Tag Archives: humor
Little devils clicking in his eye flashes – Johannes Beilharz (1979) From the poetry collection Rural Ditties (1980), typewritten on my trademark Olympia manual, acquired used for $35 in Boulder, Colorado, in 1977. This booklet saw an edition of 1 … Continue reading
Full moon over a Spanish town | Vollmond über spanischer Stadt A work in progress loosely based on a painting by John McLaughlin, here reproduced with a spectator comment: “We thought a piece might be missing.”
Disclaimer Any resemblance with any living person, sculpture, loudspeaker, box, slab or other piece of art – particularly by A. Kapoor – is not merely coincidental.
A reprieve poem in the vein of P.N. The weather is still warm – it’s drawer time for socks And I’ll bet you anything that they like it – no wear, no tear, no odor – Johannes Beilharz (© 2013) … Continue reading
Oops, they’re doing it again – vacuum at high blast, eleven p.m. – Johannes Beilharz (© 2013) Based on last night’s true story. How irritating the whine of a vacuum cleaner can be when you’re trying to sleep…