By T.R. Hummer
In Available Surfaces , T. R. Hummer explores the artwork of constructing either poetry and tune, and of the concept that of "making" itself. He attracts on formative years reviews and studies as an grownup, as a poet, and as an explorer of unworldly areas to check that "something ineffable concerning the technique of making of which the poem is the exemplary artifact."
Hummer grew up within the deep South, and spent lots of his highschool years enjoying saxophone in numerous rock and roll bands sooner than he met poetry. This musical effect is seen in his paintings: he usually discusses poetry including song, or track with poetry, and his occupation has integrated either writing and performance.
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We can sacrifice the sentimentalism of our vision of history. Our inner child, our Eden, is not pure. We must not cling to it. American atavism is peculiarly dangerous. It produces insularity, surly isolationism, false consciousness. Ours is a homemade country. That is part of what is problematic about us; it is also our strength, for that which we made once, we can make again and again, the same way (as Whitman understood so well) we make and remake a poem. What we have created we can re-create.
When, after a couple of minutes of examining my eyes, her face suddenly lit up in delight, it was not, alas, I who was the cause of her pleasure; it was my Syndrome: it was that bastard Duane. ” she declared (in fact, she almost sang). ” she said, as if it were the most obvious thing in the world, and at the same time a variety of miracle. ” “I’d like my assistants to see this. ” ❧ My poor mother was one of the first generation of mothers deflected by the work of Dr. Benjamin Spock. In 1946, his The Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care appeared; it became an immediate best seller.
In the day time the street was dusty, but at night the dew settled the dust and the old man liked to sit late because he was deaf and now at night it was quiet and he felt the difference. The two waiters inside the cafe knew that the old man was a little drunk, and while he was a good client they knew that if he became too drunk he would leave without paying, so they kept watch on him. “Last week he tried to commit suicide,” one waiter said. ” Feeling a little drunk on mimeograph ink, I read these words.
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