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Millennial Love Story

Thanks to Beauty Nursed On Darkness for the blog post, and to The Battered Suitcase, where the poem first appeared.

For information about the form in which this piece was written, please click HERE.
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Whimsicle Social Media Fuckery (What’s.The.Deal?Who’s.For.Real? ☀ MySpace ☀IN YOUR FACE!)

for “my best friends I’ve never met”:

“I just wanted to let you know that this is like, the only me… “

“O.K., I don’t photoshop my pictures. I’m just pretty, and you’re probably really ugly.”

:: Stop Stealing My Pictures! ::


*(Had to share these with you guys because
Shit is
br00t4l! And uh, yeah…the alliterative name?
Published under it “
way before MySpace.”
K4’s trademark symbol is a nice touch touch though, right?)

✮ ✬ ✮

The first clip is by Andrew Bravener;

The second? EffSwap.

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Match-Making In The Modern Age: With SwiftKarateChop & Audrey Kitching

Uncle Clint says
(with a granpappy wheeze):

“Such cute, cute kids
are these…”

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It’s National Poetry Month…and I, Uhh, Invented My Own ‘Poetic Form’

Nerd-a-riffic, yes.

As in: it’s now “registered” as a new literary artistic form, the whole bit.

However, with ‘free verse’ being the norm these days rather than the exception,

it seems the most radical thing a poet can do is conform to a rigid structure.

I created one with regard to meter, stanza—the title, even.

The first piece I wrote within this form is published here:

The Battered Suitcase: April, 2009

And I expound upon the form in an interview here:

Q/A With Kim Acrylic

As usual, I’m wordy as Sweet F.A…

so feel free to scan down to where I explain the “Millennial Haiku,” if you’re interested.

Tongue/Cheek?

Fiercely wriggled, please.&.thanks

CFF – Two Awards For Catalyst In 2008

“Renaissance Man Of The Year” and “Author With Most Anticipated New Release” from outré arts journal CFF

(Oh, and about that ‘new release’? I’m getting a bit impatient myself, thankyouverymuch…)

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Clint Catalyst’s “Slacker Intervention” — Case #1: The Millennial Without Motivation

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“A MILLENNIAL… that’s a SLACKER? An oxymoron, or just plain moronic? In this (ahem) “self-help” clip, Clint accepts the dare request to provide a helpful nudge to a Millennial who seems to be doing something revolutionary: NOTHING. MUCH. AT. ALL.”

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