Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Fang Marks.

And then there is this image, and at first I identify with it in some slightly modified form,
but realize it may be America itself, or is it the world as animalian self?

Ovid's Calydonian Boar
Melville's Moby Dick
Culhwch and Olwen's Twrch Trwyth

Ovid as read by Dryden, and given by the Jellybean Weirdo because of this line's
proximity to Latte':

Froth fills his Chaps, he sends a grunting Sound.
And part he churns, and part befoams the Ground.

For tusks.
and thunder in the mouth.
the baffler and the mangler.


hieroglyphs like scars upon its back.

Earth changed to Primuua.


Exceptionally courageous.

The Hersiliad.

1 comment:

  1. The latte pig rules, just a pure and lovely thing. Thanks for the mo' po' - now I have to go and look things up though. Which is good for me, as I am an ignoramus or even meese, tho' I have no wish to end up like the Pirate Pugg, whose faustian joy in information met modern techniques with a clang and a neverending rustle. (See: Lem, Kyberiada, forget which Sally) - anyway, thanks. Off to my cold coffee - what a devilstorm this morning! Retrieved a very wet cat and made a fire before light - now it's doing that blown-clean thing that, if patentable, would be the nicest smell ever.

    talk to you later -


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