/notably concerning graduate education at the university of Edinburgh: why do these doctors think they can teach, who made them so, well, what's the word, useless, demeaned at having to teach? every time a doctor of chemistry was asked to teach it was like watching someone being tortured in an iron maiden... sure, a professor of chemistry could teach, just like every single post-graduate, PhD student should have taught, a doctor of chemistry didn't teach, unless he taught as Americans are prone to speaking in acronyms, and they say the Scots speak an undecipherable english... like **** they do, understood them like I might understand the zest pinch of a hobskotch chili! after all, the chemistry doctor doesn't exactly make use of his PhD students, but since they were the sheep first to the slaughter before the guillotine of knowledge, they could translate the higher tier chemistry to the undergraduates... no one sane enough would want to learn chemistry from a doctor of chemistry... those men and women are lost to their own enterprises, to their own Faustian romance, to teach chemistry at university, it would be best to be taught by those inclined to further adhere to advanced pedagogy... post-graduates ought to replace doctors in teaching undergraduate material... balanced out by the fact that the said doctors would not require the help of PhD students in research, with what already is time wasted on lecturing, what to them is, the ****** obvious... but then again... the supply and demand isn't there... even though PhD students could teach, they don't, smug chemistry doctors lecture in the guise of solipsism... theyd rather be engrossed in their research than give lectures... but since those trained PhD monkeys do all the trial and error, wasted time, which the doctors themselves could do... they waste their time on giving undergraduate lectures... because these recent protests at universities, where students complained about not having enough time spent with doctors in the field... I'd start by bemoaning not being given enough post-graduate time... after all, the people who closest to jumping over the waiting benchmark.../
in vino veritas:
due proof that snobbery
and that indie collection
of the smiths' reissue
only goes so far,
Miles Davis' kind of blue
isn't overrated nor is
notably a conversation
with Boris, the Russian
who had to pick sketches
of spain as his favourite...
pop music versus ******
fetishes... people will be
ashamed of pop song guilty
pleasures than any bedroom
the boat the boat, whatever floats
mine? seven years late,
Britney spears' criminal...
because John Coltrane'
a love supreme is easier
to digest than ******* brew?
fudged packed *******
and a perpetuated crescendo...
Boris could have took to
Porgy and Bess...
or the birth of cool...
whatever it was,
high above Steppenwolf
desiring the immortality
of a Bach... still:
but let's face it,
both sides lost something,
whatever the iron curtain
was, there was also
something akin to the,
because can you
even imagine jazz being learned
at a music liceum?
i still don't know why
the Japanese love classical music,
or why it's Chopin rather than
List embedded in their heads,
not the gentle fingers of Satie
two Portuguese jesuits did
little to spread Christianity,
but music written by Chopin
found its atom, its universality
even withe the Higgs...
something that is non-divisible,
not atomic, not sub-atomic,
supra-atomic, which includes
the sub-atomic spectrum...
a perpetuated ad continuum
of ad per se, in addition to:
an addition, an addition,
a void brimful of a lost
in the name of...
in the direction of (the) ortho-
and of (the) meta-
and of (the) para-...
rigidness of: jump off a building,
see pancakes at the bottom...
the desire for a hier-und-nach...
well.. telegram cipher from 1930s
**** Germany, in response
to heidegger's da-sein...
no need to explore
the paragraph, just enough tease
to block out images of, "paradise"...
para or besides norms,
a phenomenon and
an anomaly that's a res per se,
Kantian for: noumenon...
a proposition without a school,
or tree of logic, which,
Husserl did manifest...
I can't help but notice
that classical music is only
relevant today because of movies...
listen to any classical music chart,
7/10 times it's music accompanying
kind of blue to midnight sonata?
yep, the later is overplayed...
it's no longer a piece of music,
but a literary cliché...
even in such wonderful books
like geek love by Katherine Dunn...
jazz is the only genre of music
that comes close to prog. rock,
id est, no song: an album...
even though I admit
king crimson's in the court...
with children of men
as a backdrop...
once upon a time the iron curtain
and the jazz window...
rap, shmap, shpindle me dingo...
and the old man still lectures me
on work, born in 1939,
who still remembrance the Soviet army
of boy-soldiers and black-clad SS-men...
oh there was work just after the war,
given what Aries took with
the harvest just years prior...
woe to the aspiring poets
born in a cocoon of a father
who laboured by perfecting a trade
that, apparently, no future Englishman
would take up! or if they did...
only via the trickling down
of the plutocratic, extended family...
and a ****** job they did too...
well... if everyone is willing
to be and only be, a pop star entertainer...
I'd hate to imagine this piece
to be an instruction manual,
a cohrent: whip and stirrup
demanding a gallop...
perhaps less cabaret voltaire,
and more jackson *******,
because why should painters be
allowed all the excuses under the sun?
and when will I see a poetry anthology
written solely by critics?
or rather, the pitfall...
reading a poem never manifests
itself in a drive to write one myself...
an enzyme of a blank,
a substrate of a butcher's novel...
or rather... a meaty novel, preferably
historical, notably one
that serves as an answer to Muslims
with regards to:
remembering the Crusades,
forgotten the Golden Horde...
and never really bothering
to look into the other crusades
against the Prussians, Lithuanians,
Kashubians et al.
such feral lands...
perhaps if you speak the language
as well as Norman Davies...
you might, just might, not stand out
like a sore thumb in these parts.