Tuesday Honky-Tonk Review

16 Sept 1997

Well, wheels work whist-gently
Against The grain of sand and snow
l peruse To use The vehicle
To shew myself a new occupation.

Strange sinister laughs languor
Upon side shelved selfish beats and
Goals good us into reference
To share our same selves deliver.

Ape gone shat-mad carries
Surly show-me-all toy and toil
Begot, beget, behead, beloved, behooved,
Bereaved and bewildered
Shameless hussies in hot horny-pants
remind me
Of stiff loves generic equations.

More variables than you can shake
A voodoo doll at and get away with
the sun.

© Alexander Blair Nuttall / OGFOM-K Arts 1998
© Alexander Blair Nuttall / OgFOMK ArTS 1998 - 2017

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Little Vedic Poems

28. Apr. 1997

Little Vedic poems
about little Vedic things –
It doesn’t change much
But you’re not here to talk to
at this now –
This point.

Little Vedic poems
Have gotten to be written
The name has got to be used.

A title – yes – a title…
A label – yes – a word…
Yes – a word – a mnemonic of experience.

The clarity is in the definition
By the experience.

Id est

The word moves and changes reality
But remains the same.

Little Vedic Poems get written
By the ones who uncover
What the older ones
Were saying:

“Read the Rig,
Catch a jig,
Talk to me,
Be free.”



Poetry by Alex Nuttall, title: Little Vedic Poems, Original Date: 19970428 – © Alex Nuttall / OgFOMK ArTS 1997 – 2017 – Retro-published 20170822.

At some point in our history the oral tradition became one of the written word. We take this for granted. Some of us reject this. Some censure. Unique to the quality of mankind the word is the picture is the word. No amount of control can control those who wish to be in synchronized communication.

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“Little Vedic Poems“ by Alex Nuttall– 28. Apr. 1997 – #AlexNuttall #OgFOMK #Poetry #Writing #Vedas #Vedic #RigVeda