Once upon a time … the publishers take no responsibility for the increase in prescribed medications.

Translated: The Lost Narrative Sonnet Cycle of Rodrigo Elise Enfant. Revisited Note to the reader: The following translations have been undertaken from segments of recently discovered English, Chinese, Portuguese, and Spanish documents. No further material has been located. Despite their best efforts in dealing with the primary materials, the translators can offer no explanation as … Continue reading Once upon a time … the publishers take no responsibility for the increase in prescribed medications.

Snail Mail Cursive

My new poetry collection is now available, direct from the publisher, Ginninderra Press, in Australia, and anywhere (including Australia) on all the platforms, Book Depository, Amazon ... all of them. Enjoy. NOTE: Overseas purchasers cannot buy through Ginninderra Press, but it is available on all the platforms, including in Scandinavia. https://www.ginninderrapress.com.au/store.php?product/page/2627/James+Walton+%2F+Snail+Mail+Cursive

Number 11, 1952

Number 11, 1952 Watching them raise across the plainin time to dead stop my dent of caron the Alpine WayIn the middle of nowhere somewherehundreds of brumbies in vermin galloptheir seeing nonchalancePassing me in their own time lostheads tossing eyes askance watchingfoals and predatorsAs I gasp a forlorn unbid admirationthe herd wild over the sealed … Continue reading Number 11, 1952

Breathless, Artificial Intelligence

Breathless, Artificial Intelligence They were the words of my birth heard without comprehensiondigits in the countdown tasked for the demands of separationthen spinning in set routine functions a language alpha numericwe conversed by logistics plus transmissions spent earlierin curve and bounce restored for occasional retro speakthe algorithms began to stretch beyond the clocked sequencetime gave … Continue reading Breathless, Artificial Intelligence

Lost Covenant and me

Lost Covenant and me or is it, ‘I’cannot recall and that’spart of the problemI had a piece of sky fallin my pocket you loaned methe Harris Tweed jacketoverlong sleevestook it out at the inaugurationthere was something abouthepatitis written in Russianyou get the drift?and the ducks on the Potomacoverfed so luxuriantlazing humming old tunestook me all … Continue reading Lost Covenant and me