3.19.2008

i've turned another year over.
most memorable gifts:

the cure. disintegration
hipster haiku. siobhan adcock
a new bicycle. purple
simone de Beauvoir. les belles images
treasure map. ditch money







a few haiku's are necessary at this point:
...
i only kissed you
because i saw the playlists
on your damn iPod
.....
extra-small sweater
reveals a complete lack of
muscle tone, or fat
.......
when i said i've 'shown'
at that gallery, i meant
'shown up for work there'
...
fuck your SUV
my vespa gets good mileage
you're a dinosaur!
.....
write on my tombstone:
'never bought a greatest hits
compilation disc'
....
chan marshall, you fox
where do you get your lip gloss?
you're always glinty
..
gone, gone are the days
when we spoke derisively
of nine-to-five jobs
.....
my fantasy bar:
the jukebox is all b-sides
all emo, all night
..
wait, it's four a.m.
is that too late for me to
get into your pants?
.....
sometimes i worry
i'll be the only grandma
with no bicep tat
..
the end.
.....................................................
the rain poured against our windows today.
he's eating his hockey stick chocolate while playing, i sit in his leopard blue pants and grey vest while we comment on the Talking Heads playing behind us.
.
Lucky Bar, you're so cool and friendly. why can't i enjoy you for more than twenty minutes?
........
the lastest issue of Sports Illustrated is out.
competition ensues everytime we go to buy our vegetables.
look another way.
...
write. write more. smoke, no. don't.
the ymca lives closeby.
maarten registered us, and now we're headed to Bommel to find his roots.
that and visit Roskilde. i can't even pronounce it.
at least it's not Norsk.

7 Comments:

Blogger aaronrussin said...

you make me rethink a lot k.

i love your haikus.

March 24, 2008 6:32 AM  
Blogger Kristina said...

they aren't mine, sadly.
they are by Siobhan Adcock.
thank you though.

March 24, 2008 12:46 PM  
Blogger Stefan, Sarah and Lukka said...

ha! I love the grandma tat haiku.

March 25, 2008 6:20 AM  
Blogger Rachel said...

Wow I'm cool for giving you that book. Scene points!

March 25, 2008 2:31 PM  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

I think Mixel Pixel's "What Ever Happened To One" would be a great addition to your Hipster Haikus... My dear Kristina, I brings me joy to have made the list. Hope you are well.

March 29, 2008 6:19 PM  
Blogger eja_crepusculario said...

K.

The haiku's were wonderful, and I am quite sure you could have wrote them with little effort.

I miss you. And happy belated.

B

April 03, 2008 8:52 AM  
Blogger Marc said...

Your haikus made me enjoy haikus for the first time.

Marc

April 12, 2008 4:21 PM  

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