of keeping happening

2007-05-13 Thread Sheila Murphy
I take it s pulse over and over I lose g rasp of it again this becomes home no matter what I take earth as insinuation of it into my whole p air of hands and cup dust whisper a cross it to find earth mildly in a state of dis appearance just to take it back and hold it earth repeats me and my

placate dampness (frames on things)

2007-05-08 Thread Sheila Murphy
for it is (thus, so) within myself the startling overtones that drift (I'm only chronicling) these tingling verbs that carry them and us and taste and seacoast (actuariate) things sovereign at best planned versus accepted the exception rules mind's mud am hurt today flash anger (purposes

Re: THE SPAM POETRY GAME 24 HOURS LEFT!

2007-05-08 Thread Sheila Murphy
Hope you have received mine okay, Cecil! Sent a while ago - sheila On 5/8/07, Cecil Touchon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: THE SPAM POETRY GAME 24 HOURS LEFT! 9 participants so far. Don't miss your chance to play! THE SPAM POETRY GAME The following are the instructions for Round Two (Round One

hypothetical arrival

2007-05-05 Thread Sheila Murphy
cradle pray as if (I breathe within the confines of your face for us beyond (the only face I see the seeming (owned injurious historic teachings accidental (I begin again repeatedly numinous (attraction is a construct or overwrought(host

Re: o nul

2007-04-24 Thread Sheila Murphy
great On 4/24/07, John M. Bennett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: * o pen is streaking streaking nul i fry lun g h ope n * __ Dr. John

2 for you

2007-04-14 Thread Sheila Murphy
hypothetical *ahora mismo* then it's gone * pasture oh pasture be my starlight sheila e. murphy

Re: Heart

2007-04-09 Thread Sheila Murphy
Lovely, lovely! On 4/8/07, D^Vid D^Vizio [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: is a small but essential piece of mind how bigger d'oh brain dOne matta d^Vizio __ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around

Re: leaving the Valley

2007-04-09 Thread Sheila Murphy
I love this piece. Thank you, Alan. On 4/9/07, Alan Sondheim [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: leaving the Valley through wyoming exeter forty-fort kingston wilkes-barre towards blakeslee through and out of Wyoming Valley sped to 300 miles an hour - where i grew up surrounded by the blue-gray

utility

2007-04-08 Thread Sheila Murphy
her specialty is taking something not worth doing and then doing it to perfection that passes Plato and all things platonic she loses sense of time and space while honing every previously stranded particle into a steadfast system certain to evaporate from memory meanwhile a lord-made day upon us

playhem

2007-04-07 Thread Sheila Murphy
this is she making the rounds in bounds and out of gravity with feeling lush unto our world she brandishes a soft sun flower and makes heaven be earth awhile this is her center moving to the willow feel of daylight as it comes into clear view and you are here inventing rooms and ideology viola

innocence word too much is

2007-04-07 Thread Sheila Murphy
solitude and its effects yes you were saying watch me sleep watch my sleep and yesterday was that good now tell me correspondence taps in to mesmeria comme ca the overtone is winking hard these are my senses eyes these are my glorious mysteries this is the aisle for bridelings give us this day

elses clamor clobber

2007-04-06 Thread Sheila Murphy
fake paint sleeky form lore gentry posses plenty stored here where you where I where we rode Clampetty no matter horse lines in the dugout anymore now one rides far to pace placing antics sliding home sheila e. murphy

Interview with Javant Biarujia by Sheila Murphy

2007-04-06 Thread Sheila Murphy
I hope that you will enjoy reading my interview of Javant Biarujia. Enjoy! Sheila Murphy http://willtoexchange.blogspot.com/2007/04/interview-with-javant-biarujia-by.html

multiple choice

2007-04-05 Thread Sheila Murphy
a) brama (bull!) b) jambo (RE!) c) leviticus (uh oh) *taste and see* Sheila E. Murphy

Re: multiple choice

2007-04-05 Thread Sheila Murphy
hahahahahaha! On 4/5/07, mIEKAL aND [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: d) nun of the above On Apr 5, 2007, at 12:06 PM, Sheila Murphy wrote: a) brama (bull!) b) jambo (RE!) c) leviticus (uh oh) taste and see Sheila E. Murphy

Re: multiple choice

2007-04-05 Thread Sheila Murphy
? On Thursday, April 05, 2007, at 12:12PM, mIEKAL aND [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: d) nun of the above On Apr 5, 2007, at 12:06 PM, Sheila Murphy wrote: a) brama (bull!) b) jambo (RE!) c) leviticus (uh oh) taste and see Sheila E. Murphy

Re: infinity's a pest

2007-04-04 Thread Sheila Murphy
/4/3, Sheila Murphy [EMAIL PROTECTED]: infinity's a pest best to leave it in the shop the shop (eye) full of what I do not need I need to work versus I do not need to work and the envelope I mean the evidence please sheila e. murphy

Re: in finery's best

2007-04-04 Thread Sheila Murphy
03, 2007, at 01:11PM, Bjørn Magnhildøen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: agree! 2007/4/3, Sheila Murphy [EMAIL PROTECTED]: infinity's a pest best to leave it in the shop the shop (eye) full of what I do not need I need to work versus I do not need to work and the envelope I mean

infinity's a pest

2007-04-03 Thread Sheila Murphy
infinity's a pest best to leave it in the shop the shop (eye) full of what I do not need I need to work versus I do not need to work and the envelope I mean the evidence please sheila e. murphy

torrents of wheat

2007-03-28 Thread Sheila Murphy
1. she came over to my house and sneezed (and sneezed) 2. I wish that she would stop. 3. she says she wishes that also. 4. I tell her about the time I broke out into empathy sneezes. 5. after about the third paragraph, she asks me to leave. 6. I tell her that I'm only doing what she asked.

Re: No: the Item Was Exactly Wool Enough to Parse

2007-03-28 Thread Sheila Murphy
You are too kind, Allen. Thanks very much. Sheila On 3/28/07, Allen Bramhall [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sheila Murphy wrote: beautiful! 'normed mercy' is a serious (tho lovely) ouch. I like this directive voice here, and the earnest young gent, and it all lyrics prose to some place

No: the Item Was Exactly Wool Enough to Parse

2007-03-27 Thread Sheila Murphy
I lifted away both woof and weft, deciding I would name something I thought was there. Indifference should be distinguished (from normed mercy and contiguous formation signals in the right lane). *Tell me about your spouse. *Is there some language we should use to close off jam sessions we

pre pond (en(d)urance

2007-03-27 Thread Sheila Murphy
hard to be this gap (from water) hard to be (oncoming water) look at the (unformed haiku) bathing where there is (no silk) there is (no climate) and (idiocy anymore) or plenty in the horn I play (woodwinds) sheila e. murphy

Re: morning if...

2007-03-26 Thread Sheila Murphy
very cool! On 3/26/07, phanero [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: morning if... http://www.hevanet.com/solipsis/images/solvoet.gif

one day she was painted obbligato blue

2007-03-20 Thread Sheila Murphy
friends scoffed neighbors blanched corporate stiffened light spread lover trespassed daughter blacked style shivered co-workers feigned godmother shouted manager starved stranger winked sheila e. murphy

are you a government, major?

2007-03-19 Thread Sheila Murphy
land mass quivers when I tiptoe tall across it this is mine, you scrub for hidden mines for nothing sells like greed to smallest wannabes the look-see of sub-par miscast wealth acquirers *plays* it is that simple, ample and injurious. *if you were the director* whose chain would you yankee out

Re: Poor Yorick in lyrical landscape

2007-03-19 Thread Sheila Murphy
gorgeous On 3/19/07, Peter Ciccariello [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Poor Yorick in lyrical landscapehttp://www.cgi7.com/peterimages/Poor-Yorick-in-lyrical-land.jpg -- Peter Ciccariello Image - http://invisiblenotes.blogspot.com/ Word - http://poemsfromprovidence.blogspot.com/ Photography -

passage

2007-03-14 Thread Sheila Murphy
lit poIis thatched (I wait beneath my roof for you) sends cielo past the query (sunshine matters) mode to center (crimped) tagline of force (I want you) as transgression passes for (preponderance) the posse of aggrandisement (of) curtains state (watch signals down) as I am vouching for (the list,

Re: test message - janice maxwell

2007-03-13 Thread Sheila Murphy
Looks like you're in - getting the message here. Sheila On 3/13/07, Janice Maxwell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, all - just making sure I'm really subscribed! JM -- Get Free 5GB Email – Check out spam free email with many cool features! Visit

two of us are here and working

2007-03-12 Thread Sheila Murphy
this is the woodpile this is a picture of the building that we want this is our staple gun this is the floor plan this is our attitude (see page 4) this is our choice this is the distance between elbow 1 and elbow 4 this is our heart this is our one heart this is today this is tomorrow this is

Re: _competition m.[d]body_ment_

2007-03-09 Thread Sheila Murphy
Perfect! On 3/8/07, mez breeze [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: competition m.bodies the myth of freedom; -u r free 2 operate in an open market -u r free via demo.crazy .free 2 b smarter than ur neighbours .free 2 b as sarcastic + pseudo-liberal as u like .free 2 offer versions as fact .free 2 present

five years ago today the loss

2007-03-06 Thread Sheila Murphy
for as many days as I had known, there were magnetic eyes that noticed every surface of this earth, and there was tenderness, with generous reserve, a painting let us think, her voice was warm like that, her voice brought heaven to its hush, no matter where I was, the beam of light was there so

Re: Bennett Dalachinsky in NYC

2007-03-05 Thread Sheila Murphy
Go, guys! Wish I could be there meself. I cannot wait to hear about both performances. Bravo!!! Sheila On 3/5/07, John M. Bennett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: *JOHN M. BENNETT STEVE DALACHINSKY IN NEW YORK TWO SHOWS SHOWS TWO * *steve dalachinsky a rare new york appearance by john m.

she thought to have invented

2007-03-01 Thread Sheila Murphy
she thought to have invented what she thought she knew, and ever since, the mantra she deformed would equal her decision to continue would abate the voicings she thought to have invented better voices might have made them gentler than she was in her past and present, constant life, although she

Re: RIP Gene Frumkin (1928-2007)

2007-02-26 Thread Sheila Murphy
Thank you, Hal, for posting this. Gene is a big part of life for so many of us, and his legacy is immeasurable. Gene's work continues to be a huge inspiration. His self-effacing manner is only a part of the wonderful commitment that Gene brought to life. I hope that people reading this post will

Hardship Comes in Supple Rows

2007-02-24 Thread Sheila Murphy
You'll know it when you see stars and kindred soldiers, rain resistant and immune to coiled snakes sniffing glue-like cacti, exacting in their inbred capacity for sloughing off skin fitting like a reptile purse across the bones. Don't bother committing to memory, putting to rights this far cry

virtuoso bird on mipo radio

2007-02-24 Thread Sheila Murphy
http://miporadio.blogspot.com/2007/02/virtuoso-bird.html Hi, friends, I'm honored to share that Didi Menendez has included my first chap (1981) designed and published by David Chorlton's Brushfire Press, on mipo radio. Have a listen. Big thanks go out to Didi for all her wonderful work. You'll

When You Learn to Draw Be Sure to Draw Dark Lines

2007-02-20 Thread Sheila Murphy
When you learn be sure to know exactly Where the lines occur, and to distinguish Lines from not lines, and to own The capability to say where lines are, When you learn to draw dark lines. And when you learn to draw, remind yourself That teaching is the same as learning To draw lines. You are the

after JMB (from me)

2007-02-19 Thread Sheila Murphy
read eel ain't cussin' gristly free lunged (g)nattily much pleasing now tips over the lute's typical struts a cuspy smokefest douses rest with crossed hands whooping from bed to pathic happenstance nailing the treehouse shut again what living conks out in a squall and numb like hind p arts

as a rule I do not think what I come out and say

2007-02-17 Thread Sheila Murphy
it is better to unbalance the disparity still too early to predict and not a good idea to be older than one's thoughts, the shallow hope is only thin enough to slip past the untested brackets around youth still overripening sheila e. murphy

concourse || recourse || third course

2007-02-16 Thread Sheila Murphy
say rule in front of me then shrink from doltage mispronounce the feed lots in a frenzy warm your speculum my frosty friend contain false adages pit sun against the rune moon put into play contiguous short silver in a trance weigh what you mourn while leavings face themselves as dimly lit

Re: concourse || recourse || third course

2007-02-16 Thread Sheila Murphy
together -- the theory and writing movement. I love it's bold and contradictory defiance of definition --including this attempt. I think I will say everything -- with a bit of dash. - Original Message - From: Sheila Murphy To: WRYTING-L@LISTSERV.WVU.EDU Sent: Friday, February 16

Let's Not (Do It Your Way Anymore)

2007-02-15 Thread Sheila Murphy
Let's undress this monument to endowed impocracy Let's poll the trucks and find out who lies behind our fate Let's Marge our way past second fiddle status Let's barber the doris in our maltese wake Let's individuate the strop Let's consume our viabilities at lunch break Let's compose our purity

seven or so

2007-02-15 Thread Sheila Murphy
seven or two shoulders lapse into the winter afternoon stretching lakeside to the brim coast means untended distance breath to single no port daveno that I relax into again sheila e. murphy

Re: Let's Not (Do It Your Way Anymore)

2007-02-15 Thread Sheila Murphy
[EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://home.earthlink.net/~halvard http://entropyandme.blogspot.com http://imageswithoutwords.blogspot.com http://www.hamiltonstone.org On Feb 15, 2007, at 12:12 PM, Sheila Murphy wrote: Let's undress this monument to endowed impocracy Let's poll

Re: thought, finding form, rising

2007-02-11 Thread Sheila Murphy
Very hauntingly beautiful, Peter, and a very intriguing piece all around. Thank you for posting the link to this. Your work consistently surprises and inspires. Sheila On 2/10/07, Peter Ciccariello [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: thought, finding form,

always there

2007-02-08 Thread Sheila Murphy
always there exists temptation to make more than is really there thinking into versus out of the incepting text upon (against, atop) the page the chore there is deciphering hinged with the tendency to project into the few low lying letters a format in form present always and with others sheila

Alan Sondheim and Gertrude Stein

2007-02-03 Thread Sheila Murphy
Great combination! Happy birthday, Alan, my friend. I wish you many happy returns. You are GREAT! Warm wishes from the Southwest, Sheila E of Maricopa County

in mint condition, daylight

2007-02-02 Thread Sheila Murphy
a reciprocal (low cal) morning shifts thought from skin reverting to and to four-poster plethoration of nudge points mounting from the night before and tulips butterflies gems all tender their projective cinching of the letterpress endowment in a budding cataract for now the nuisance value of

she rehearsed her pleasantries until they felt cropped

2007-01-31 Thread Sheila Murphy
I like to look at what I listen to I like the format of a syllable on face with light around ensuing sentences I like occasional mimesis I like to toy with possible harmonics even in America I like the thought of primacy recency I like serious intention juxtaposed with a spritz of glee I like

Re: she rehearsed her pleasantries until they felt cropped

2007-01-31 Thread Sheila Murphy
and is then followed with some memory. Thanks, Sheila. This is a good way to start the morning. Regards, Tom Savage *Sheila Murphy [EMAIL PROTECTED]* wrote: I like to look at what I listen to I like the format of a syllable on face with light around ensuing sentences I like occasional mimesis I like

I Keep on Going Back to Make It Right

2007-01-29 Thread Sheila Murphy
Each time, scars open, and the blood runs down. I look at each, decide to change what I can change. A frigid stare convinces me no hope is accurate, and yet within, there writhes an unbalanced, optimistic urge to fix what I can never fix. In the cycle that is real, projected happiness has no

Re: I Keep on Going Back to Make It Right

2007-01-29 Thread Sheila Murphy
need, again. Best, Joel On 1/29/07, Sheila Murphy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Each time, scars open, and the blood runs down. I look at each, decide to change what I can change. A frigid stare convinces me no hope is accurate, and yet within, therewrithes an unbalanced, optimistic urge

rigor of a sort

2007-01-28 Thread Sheila Murphy
has to spritz has to stall has to brother has to branch has to comfort has to stand has to blot has to prompt has to clench has to dry has to thatch has to front has to jump has to fast has to last has to cast has to sew has to breathe has to stem has to steam has to match has to view has to

anyone near nyc - don't miss this!

2007-01-25 Thread Sheila Murphy
* Winner of the Cafe Cino Award for Excellence in Off-Off-Broadway at the NY Innovative Theater Awards 2005 * American Theater Web: One of Top Three Musicals in Fringe NYC 2005 * Talkin Broadway: Outstanding New Musical - Summer 2005 Citations * *ONLY TWO MORE WEEKS to catch *The Death of

resume ecume

2007-01-23 Thread Sheila Murphy
fault no b(r)other is encyclop after allega prompt glock faces self effacing rock rhyth deform inform induc way premised me the silk quilt proxy fraulein nemesis untoward no matter what what what sheila e. murphy

contrition pinks its way due north

2007-01-22 Thread Sheila Murphy
quizzical inference spots the unframed daisies, dig? shelves boast life sans melody unless some children loll across the feathery kin meadows sparkling even wrinkled things, flinging their claims to dreamed eclat where sprinkles of dew revert to surface versus depth, unmimicking of stars center

thanks for responses

2007-01-22 Thread Sheila Murphy
Gentlemen, I appreciate what was spawned by this piece today! Sheila

he recommended she stop ordering

2007-01-19 Thread Sheila Murphy
what seemed least safe was her insistence on new levels of detail he winced, to him the prickle of despair, almost contagious, when she -- all he heard was -- and the lateral intent -- encomium emerged in his wish -- erata spun -- still he would have hidden if -- and she for her part

Re: all of his indifference turned to her

2007-01-19 Thread Sheila Murphy
defies the global warming so That even the unseasonable warming of our skies Cannot invite these people to respond To me, to each other, who are not their pets. *Sheila Murphy [EMAIL PROTECTED]* wrote: all of his indifference turned to her and she, a shell, filled with what void he could afford

all of his indifference turned to her

2007-01-18 Thread Sheila Murphy
all of his indifference turned to her and she, a shell, filled with what void he could afford, that she could barely hold or re(f)use, midway through the coup if it was that, e(r)go the summary included not a shred of judgment, and his candor flopped during the delivery, which exercise emitted

Re: all of his indifference turned to her

2007-01-18 Thread Sheila Murphy
great! On 1/18/07, phanero [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: m awl leopard, glabrous ivory medallions tied to the tracks the loco motive leanns a wry streets and avenous italion ate the hroin the motor cycle whic h it champion now led nose flea frawl lode liver 'rode' let us efface hech uther on

many thankfuls are the habitat of I am present tense

2007-01-17 Thread Sheila Murphy
many thankfuls are the habitat of I am present tense for Tim Scannell composite breakfront beaker qua replete with with with stowable p/ARTS glitter and stamping face face yes [squared] to hypothesis route this feel held field relished relishing return to all the posing stamps 4 cents 6 cents 1

two men

2007-01-17 Thread Sheila Murphy
two men one never knew when he should go home. others with grace allowed this inextricable and unwanted bond to fester. he looked less young that he had ever been. another wrote about a gradual release of mind replete with complication that would often challenge loved ones, now declaring he had

SPECIAL DOUBLE ISSUE OF SUGAR MULE: ANTHOLOGY OF COLLABORATIONS

2007-01-15 Thread Sheila Murphy
SUGAR MULE is pleased and proud to announce a special *double issue #26*: *An Anthology of Collaborations, *guest edited by Sheila E. Murphy. Click on www.sugarmule.com and click on current issue to find a large and diverse gathering of textual collaborative writing. The issue, to be released as

democracide

2007-01-13 Thread Sheila Murphy
intractable dream inadmissible dream infraction dream apologetic dream inflamed dream residual dream confederate dream deposited dream white noise dream same shame dream long line dream calm poise dream sangfroid dream lightheaded dream wan blood dream stalled pose dream wide open dream prompt

Re: 365/365, Jennifer

2007-01-11 Thread Sheila Murphy
This is glorious, Dan, a beautiful way to conclude a tremendous series that I've loved and will continue to enjoy reading. An EARLY-ISH happy birthday to you. You do your age (and any age) proud. I'm broadcasting this message to the wryting list while sending my personal best wishes, also.

Re: Geb e line // ignore the poco stutz

2007-01-10 Thread Sheila Murphy
brilliant! On 1/9/07, phanero [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: chukkabook (as in hoo!) chukkabook rabbit headed mesmerists dance in a chain around a tub an old woman thrashing there in deslon's fluid an android built by the members of S.A.P.I.E.N.C.E. whose five year mission now crumbles on the

Re: My Best Times and Best Writing! At least I think so... :-(

2007-01-08 Thread Sheila Murphy
Alan, you're knocking me out! Bellissimo, Sheila On 1/8/07, Alan Sondheim [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: My Best Times and Best Writing! At least I think so... :-( Sometimes supreme happiness comes my way as a fold or potential field opening up vast possibilities and new horizons. All these

if you expect people to disappoint you, you will never be disappointed

2007-01-05 Thread Sheila Murphy
populatio by its very overdose rescinds the act of sin just watch yourself not be satis-copa set ic (sic) in (despite the ruminative moment here no(w) sheila e. murphy

tapshoes are the mule of innovation

2007-01-04 Thread Sheila Murphy
mid-window her high- lights shimmed. evocations very plural sparked micro-audio debate as though some whole tone had wiggled its way out of the incision where a person wedged it and matriculation held only a pale while under the faulty lamp kiss and the slim sporadic hence glow fathering some

Re: Ctrl+C

2006-12-27 Thread Sheila Murphy
glorious piece - thank you both, sheila e On 12/27/06, Peter Ciccariello [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ctrl+C http://www.cgi7.com/peterimages/control.htm A collaborative image poem - mez ciccariello

Re: Sailboat

2006-12-17 Thread Sheila Murphy
Absolutely beautiful, William. I love this piece. sheila On 12/17/06, William Bain [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sailboat All morning with subliminality trying to bring you back. I live on an island called Barceloneta, circumvallated on two sides by sea. What in the world do you think I can do

milk and a rotisserie

2006-12-16 Thread Sheila Murphy
still life imposes depth perception parallel to color if someone is not watching maybe you can catch her up on what the waterfall is singing also you can acquiesce to unction at the drop of some unnamed condition known to postpone happiness as drizzle melds with daylight blacktop and the

does perpetuity have gender

2006-12-11 Thread Sheila Murphy
cordial flecks of prior speech endow our silver with respite-shaped impediment. would you like to buy a pilgrimage? stay smart and it will get you noblesse oblige. I mean it. crispen your puttering. it's going to amount to much of the discourse. ramp up your shoulder blades in time for the

Re: I See a Spider in the Hallway

2006-12-11 Thread Sheila Murphy
Thanks, Alan! :) On 12/11/06, Alan Sondheim [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Put this to music! Or someone, please put this to music! - Alan On Mon, 11 Dec 2006, Sheila Murphy wrote: I See a Spider in the Hallway I see a speed reader in the hallway I hear the sprawl of lieder in the hallway I

Re: Gestalgarades, Tollerably Well All Day, but the Noise in the Attic Unremoved, or Moving.

2006-12-08 Thread Sheila Murphy
Zounds! This is wonderful!! Sheila On 12/8/06, phanero [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:  boscage, BRIMOS/ favor ㍨ _.,-*~'`^`'~* _.,-*~'`^`'~* _.,-*~'`^`'~* _.,-*~'`^`'~* _.,-*~'`^`'~* flavors a wish- bone dash to crack in a symmetric wash ing gnash ㍨ _.,-*~'`^`'~* _.,-*~'`^`'~* _.,-*~'`^`'~*

Re: if I am going to answer it is going to be now

2006-12-08 Thread Sheila Murphy
Thank you very much, Obododimma! I appreciate your kind words. Sheila On 12/8/06, Obododimma Oha [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: *Sheila Murphy [EMAIL PROTECTED]* wrote: ... what hurt will keep on hurting until it's named. Great lines, Sheila. Quite philosophical. Would have to explore

By Now / As Yet

2006-12-08 Thread Sheila Murphy
By Now / As Yet One adjusts to loss, while one condones the symmetry, the air with dry to meet, as yet a norm. The hype of forth. And some of us and some of it. Appreciation happens whitely. Deep love comprised without the long hop. Work demeans fulfillment. All that we could ever. Her

if I am going to answer it is going to be now

2006-12-07 Thread Sheila Murphy
is that your card I'm carrying? wince is what I used to do. feel less than remember what I felt. causality refrains from hiding in correlation. or is it the reverse? blend with me, he said, as if that were the same as making love. or identical to having made love once. the future belongs to

if I am to answer it is going to be now

2006-12-07 Thread Sheila Murphy
is that your card I'm carrying? wince is what I used to do. feel less than remember what I felt. causality refrains from hiding in correlation. or is it the reverse? blend with me, he said, as if that were the same as making love. or identical to having made love once. the future

test message

2006-12-07 Thread Sheila Murphy
just checking

received?

2006-12-07 Thread Sheila Murphy
this never showed up in my inbox - just testing -- Forwarded message -- From: Sheila Murphy [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Dec 7, 2006 3:25 PM Subject: test message To: WRYTING-L@listserv.wvu.edu just checking

seeking to verify receipt on list

2006-12-07 Thread Sheila Murphy
testing - been having trouble sending -

Re: Kari Edwards

2006-12-03 Thread Sheila Murphy
Deeply shocked and sad. I had no idea whether Kari had been ill. We were in touch just days ago. Thank you for telling us this tragic news. Sheila Joel Weishaus [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Alan: I'm very sorry to hear of Kari's passing. This is a loss to us all. -Joel - Original Message

care taking care

2006-11-06 Thread Sheila Murphy
weathervanepoints northwindowfaces even the thin trees forming noticeable lines across the glassa child wearing mittens stops Iwatchthroughthe lower left hand corner of the window until she starts to walk again sheila e. murphy

my experience is a valid miles-per-hour (stet)

2006-10-29 Thread Sheila Murphy
promise you'll promiscuous the herald angels in my free time zeal encumbers why-not interrupt because because. I know techniques for deselection. I know also techniques for misappropriation. I know techniques for wall flowering the premises. do you know that I was premature and now I'm

where he lives it is so quiet possibly he asks me is it ever louder where you are

2006-10-09 Thread Sheila Murphy
staves to fill, staves to filter whole tonesis voice text? he says he wants a symbol to be conversation and in conversation to have something.somethingto have had, so quiet it is midnight in impromptu worlds we relegate to outside thinking.what is there to talk about

Don't Miss This Exhibition

2006-10-06 Thread Sheila Murphy
Hey, folks, I was treated to a wonderful exhibition of Cecil Touchon's work tonight at the Marshall Gallery in Scottsdale (see link below). I also had a lovely visit with Cecil himself. Bravo, Cecil! Come one, come all, to see this great work at the Marshall Gallery.Sheila

Re: let's schedule a friendship

2006-10-05 Thread Sheila Murphy
Janine, it is very thoughtful of you to comment on this piece. I appreciate it. SheilaJanine Hoek [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Again, I have returned to this piece. So tender. With thanks.- Original Message - From: Sheila Murphy To: WRYTING-L@LISTSERV.WVU.EDU Sent

sequence 10-03(06)

2006-10-04 Thread Sheila Murphy
sand, not frost affords a gramof inference once soft-spoken relevanceor flower pure reverting to amendssummarily in torsion one lapses anddeflates full indignation while the rinseexceeds elapsed light of inquietude once sheila e. murphy

passage

2006-10-04 Thread Sheila Murphy
all the little offices alight withinterrupted darkness once and once and sheila e. murphy

Re: passage

2006-10-04 Thread Sheila Murphy
.~mIEKALOn Oct 4, 2006, at 2:02 AM, Sheila Murphy wrote: all the little offices alight with interrupted darkness once and once and sheila e. murphy

Re: textuality

2006-10-04 Thread Sheila Murphy
I enjoy reading where this goes. Janine, the poem is a fine one, and William's response, welcome and interesting, as is the comment back. Thank you both, SheilaJanine Hoek [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, William Thank you very much for your commentary. This is new for me - putting work to an

Re: 2 experimentals

2006-10-02 Thread Sheila Murphy
keep 'em coming, William. I want to know more about the changing anchor entity. Looking forward, sheilaWilliam Bain [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Your feedback welcome, of course. SonnetIt is not specified why the house is now a ship, a liner, yet sailed by lubbers—by us. The

sequence before midnight

2006-10-02 Thread Sheila Murphy
go watch thirst your orchids emitI'll stay here and guard fatehome invites deepening of thick wallscall me sometime maybe to talkclose(d) eyes *village* as a verbreturnme to misshapen Mishawaka homeNurse Molnar before anything (including recollection)

Re: Sitting in My New Chair

2006-09-28 Thread Sheila Murphy
thanks Peter and Alan!!!Alan Sondheim [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, 28 Sep 2006, Peter Ciccariello wrote: Quick note to tell you how much I enjoyed this one, reminding me of my father, in Jimmy Durante's voice, wishing us kids a good night. - Peter On 9/25/06, Sheila Murphy <[EMAIL PROTEC

whatever fragrance there is now it wasn't here a mile ago

2006-09-25 Thread Sheila Murphy
overly anything endures I guesspolarity isn't therapyyou dig said the arch-ychanneling my often fizzguess that's why infatu-let's not go (there)sheila e. murphy

Sitting in My New Chair

2006-09-25 Thread Sheila Murphy
Life is complicatedly good. I answer the phone "bueno." After the crash, I came back as a saint. Since then, it has remained a sin to want me. Good lifetime, Mrs. Calabash.sheila e. murphy

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