Tag Archives: Jack Kerouac

Truth in Abstraction

I Under a hollow sky grey worn concrete listens scream of a solitary car. “Just want to write something. anything. been too long. Mind, liquid pencil. You know.” Jazz tickets on the dash. (solo performer – no net over absurdity) … Continue reading

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Freight Train (Poems)

Rollin’ on silver track slipstreams iron hide snake union pacific markings Rail track clatter under moon lit skies beat poets pen jerks across the page in a box car jungle Freight train touched by moon beams explodes into a cloud … Continue reading

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Infinite Freight Train

You are at the station, waiting for your train. The train is delayed by some time and you begin to-day dream. You are lost in the midst of your imagination and in this haze you lose track of time. By … Continue reading

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Jack Kerouac and Freight Trains

Human beings encounter a great many things during the course of a lifetime. Whether it be other people, film, music, literature or simply day-to-day events human beings build up a vast catalogue of experiences. Sometimes these experiences collide and seeing … Continue reading

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