Thursday, December 02, 2010

Pillow Book 5: Breakfast Kraut

What cereals would be called if they had sauerkraut in them:

1.  Krautios
2.  Kraut Loops
3.  Kraut Jacks
4.  Kraut Pops
5.  Kraut Krispies
6.  Kraut Crunch
7.  Cap'n Kraut
8.  Frosted Mini Kraut
9.  Frosted Kraut
10.  Shreaded Kraut
11.  Kraut Nuts
12.  Honey Bunches of Kraut
13.  Special K

Pillow Book 4: Lexicon of Rattle

Words from poems in the most recent edition of Rattle, a poetry magazine:

1.  dog
2.  bird
3.  bone
4.  smoke
5.  heart
6.  shit (more than once); (also: cat poop); (also:  pee)
7.  living
8.  gophers
9.  fish (way more than once)
10.  bear
11.  roots
12.  veins
13.  world (more than once); (also:  earth)
14.  breast feeding
15.  sleep
16.  dead man
17.  beauties of ruin
18.  love
19.  goats
20.  Theseus walking threadless into a maze
21.  fork
22.  rabbit carcasses (also:  cadaver dog)
23.  artichokes
24.  father
25.  mouth
26.  hands
27.  shoes (more than once)
28.  brick
29.  sun
30.  children
31.  woman
32.  surrender
33.  house (more than once) (also:  home)
34.  time
35.  egg
36.  sex
37.  cigars
38.  hell
39.  honey
40.  heat
41.  teacher
42.  poem (more than once)
43.  bodies (also:  body)  (more than once)
44.  sky
45.  hair (more than once)
46.  girls (also:  boy or boys)
47.  deranged
48.  hatmakers
49.  limbs
50.  door
51.  darkness
52.  beating
53.  return
54.  eyes
55.  song (also:  music)
56.  deaf
57.  tomorrow
58.  bathroom
59.  table
60.  squirrels (more than once)
61.  stroke
62.  morning
63.  umbrella
64.  gloves
65.  sand
66.  ice
67.  snow
68.  me  (way more than once); (also:  I)
69.  give
70.  dream
71.  future
72.  eyelid
73.  veil
74.  terrified
75.  dust
76.  deer
77.  afterlife
78.  tea
79.  blackberries
80.  cats
81.  hammer
82.  rocks
83.  cabinent
84.  envelope
85.  phone (more than once

Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Pillow Book 3: Warm Things

1.  summer stones and shells
2.  compliments (real ones)
3.  puppies and babies
4.  an unexpected kindness (as when the young woman offers the emaciated Buddha the rice porridge or when the theater troupe offers wild strawberries and milk to the beleaguered Knight in Bergman's The Seventh Seal)
5.  shoulder blades, when touched with my cold hand
6.  cooing of mourning doves
7.  color of a hoodoo or mesa
8.  a William Stafford poem
9.  berries just off the bush
10.  coffee, too long ago poured

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