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tawdry_hepburnSep. 29th, 2009 11:14 pm Spring Awakening @ Orange County Performing Arts Center


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Apr. 21st, 2009 04:18 pm Invictus by William Ernest Henley

In Honor of April 2009, National poetry month

I present Invictus by William Ernest Henley by youtubers:

(See poem in the youtube description)

I am doing another poetry Collab
check my blog for details

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May. 25th, 2008 01:56 am

Want to go to Mighty Mic?

FREE TICKETS AVAILABLE TO EVERYONE (Students, Faculty, and all community members) ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT - FIRST COME FIRST SERVE - LINEUP AT BETWEEN 4:00 - 6:00 PM IN FRONT OF ACKERMAN GRAND BALLROOM on the UCLA CAMPUS - $10 Suggested donation - 100% of proceeds are going towards purchasing a mobile clinic!

for more info check out http://www.mightymic.org or email mightymicconcert@gmail.com

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Feb. 29th, 2008 04:00 pm Art & Poetry Contest ($500 Cash Prize)

Check out the Youtube Art and Writing contest

help raise awareness by rating and commenting on that video.

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Feb. 4th, 2008 10:31 pm

As you know, tomorrow is Super Tuesday, where more than 22 states will hold their primaries or caucuses—one state which will be California. I am voting for BARACK OBAMA because I feel that he has the necessary experience to serve this country and has also utilized grassroots efforts to engage and excite millions of people, transcending race, ethnicity, gender, ability, immigrant status, political party, etc. These past couple of months, America has seen someone who can CHANGE policies and the lives of many, give the ordinary person HOPE for a better tomorrow and has done so with INTEGRITY, RESPECT and POISE.

Counting down the hours before Super Tuesday begins, I wanted to share a new independent video about BARACK OBAMA. For me, it embodies the sense of inspiration that so many people feel about his candidacy. Words don't do it justice, you have to watch it for yourself

I hope you will join me in voting for Barack Obama. Find your polling place: http://my.barackobama.com/CAlookup

It's time to put an end to the say-anything-to-win politics of the past. Together we can face the challenges of the future with a new kind of politics and a new kind of leadership. If you already know where you'll be voting on Tuesday, take a minute to invite five of your friends to look up their polling place:http://my.barackobama.com/CAlookup or in CA you can call the state registrars office at 1-800-345-VOTE


BTW here are some pix from Fridays Obama rally outside of Kerckhoff Hall at UCLA with Tatyana Ali, Max Kennedy (RFK's son), Kerry Washington, and California State Majority Assemblymember Karen Bass + some pix from yesterdays Obama rally at Pauley Pavilion (UCLA) with Oprah, Caroline Kennedy, Michelle Obama, Stevie Wonder and surprise guest Maria Shriver

Most of the pictures are under the cut because they are pretty big

Free Image Hosting at www.ImageShack.us
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Here are a few details and rules that will help make the voting process run smoothly. Make sure to share these with your friends:

*Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to at least 8:00 p.m. Anyone in line at the time the polls close is allowed to vote.

*Voters have the right to cast a provisional ballot even if their name is not listed on the voting rolls. If a voter is at the wrong polling location and has time to get to the correct polling location before polls close at 8:00 p.m., they should go to the correct one and vote with a regular ballot instead of voting with a provisional ballot at the wrong location.

*If you declined to select a political party when you registered to vote, you can still vote for Barack Obama if you request a Democratic ballot from the poll worker. Make sure you mark "Democratic" in the appropriate space or the vote might not be counted.

*Voters have the right to return a completed vote-by-mail ballot to any precinct in their county.

*If you have any difficulties, you can call the California Obama Election Protection Hotline:
o LOS ANGELES: (310) 801-9546 or (310) 779-0816
o SAN FRANCISCO/BAY AREA: (510) 520-5025
o OAKLAND/EAST BAY: (415) 606-6043
o SAN DIEGO: (619) 770-7105

find your polling place in CA: http://my.barackobama.com/CAlookup or call the state registrars office at 1-800-345-VOTE

In other states please google your state registrars office or visit: http://my.barackobama.com/page/content/statepages

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Jan. 31st, 2008 03:19 pm

Hi everyone, please join us tomorrow on the UCLA campus for a HUGE rally for Barack Obama - Lots of national press is going to be there, so come show us your beautiful face!


KATE WALSH From Grey’s Anatomy & Private Practice
Kimberly Washington From the movie Ray
Tatyana Ali From Fresh Prince of Bel Air
Senator Gil Cedillo
D'Artagnan Scorza - UC Student Regent-designate

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Assembly Majority Leader Karen Bass
Max Kennedy - Robert F. Kennedy’s son

Meet at 11AM, FEB 1st at DE NEVE PLAZA


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Oct. 1st, 2006 12:19 pm Hello!

Want to help bring poetry back into the LA spotlight?Collapse )

Current Location: the den
Current Mood: bouncybouncy
Current Music: Iggy Pop and the Stooges- Lust for Life

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Oct. 1st, 2006 12:17 pm Some more something somethings...

Melancholia's Crossing into the Great UnknownCollapse )

Current Location: the den
Current Mood: creativecreative
Current Music: Rufus Wainwright- Natasha

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Oct. 1st, 2006 12:15 pm A little something something...

Anticipating ParadisoCollapse )

Current Location: the den
Current Mood: flirtyflirty
Current Music: Sergio Mendes- Mas Que Nada

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Nov. 30th, 2005 11:49 pm Sunday Sleeping

her arms stroked silken sheets
Arms like milk,
like sex held in sun-warmed rooms.
Bare toes
curled gently
as sunlight longingly presses
against cream-colored eyelids.
laquered eyelashes
slide open, revealing her soul

As my heart flutters,

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Oct. 2nd, 2005 05:50 pm

FoundCollapse )

Mercilessly cross posted.

Bright the day.


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Aug. 22nd, 2005 07:32 pm -30-

Dash30dash Welcomes new_birth as our new Challenge Masteress.

Coming Wednesdays
Participation is completely free!

If you haven't already Create an account OR Login Here to meet other poets, and get ready for the challenge.

Selected entries will be featured on the Dash30dash.com website, and after a year or so the bestof the best will be considered for publication in the Dash30Dash first annual poetry anthology.

New challenges will be posted at the Dashboard Forum for members to participate. Remember, Membership is free, entering the challenge is free. There's nothing to lose!

So come take the poetry challenge, or just come to read and have fun.

more info to come

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Jul. 14th, 2005 05:39 pm

is anyone familiar with a spoken word artist in LA that goes by the voice of god?

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Jun. 2nd, 2005 03:49 pm Roommate!

i'm not much of a poet... i'm more of a visual storyteller, but anyway...

24yr old animator/illustrator Floridian male moving from San Diego to Los Angeles around June 24th. Pretty much gonna be needing a roommate. Anyone interested?

and if you're a poet who wants a roommate and someone to translate your works into something more illustrated and animated, i'm your guy! i hope! :)

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Mar. 17th, 2005 12:57 pm Perpetual Motion Roadshow #22!

You like underground literature? How about spoken word?
Of course you do.

Then check out the Perpetual Motion Roadshow next Thursday!
Featuring "Superficial Storyteller" Mickey Hess from Louisville; "Disgruntled Guitarist" Ocho from Ashland, OR; and "Puppet-packing Satirist" Jeff Cottrill from Toronto! Also featuring a local act.

WHEN: Thursday, March 24, 7:00 p.m.
WHERE: Flor y Canto, 3706 N. Figueroa Ave., Los Angeles
COVER: Pay-what-you-can

For more information, click here and/or here.
Come on out and support indie presses!

Current Mood: excitedexcited

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Mar. 11th, 2005 10:36 am awhile ago

while i hang you up on high
you don't seem to mind too much, though i
feel the reasons for consciousness leaving me

my body is a chandelier to catch the light
of your grin, fragile if you should let it fall
but you don't seem to mind too much, so long
as there is fuel in the fire of this song

this is a distant proposal in which
i offer you my hand, what makes it move and
want to hold your heart inside, close to mine

it gets easier by the day
to do things with patience, to mean what i say
you don't seem to mind too much
i would share with you, i would not take

Current Music: regina spektor / the ghost of corporate future

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Feb. 16th, 2005 05:20 pm It's a song, but I don't think I'm done with it yet...

Let's find a stretch of road one night
I'll wear the coat you said you liked
We'll find a place where we can just
Fade away

You hold me in your arms so tight
Both unsure but it feels so right
Look in your eyes I feel I can
Drift away

The sun can go and screw itself
'Cause then I'll be with someone else
And everything we've ever had
Seems hopeless and all for nothing...

That's all I have so far, what do you think?


Current Mood: excitedexcited
Current Music: Nate Baldwin - Fingers

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Feb. 3rd, 2005 05:00 pm Call for poets : Last minute notice :(

Sorry folks i was just going through my e-mail and ran across this and thought i put it up... support the arts! Win 50 bucks to boot read on!

I am running a small poetry slam at the Academy of New Musical Theatre next Saturday, February 5 at 12, and I need poets to join in. It is a fundraiser for the school. There will be a $50 prize. Can you put out this announcement to your mailing list for me?

I need slam or performance or just poets-- maybe 6 or 7 poets for a fundraiser poetry slam for the Academy of New Musical Theatre. You will need to bring 2-3 poems (depending on how many competitors we get), each can be no longer than 3 minutes. No use of props allowed.

Date: Saturday, February 5, 2005
Time: 12-2 pm
Location: 1457 Seward Street, 2nd floor, Hollywood, CA

Please contact me if you would like to participate.

thea at iberall dot com

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Jan. 8th, 2005 12:52 pm Explore your boundaries....

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Jan. 4th, 2005 12:34 pm A new venue for a new year and a call for poets



Open Poetry Readings SECOND AND FOURTH SUNDAYS, 2005 = 2:00 - 5:00 PM
We would take pleasure in hearing your unique voice.

Come sign up to read and let us hear your POETIC VOICES, or just come to listen (read your own work or a favorite Poet's work). No Fees Taken, No Fees Given.

Home Brew Coffee Company
661 West Arrow Highway
San Dimas, Ca.

Located across the street from Lowes Hardware, one block North off the I-57 freeway, Arrow Highway exit. Located on your right side, on Bonita Ave., in shopping mall area. Corner of Bonita Ave. and Arrow Hwy.


2:00 - 2:40 = various artists present musical melodies during greetings and camaraderie.
SIGN UPS FOR OPEN MIC READING. Youth appropriate Language = A must.
2:40 - 3:10 = Open Mic Poetry readings
3:10 - 3:35 = 1st featured POET.
3:35 - 3:50 = Musical interlude.
3:50 - 4:15 = 2nd featured POET.
4:15 - 4:45 = Open Mic Poetry readings
4:45 - 5:00 = Closing and announcements.

We POETS extend thanks to Home Brew Coffee Company for these opportunities.
Let us know if you'd like to be featured POET at an upcoming OUR POETIC VOICES Reading.

Contact Person: Albert Lee Moran 909-444-5758 Lakolya@aol.com

January 9, 2005 - Jack Fulbeck - Well Worth Hearing.
January 9, 2005 - Lee Collins - Unique sense of humor.
Great time to read praises or laments of the New Year.
Music by: Gerardo Venegas Hernandez.

January 23, 2005 - Bruce Arnold - Poet
January 23, 2005 - Judith Pacht - Publisher Author, columnist.
Goals and shattered resolutions make wondrous verse.
Music by: Jeremy Corr (Yes, he's back and will be rotating as 1 of our musicians, he has CDs available).

February 13, 2005 - Jim Lyon
February 13, 2005 - Edmund Industan
Get those romantic verses going.
Music by:

THEME: Open Themes
February 27, 2005 - Gerardo Venegas Hernandez
February 27, 2005 -
Honor our leaders, or condemn their actions in poems, or open topics.
Music by:

March 13, 2005 -
March 13, 2005 -
Capture those minute moments.
Music by:

March 27, 2005 -
March 27, 2005 -
Read your Easter poems to family and friends.
Music by:

April 10, 2005 -
April 10, 2005 -
Amuse or expose all those fools in your life.
Music by:

April 24, 2005 -
April 24, 2005 -
Good time for odes about lengths of days.
Music by:

May 8, 2005 - Tanya Ko
May 8, 2005 -
Bring your mom and read to her, or if you are a mom, read to your kids.
Music by:

May 22, 2005 - Marge Voigt
May 22, 2005 -
Write for all the lost souls to be remembered.
Music by:

June 12, 2005 -
June 12, 2005 -
Praise dads this month through your talents.
Music by:

June 26, 2005 -
June 26, 2005 -
What about those new summer sonnets?
Music by:

July 10, 2005 -
July 10, 2005 -
Break free with some radical and independent poems.
Music by:

July 24, 2005 -
July 24, 2005 -
Serine moments and refreshing breezes emanates soothing poems.
Music by:

We still need more featured readers (Any level / Any age), so lets get the word out. We all need to present our poetry to the masses.

If you have a favorite theme you would like to offer, please contact us.

Thank you to those that have read and those that will read. These readings are to exercise your Poetic Voices.

A. L. Moran

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Dec. 25th, 2004 02:14 am

Merry Christmas Everyone!

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Dec. 25th, 2004 02:14 am

Through the avenues of my life
I find pieces of you
Valed in misleading truths and honest lies
Always in places I least expect
Attempting to save myself from you...from me
The rash impetuous boy, grown old too soon
Even with all my skill and subtlety, slow to anger
Yet swift with vengeance...its the scorpion in me I think...
I find myself lost, in these vague remembrances

I find pieces of you in places I least expect,
Especially when I attempt to push you to the corners of my mind
When all is safe, and honest, and pure, in the dark shadows of twilight
I find you there... or there... or here...and startled I pause...stunned by your light
Blinded from all else but your divine radiance
Yet it is the scorpion in me that chooses to sting, and cling and sting again
Trying to escape the unknown...yet that is an honest lie...
Truth be told, I wouldn’t want to escape...
But my venom is deadly
And like Romeo who drinks the fatal vial
Just as Juliet wakes,
He looks into her eyes...
Knowing its too late

Though I would seek to beat death...that too is an honest lie
I have been embraced by it far too long...
The pieces of you I find are becoming fewer... and more precious
Tiny treasures that fade away on the winds, and death comes to all things
A misleading truth, in that from death, life also springs....
But I do not cling to hope for I’ve stung that too...
My venom is deadly and there is no cure...
I hope,
that is an honest lie...


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Dec. 6th, 2004 03:43 pm Poetry, Art and Compassion

AMO 1.3 Amoration Holiday Edition

In this update:
Upcoming events, performances and media projects

Happy Holidays and a very big thank you for your support of Amoration's creative pursuits. 2004 has been an amazing year and the best is yet to come! Our Amoration bridgebuilding team is EXCITED and we are pouring everything we've got into our upcoming work in Bihar, India. 12 amazing volunteers have stepped forward from three continents to join us for this groundbreaking experiment in creative compassion.

Now comes the best part: bringing you along for the journey!
We depart in 9 weeks and must raise $60,000 by January 15th to make this schoolbuilding project possible. This includes all travel expenses for our volunteer team, materials to build and furnish the school, gifts to sustain the school for one year and production materials to document the entire process.

To offer a gift via paypal, credit card or check visit

Project partners will be recognized with a special presentation at the new school in Bihar and on the DVD/documentary. Copies of the DVD and special acknowledgments will also be given to those who choose
to become Partner Producers with a gift of $500 or more. The final documentary is designed for television broadcast as a model for grassroots community building -- when was the last time you saw a reality show that had this much heart?

We are opening our new studios to you for a special one-day holiday gift
event! Artwork, photographs, jewelry and other gifts will be on sale to
benefit the Bridge to Bodhgaya. Come visit our studio and meet our
staff at 3303 Pico Blvd in Santa Monica, behind the UnUrban Cafe and across from Trader Joes.

"Privilege-Sharing", our grassroots partners in India, has sent the
following list of items to help furnish the school and care for the
communities where they work. We encourage all classrooms, civic groups
and communities of faith to host local donation drives and drop off
donated items to our studio in Santa Monica by January 15th.

List of requested items:
child art supplies
pens, pencils, erasers, sharpeners
little bags to hold these supplies
educational toys and tools (flash cards, paperback books)
simple board games (small and light is best)
a globe
a map of the world
first aid supplies
vitamins and basic medicines (unopened only please)
pipecleaners and colorful small toys
inflatable balls or small rubber balls
backpacks in new or good condition
computers: macintosh is best
software and accessories

We regret that shipping heavy items is not economically viable
(unless you can help secure travel and shipping arrangements!). Food,
clothing, blankets, soap and other sundries will be purchased in India for
the community.

Thank you all so much for your continued support of Amoration's
work around the world. We are thrilled to share with you in creating
a culture of conscious compassion!


January 18th: INTIMATE at the UnUrban, 8PM 3301 Pico, Santa Monica

A night of art, bodypainting, poetry, discussion and exploration of connection

February 15th: AMORATION at the UnUrban, 7PM 3301 Pico, Santa Monica
Come view the first footage of our work in India and discuss love, engagement and action around the world

Love and light for this beautiful holiday season....
Jennifer Evonne

*to update our mailing list, please respond via email to amoration@fotki.com*
For more photos of Privilege-Sharing's work in Bihar, visit http://public.fotki.com/amoration/bridge_to_bodhgaya

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Nov. 30th, 2004 09:29 am Dash30Dash Poetry Challenge

Poetry Challenge

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alliecatjewelryNov. 29th, 2004 08:43 pm Tribal Café mailing list... :)

If anyone wants to be added to the mailing list that is strictly for announcing the opening date/time/etc. of Tribal Café in Echo Park, and a few other announcements like the post below this one (needing creative people to help out), just email me at: martha@alliecatjewelry.com with the email address you want to be added in the body of the email if it's different than your "Reply To:" email address. You won't be getting any emails after the café opens as I will possibly be helping the owner, Josh, set up a regular, on-going mailing list for that. If I do end up helping him do that, you'll know about it beforehand by joining this mailing list above (I'll post about it in this Live Journal, also) and you'll have the option of continuing to receive Tribal Café updates. You can unsubscribe at any time whatsoever and your email address will never be given/shown/sold/etc. to anyone at any time, period.

Anyways, thank you and I hope to see you at Tribal Café soon!!! :D ;) PEACE!!! :D ;)

*** Martha ***


Current Mood: relaxedrested- finally, but we'll see
Current Music: TV (Channel 7) on low, traffic in background, etc.... :)

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Nov. 21st, 2004 11:08 pm Call For Submissions


-30- is an online literary and art magazine that is looking for new artists and writers of all kinds.
-30- Online Magazine, is looking for submissions in:
Articles and Essays (on art/poetry)
And more.

Send your submissions or questions to Submissions@dash30dash.com
Your subject line must contain the phrase 'poetry submission' or it will be filtered out before we even see it.

Please list the titles of all pieces at the top of your email.
We accept up to 5 poems per submission.
Previous publications are accept (please make a note of any)
No Simultaneous submissions.

Do not include any attachments.
Contact the editor prior to sending any art/multimedia submissions
(subject should read Submissions Query)

Don't forget to check out the site to get a sample of what we have published in the past.

Join our Dashboard Poetry forum to participate in up and coming poetry contests

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Contributing Editor
http://dash30dash.com --> In 2005 We launch our first Poetry Contests!
http://ub3.homepagetools.com/Dashboard/ our new Bulletin Board! Sign-Up Free!
Add us to your MySpace profile at http://profiles.myspace.com/users/5741155

Help us out by reposting this in your MySpace Bulletin

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alliecatjewelryNov. 16th, 2004 03:48 pm New cafe/coffeehouse called Tribal Cafe opening soon in Echo Park!!! :)

GREETINGS!!! :) My name is Martha Packard and I used to be an employee at the Onyx-Sequel Café (coffeehouse) on Vermont Ave. in Los Feliz and, also, the Onyx Echo in Echo Park. Anyways, this is to let as many people as possible know about a new café/coffeehouse opening up in Echo Park called Tribal Cafe by ex-Onyx regular, Josh!!! :) It will be open in about 4-6 weeks (from around 11/12/04) and I will post in this community when the opening day is. It is located near the corner of Temple and Union in Echo Park on the north side of the street (the second building west of the hardware store) and there will be some parking behind the café and plenty of parking on side streets around the café as well. More details to follow!!! :)

Tribal Cafe wants to put together an Onyx Alumni art opening/entertainment event and if you are an artist and/or entertainer of any type and are interested in being in the show (or future shows and events), please contact me at: martha@alliecatjewelry.com. Any other suggestions/proposals such as poetry readings, art openings, performance art, music, stand-up comedy, plays, etc., are welcome, also!!! :)

Vice © 2003, Hank T. Ripper

Martha's Onyx Page:

e pluribus slackus


S.A. Griffin's Onyx Page:

e pluribus slackus

S.A. Griffin's The Open Ended It:

Let's make this thing happen!!! :) I'll let you all know of the opening and I'll see you all there (or be square)!!! :D ;) PEACE!!! :D ;)

*** Martha ***

Current Mood: busybusy... :)
Current Music: Bob Dylan- Blonde On Blonde

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Sep. 29th, 2004 07:09 pm Open Mike Fri night in Santa Monica

Need a spot to try out your spoken word? here is a comfy cozy venue
only restriction is on foul language and they say that up front because of its location...
go and lay down some verse...

Hi poetry friends,

On behalf of my co-hosts, Dave Nordling, Mani Suri,
and Marie Lecravain, I’d like to invite you to join us
for another Friday night of great open mic poetry.
We’d sure love to hear your wonderful words as well,
so come on down and join us.

Our feature this Friday is Mike the Poet. Mike is a
dynamic force and a pleasure to listen to him. Come
down Friday and hear him.

On the 8th we’ll feature Terry McCarty. Eric Haber
will feature on the 15th. T.J. Sullivan will headline
on the 22nd and David Bloome will feature on the 29th
of October.

Every Friday the Rapp Saloon is available as a place
for you to share your words. We have been here for
nearly two years and our goal continues to be to
provide a space for poets to share with other poets
and with people who enjoy hearing the spoken word. We
would sure love to have your words be a part of this
Friday’s reading.

Our reading starts at 8PM with sign-ups at 7:30.

The Rapp Saloon is located in the Hostelling
International building at 1436 2nd St in Santa Monica
(between Santa Monica Blvd. and Broadway). Our hosts
at the hostel ask that we not bring food and drink
into of the Rapp Saloon and that we avoid using
profanity. Please show your respect for our hosts by
adhering to these requests.

Improved directions:

The construction is done in Santa Monica but this is
still the easiest way to the Rapp if you are getting
off the 10, Santa Monica Freeway exit at Lincoln. Get
in the second lane from the right. Go across Lincoln
and turn right on 7th Street. Then turn left on
Colorado and take Colorado to 2nd St and turn right.
Cross Broadway and there is a parking structure right
across the street from the Rapp Saloon. There is
another, larger, parking structure one block north.

For more information about the poetry scene visit

Another site for information about the local poetry
scene is poeticdiversity.org

Week in and week out we have some of the finest poetry
in the Southland. Come on down Friday and be a part
of it.

Pete Justus

Current Mood: chipperchipper

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Sep. 16th, 2004 01:41 pm Intro and Prose


With sugar-coated laughter
And eyes of glittering glass
She talks pink,
With her cotton candy thoughts.

She lives the style that proclaims "Vive en Rose!"
Of course,
If she was told that,
The expression of a disinterested cow
Blankly chewing its cud
Would drape itself over her high cheekbones
And Cupid's bow lips.

But she will brush off
That wrinkle-causing knowledge
For her lipsticks and bubblegum voice
And her mascara-clad lashes that flutter just-so
One day, will make the most beautiful shroud, don't you know...


Hey, my name's Rashel, and I'm new.. Hope you liked it..

Current Mood: anxiousanxious
Current Music: The Smiths - London

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Aug. 31st, 2004 01:34 am One Last Post for Tonight... Def Poetry JAM!!!

read this....

For all those who wanted to get their chance to send in a tape for the upcoming season of HBO's Def Poetry here it is. Format for tapes/DVDs (no audio cassettes, please!!) 2 poems performed in front of a live audience (no longer than 5 minutes in length for both poems) Name and contact info necessary all the bio stuff is not. Tapes will be accepted until the 21st of September. Send to: Shihan Van Clief, c/o Def Poetry, 5923 Willoughby Ave #1Los Angeles, CA 90038

I guess i'll be making my tape sometime next week...

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