Issue 30, Summer-Fall 1963
A smile shrinks in the continual rains.
The cat stretches without opening his eyes.
The searches for interest begin, centrifugal
Journeys without souvenir through random tracts:
1750, tie psychology of plants.
Choreography of boredom, names of Greeks
Cut by Axe the son of Noman on a shin
At Abu Simbel, under water, Memnon singing
Every dawn: “but there it's always sunny.”
I scissor silhouettes of my wife yawning.
Languages WANTED, by schizomacaronic.
And farther back a still school-room resounds:
Energy cannot be created or destroyed.