I thought they killed you first and then worshipped you

I only get three minutes, but the poster is pretty damn kool. I’ll take it. Speaking of Robert Wrigley, I suspect he is the poet alluded to in a recent Dappled Things poem about envy. LOST-like interconnectedness once again rears its freaky head.


  1. Matthew Lickona says

    Well done, old man.

  2. You make this whole operation look legit.

  3. Jonathan Webb says

    Radical. You people push the boundries over there.

  4. Good poem. Mauriac, in Le Noeud de Vipers, says that his hatred was disproportionate to his disappointed hopes. But sometimes the same is true of love?

  5. Angelico Nguyen, Esq., OP says

    Two days till zero hour.

    Time to unleash the Korrektiv Street Team on Spokane.

  6. Churchill says

    I haven’t read any of those books cover to cover, but I dip in them from time to time.

    I’ve felt plenty of jealousy and envy, but until now disappointed hopes have never led to hatred.

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