Cami Park

Posts Tagged ‘Door’

Always an orphanage

In Celebrity, Household, Poetry on September 8, 2010 at 6:46 pm

[Acknowledging Death Was in the Room…]
John Pursley III

Acknowledging death was in the room, she unwound the clocks & removed the jewelry from the nightstand– the small stack of coins & the blue plastic pillbox that never stayed closed. She ran water in the bathroom, working her hands along the porcelain basin of the sink, refolded the towels and plucked, from the carpet, the small bits of leaves they’d ushered in on their shoes. Outside, a train knocked against the trestles towards Chicago, or Detroit, some city she couldn’t quite conceive of– all those buildings butting up against one another, & to what end? Here is a circle. And here, a square. Here is the rectangle where [insert famous name] saved an orphanage from destruction by fire. Always an orphanage, or runaway bride– a kidney-shaped pool being drained of water. Always the encapsulary fragment that says we are moved…are moving. And what of it? she might have asked, his clothes neatly stacked by the door to their bedroom, what of it?

Some things are like treeswings

In Architecture, Philosophy, Poetry on September 1, 2010 at 11:07 am

Progress Under Blue Sky and Clouds
Karl Parker

It’s difficult to consider building a barn
when we still don’t have a clue down here about the front door.
There is, however, a seemingly-endless amount of stuff

to get lost in, occasionally come alive inside (at least
that’s what it feels like) an old treestump
or someone’s accent. Some things are like treeswings

that don’t need trees, and therefore of intrinsic good.
You see, we proceed by default, but don’t tell that to the weather
or little rivers of flies start to stream from our education.

Doors, abandon

In Architecture, Confessional, History on November 13, 2009 at 6:08 pm

Abandoned Places in the World

I’ve been neglectful, and I’m sorry. It’s a busy month for me writing and otherwise, but I will be gradually picking it all back up again.

What the goat says

In Advice, Fashion, Photography on October 1, 2009 at 1:33 am
Nazif Topçuoğlu

Nazif Topçuoğlu

Goat Horoscope
1907, 1919, 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003

Chinese Goat Daily for Oct. 1st, 2009 (Today)

All those natives who’ve had diffuse troubles will finally be able to be cured. Don’t have any regrets for a new conquest who has fled you so rapidly; another very charming person will already be on the way! Despite your habitual prudence, you’ll hardly be able to resist your present desires for spending. In your work, favor quality over output for the time being. Slow your tempo and strengthen your achievements, otherwise you may go past the door in your hurry to find it.

The world is a fragmentary place

In Art, How to, Prose on August 18, 2009 at 8:53 am

by Kevin White

It all started with an image out of the corner of my eye. There was no corresponding smell. The sounds of someone running. Laughing. crying.

She was Italian through and through.

Move ‘A’ off of the defined space. Move it towards the wall and turn it sideways to fit. Drag ‘B’ off (towards the double door). Leave ‘B’ positioned parallel to the transept shouldar 12e.

All remaining objects, lint, dirt, are to be removed. Begin rolling article 13c. towards the main door. Begin by rolling a tube approx.; 2″ in diameter. Upon finishing the rolling, tie 13c. with 10 guage steel wire at 25″ intervals.

via Calamari Press