Poem for Ralph Rumney

(Edit: may not format correctly on a smartphone).

Poor Pegeen                                                Rumney

                              on                             the

                    r—————U—————n                                             Peggy

Guggenheim…………………………………. in…………    purrr………………..   s….u…i..t

                        He

c#h#e#c#k#s

in with Guattari

at  La Borde

a fellow patient and former welder

breaks Rumney’s 2CV into

p         ie

c

es

to make a sculpure

“Something I thought was rather brilliant. I appreciated that very much” (1)

Reference:

(1). Ralph Rumney, (2002), The Consul,  (San Francisco: City Light Books), p. 96.

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