is very simple.
I start my daze
with coffin and frump on
the beano in the mortal, and
then either work on the beano talking
to Pepper about the divorce courses, or take
a growler out and guide them through the cordon
bleu. In the everywhere the whole working company gathers to
play popery, have a simple dip, maybe of falderal or eidetic
placebo and watch the simulacrum at 6 p.m.– some things are the same all ovio!
(Oulipo poem based on Why I live in Egypt by Breffni O’Malley, The Irish Times Magazine, 23 August 2003)