Category Archives: Poetry written in the 1990’s

Poems written from 1990 – 1999.

  • For Abby: Part Two

    Posted on December 31, 1991 by admin in Poetry written in the 1990's.

    For Abby: Part Two by James Landrith respect – the first thing we spoke of – yours for me you scared me confused me amazed me Did you ever get your license? I wished I’d found out If it’s worth anything now, I never hated you. I think you knew that. Copyright © 1991 James […]

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  • For Abby: Part One

    Posted on December 31, 1991 by admin in Poetry written in the 1990's.

    For Abby: Part One by James Landrith Some roads only lead one way Away Goodbye Abby Copyright © 1991 James A. Landrith, Jr. All rights reserved. {mos_sb_discuss:7}

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  • Personal For Sam I Am

    Posted on December 7, 1991 by admin in Poetry written in the 1990's.

    Personal For Sam I Am by James Landrith Dry A new word to you What’s it like to be able to see again? The world is fucked Congratulations You aren’t (07 December 1991, 9:50 pm – Camp Lejeune, NC) Copyright © 1991 James A. Landrith, Jr. All rights reserved. {mos_sb_discuss:7}

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  • PIGS (Animal Farm 1991)

    Posted on September 30, 1991 by admin in Poetry written in the 1990's.

    PIGS (Animal Farm 1991) by James Landrith Pigs fuckin’ pigs fascist with a pistol ‘cuz he has no dick fascist with a pistol just another social prick Pigs fuckin’ pigs fascist with a pistol the innocent are abused fascist with a pistol the public is confused (September 1991) Copyright © 1991 James A. Landrith, Jr. […]

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  • Barracks Rat

    Posted on September 30, 1991 by admin in Poetry written in the 1990's.

    Barracks Rat by James Landrith lukewarm soup Amy, Emily and a god awful need to fuck the world consume me consume me consume me (Fall 1991 – Camp Lejeune, NC) Copyright © 1991 James A. Landrith, Jr. All rights reserved. {mos_sb_discuss:7}

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  • Just Another Greenwich Village Fantasy

    Posted on September 25, 1991 by admin in Poetry written in the 1990's.

    Just Another Greenwich Village Fantasy by James Landrith you say coffeehouse philosopher I say fuck you What do you know of passion? Pain? Joy? Reality? I know what you know. I saw it on MTV. (25 September 1991 – Camp Lejeune, NC) Copyright © 1991 James A. Landrith, Jr. All rights reserved. {mos_sb_discuss:7}

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  • The Mutant Beat of ’91

    Posted on September 25, 1991 by admin in Poetry written in the 1990's.

    The Mutant Beat of ’91 by James Landrith Here we are, trying to be Kerouac and Ginsberg. yeah. right. Here we are two hacks who’ve taken up cynicism and pessimism as deities faithful to our gods, we are Negativity needs no disciples, its self generating. Yet our gods do not acknowledge us. And I know […]

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  • Daryl’s Song

    Posted on September 8, 1991 by admin in Poetry written in the 1990's.

    Daryl’s Song by James Landrith In your search for nirvana, just close your mind. You will be surprised by what you don’t find. (08 September 1991 – Club Rumours, Jacksonville, NC) Copyright © 1991 James A. Landrith, Jr. All rights reserved. {mos_sb_discuss:7}

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  • TWTEAW

    Posted on April 30, 1991 by admin in Poetry written in the 1990's.

    TWTEAW by James Landrith the value of gold compared to your soul is so small if measurable at all but the blindness of greed versus the ability to feed and clothe the masses is all powerful and surpasses my grand design thus I’ll resign from this new world order of one country with no border […]

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  • For Penny

    Posted on April 30, 1991 by admin in Poetry written in the 1990's.

    For Penny by James Landrith Write one for me, you said. Write one for me. My poems happen. I don’t write for people nothing is written but you wouldn’t know that. (you asked) (April 1991 – Al Jubayl, Saudi Arabia) Copyright © 1991 James A. Landrith, Jr. All rights reserved. {mos_sb_discuss:7}

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