Blood of a Poet is Cocteau's first film, the one with the mouth wiped off the painting onto the hand. .
Terry Southern's Strangelove idiocy,
preservation of precious bodily fluids,
like most idiodysseys, is only superficially dismissible.
It also represents a concept with which men can create a concern!
Neil Ericksen wrote, in Legs Like These,
"This star has kept her strength and speed,
while I have spent my sacred seed.
I find now I have little left.
Desire much but deed bereft..."
Retain, recirculate, or, for the real dopamines, release and reinject it....
In Antifolkonline's May '03 "RS" interview, Jeff Lewis, referred-back-into-existence this
"songs with monologues"
introduced at a Su Polo Poetry Night at Revival.
Songs include the above Neil Ericksen lyric, "Venus & Melonion," and "Crowded Avenue."
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