Poetry from Mark Young

This / isolation is / subsequently followed by


Galleries are no longer

free which is a drain on

spatial navigation. What

kind of aggressive tech-

niques are used to ensure

they did not die in vain?

I have antiquated some

of the bulk purchasing for


schools — let’s see if that

does the trick. You can tell

the love hotels by their

bright-lit neon signs with

funny names. It’s a favorable

plan for natural regeneration.



decidedly unglamorous


I load webrat & machinist. This
newer work seems cheapened.
Has changed color to an impure
red. Had I been here, I would
have been stoned with insertive
knockers & small advertisements
that are called namako, or sea
mice. Networks are lacking. An

allergy may be the cause. The state
of the sewage disposal system is a
physical reminder of their strong
connection to the alcohol industry.
Magnetic resonance imaging is used
as the theme of the anime series.



trailed off on both sides of the market


Not through reproduction but by a

process of supplemental queries,

the House has signed off on

a $11.9 billion project to enable

a series of intellectual activities

based on “bricolage.” The hypo-

thesis is that they will function

as a playground in which scien-


tists can mull over their under-

standing of difficult subjects, taking

their attention away from another

bill providing a $106.5 billion pack-

age for war matériel that is already

earmarked for Senate approval.


Are you stressed and lethargic? Caught

inside a perfectly rectangular block?

Under no obligation to obey the laws

of ethics or morality? Born with no

innate or built-in mental content?

Seem to have a limited lifetime? Refer

to landscaping in ways that do not

require supplemental irrigation? Fill


the Incense Cup with rice chaff ash

& do not compact? Talk of crystal

chandeliers in a fundamentally diff-

erent way? Use an opposition such

as “nature/culture” as a tool while not

accepting it as philosophical truth?


If any response is positive, use the Phase One plan

 Mark Young lives in a small town in North Queensland in Australia, & has been publishing poetry for almost sixty years. His most recent books are les échiquiers effrontés, a collection of surrealist visual poems laid out on chessboard grids, published by Luna Bisonte Prods, & The Word Factory: a miscellany, from gradient books of Finland. Due for publication are Residual sonnets from Ma Books, The Perfume of The Abyss from Moria Books, & an e-book, A Vicarious Life — the backing tracks, from otata.