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“getting old means getting lucky sometimes
means sometimes you learn
& along with other sweeter acquisitions
you learn that nine
tenths of what goes down is
bullshit
that there's just no way to be with people & not
smear yr tongue with bullshit lies
that it doesn't help to fuck with people & anyway
once you know how it's no fun any more”
John Thomas Idlet (John Thomas), Epopoeia And the Decay of Satire
“I think maybe today a poem I hope
after breakfast I start trying
pulling it out of my own gut
mostly by force”
John Thomas Idlet (John Thomas), Epopoeia And the Decay of Satire
“if you want to know whats really going on in the world note carefully what is never mentioned in the newspapers meaning of course that is he meant international money swindles & deals between jewish gold merchants & cabinet ministers”
John Thomas Idlet (John Thomas), Epopoeia And the Decay of Satire