James Hart / Fiction

If fiction is dead, reality is not far behind.

James Hart

James Hart
Location
Be Home Soon,
Birthday
December 31
Bio
Hart will have maintained this blog for One-hundred-sixty-nine million, nine-hundred-forty-eight thousand, six-hundred seconds through 31 May 2014. Times two (roughly) deep in the Twenty-Fifteen. ******************************** ******************************** ******************************* A carpenter's level designs a calm sea. ******************************** ******************************** Violent movies and prime-time TV shows ought to have disclaimers as reality checks during curtain calls. The cast could gather for a bow and civil handshake and or cheek kisses in order to demonstrate (to the least sophisticated among us) to let us know that the aforementioned carnage was make believe. A fiction. An entertainment. Such reality checks (and stage craft tribute) would well serve a fairness to the deranged among us who are prone to confuse the fantasia of entertainment violence as 'acceptable reality behavior'. There are legions of empty vessels awaiting sustenance about 'how' to react. With sure-bet frequency, the ubiquity of guns and conditioned criminal reflex results in aberrant behavior with subsequent ruinous acts of violence. We see it along the road. We read it and see it and hear it in the news. Such a paradigm! Odd that bow and bow and bow and bow are the same word. One for thank you, one for protection (?}, and the other to stay off the icebergs ... and of course there's the shoe tie, and gift wrap and that bloke from Saginaw, reading USA Today on the Greyhound. Here's a limerick from my Average Guy series: Of all emotion, the grin 'n frown, the best among us, stand down. ******************************** Here's a paragraph from my Average Guy: a couple of satiate dinner guests had ensconced themselves on the living room sofa.* * Whoops that was an abandoned paste, thanks, Merriam W. }One Moment{ Like all boys they wanted everything: the wild treetops and Tarzan hollers, then back to the soccer game on Channel 9 with their buttered microwave popcorn and tough-guy toothpicks. The painted fancy news ladies, in high skirts. Slivered clapboard was a place to carve initials. Not far, canaries built their own thatch nest, hunkered and still against the wind from all directions. An onyx black crow its wing tips torn of feather like a shrapnel-wounded plane, stood watching. Until it was yellow and black, a flurry of woven grass and fallen scatter of shadowed ruin. A swooped escape of yellow dots and the black clawing predator of powerful wide wing, its bright beak triumphant to the sunshine, the white fluff chicks burst within merciless gripped coil. A quick flight toward 3 o'clock backward through nascent Linden buds. An automatic trick spiraling, a mystical bullet, the motion at once there and gone to stellar over soul of weathered naked branch. Its prize of canary chicks: a satiation to the endless March blue. ******************************** (more) Average Guy Then the Old Spiced Fuller Brush man shows up blowing Lucky Strike smoke rings, Dinah Shore had her own hour, and ol' Ike poured concrete, coast to coast. Sundays? Victory at Sea, Archbishop Sheen, Groucho Marx, I'm never sure, such awhile back, weren't the Commies about to attack? Then who'd blink first, Nikita or Jack? ******************************** She spoke of life she did. I'd a fascinating 'eye in the sky' riff' invoking the richly named Auden, at midnight: A to F, clamored-clack of generous muse, nearly always helmeted faces appeared, dusty in white powder, an encounter along the parallel hedgerow , of dog-eared tome, her lips an alabaster meow: some kindling, Edward R. Murrow, the who, what, where when and howl Another magnolia time, first daffodils, another year from June, cold-level ferns as white knuckles; O the color of yellow sugared Chuckles. a sow with piglets, upon the soil: where oil prisms the mud, A new day, so near insane, this autumn an abject postpartum; O bacon, o eggs, why did I start'em? Now I have to eat, the ceiling fan, an aeroplane prop, a yolk slurp, one more word, perhaps a fast break, maybe a dark hour, nothing but cake ... a belly ache ... cooler by the lake. &ah:It's a bit early, Oxford level though, as I'm left, in our adage: truth may vary. If only Aynie would have used "Atlas Mugged", as real utopian form. Keep those Dreamliners rollin'! Until greed and fear return to the dictionary, beyond the zone of human nature. Operative words above: OXFORD & ADAGE &/or: PEOPLE WE GOT THE POWER

MY RECENT POSTS

FEBRUARY 22, 2015 9:00AM

Extreme Eagle Eye

 

Alone again. Changed filters.  Box too loud.  There’d be no taking of this cold.  No way.  An avoidance of the work.  Forty-three plays for a sawbuck.  Tomorrow, a time right.  Comes a now. That pow-pow-wow.

 

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Marietta lit up Crawley’s freaky large wide phone. Rinnie mocks that birddog nose-pointing paw back stance due west whenever L.A. Woman ringtones impinge the happy rickety-rocketing-racket of Eagle Eye.

Melissa, Orgood, Merica had already floated the high tin ceiling with taut helium-filled HERead full post »

FEBRUARY 13, 2015 11:17AM

Goodness and Grace ~ Eagle Eye Fiction

Goodness and Grace

 Eagle Eye Fiction

 

 

Orgood and Crawley kicked it with odd discourse involving watermelon wine, while the Four Tops dominated the sound system. Reese and Jody concentrated on a large screen replete with bright images. Four Tops Greatest Hits scratchily echoed fRead full post »


O
rgood it's all right. Don't think
I don't know your cheater Tag-
Heur is frozen at 4:30
 
And go on now, open the door,
allow the cleaner man in: hangers
of powder blue over-starched 'IBM
type' shirts and your white jackets
 
Daddy wired large & Rockabilly Ira… Read full post »
FEBRUARY 6, 2015 11:09AM

Orgood Don't (stuff) A Brick

"'Twins!"

"Sure?"

"Amex declined fooker!"

"W-When?"

"Wire me! WHO do you think you're dealing with ... I'm doubling over at the Greyhound!"

"Western Union?"

Silence. Dial tone. French75. Exhaltation. Son of a bitch, let's dig a ditch.  Read full post »

FEBRUARY 2, 2015 9:25AM

Comments I've Written

just boy takes an oath a tad past high noon, and ought not anticipate, during bitch down counseling a fortnight into training, counseling for suspect 'aberrant behavior' such as removal of cap to sun forehead, just boy ought not expect discussion of 'Paradise Lost' with Sir DI. No.
Also, rather than… Read full post »
JANUARY 30, 2015 2:46PM

Eclipse

whatsup?

That I should re-approach
Scribner's with my 1977
'Coming of Rage' novel?

whoah this time/life

Mrs. Clinton has beautiful eyes,
readily apparent,
liberal front runner,
so here we go again
NOW 
the Governor of MA-MI-MS
hath bid adieu
though Presidential
JANUARY 8, 2015 9:56PM

Eagle Eye

Alone again. Changed filters.  Box too loud.  There’d be no taking of this cold.  No way.  An avoidance of the work.  Forty-three plays for a sawbuck.  Tomorrow, a time right.  Comes a now. That powpow-wow.

 

What’s this text?

 

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DECEMBER 5, 2014 7:43AM

Deer Sighting Without Notes

 

Deer sighting without notes 1):

 

 Down the way through glass sunlight broke a fortnight of silver where the buck stood shoulder-height high as a bookcase, his snorting rack ample-wide enough for twenty straw hats of summer within the garden turned bramble before the frost. I said IRead full post »


 
snow
angel
alights
 
bright
tintinnabulation
 
grey
geese
wing
darkness  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
math
demon
time
space

salubrious
wild 
wind
storm

procholrococus
 
 
 
NOVEMBER 10, 2014 7:25AM

General Work

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

He'll remain unsure,

doors on the cul-de-sac

pastel bright,

the coast
 
confident,
 
clear this eventide,
 
no end near
 
no black coat warm enough
 
flashlights, cha… Read full post »
OCTOBER 30, 2014 1:11PM

Game Seven

That cool lit night in Kansas City - penultimate pop-up - a wind stung inside curve at gripped knuckles. Decades from sweet spot, such sorcery, so close and tight his zone, winners and 'so-closers', part ways, save the day, a final play: no beeline tween second and third; no line drive… Read full post »
SEPTEMBER 8, 2014 12:47PM

Very Many

+ I got a bad feeling on this one so pardon me, boys and girls.  Yes that was the sound of a pop top and howabout that dust storm obilterating Phoenix?

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                            (visual aniticipated please see Wikipedia)

 

 

 

[The Lord is My Shepherd, oil canvas, circa 1863, 16.625 × 13.125 in (42.2 × 33.3 cm) Smithsonian A… Read full post »

JUNE 1, 2014 8:49AM

Voter Registration: go USA go

 
 
 
 
My current goal is to REGISTER VOTERS in the United States of America.
So-called loyal opposition is running scared, grasping at obstructionist straw men, and simply using every method of computerization to trump out and disenfranchise as many centrist left of center liber… Read full post »
Few women own Lear jets
yet we listen and listen
as they fall
on the
porch
and mom and dad
can hardly wait
&AW
makes you burp
we are going in the shade
not to be burned
meanwhile the plane
bent in 1/2
and the fire
could not freeze
there was… Read full post »
MAY 21, 2014 12:11PM

Gloria's Morning After Blues

Here.

You do it.

Something about not humidity in and of itself

Chapter eight

Mop up with encouragEment nthousiasm

& a right cross

sorta a DangerRanger riff

if I had your

wallet?

I'd ,move to TX

(slams table top)

gone figure

typing and math focus

Which explains how you wound… Read full post »

 

At  >>>>>>>>

________ Dawn

An Anglo-Saxon word:

PROJECT= paternal; 

Mystics 0, Linguistics 1  

An interpretive ADAGE 

[Visual]

Farther/further, urgency 

Finally, ETERNAL;

Doom door donkey Dante

An opposite effect;

perched croRead full post »

     At high noon Pennie had myOmy strikingly groomed and brushed.  She led him toward the pines.  She’d scarlet ribbons braided throughout his mane.

 

     From the balcony OM panned and then zoomed focusing upon the diamond white marking betRead full post »

 Galahad jogged behind OM as they returned from the Quonset tool shed.

 

OM rode his All Terrain wheelchair. Fully relaxed, his feet elevated off the snow path, he then maneuvered from the path climbing and purring, riding into and rolling over drifts. He stopped. And then accelerating he… Read full post »

     Galahad’s dog whistle awoke OM.

 

     OM wide-eyed Galahad through the southern wall. Betatrice, Pennie and Penny, their heads turned down, surrounded the shirtless Galahad as he posed on the palomino. His hair bun the only hair not disheveled in the sno… Read full post »

FEBRUARY 23, 2014 2:52PM

Gloria's Morning Glory Manor {Chapter 3}

The driver telephoned explaining that he could not risk navigating the driveway drifts of GMGM. “What can we do? Your gates open you know."

Pennie adjusted the half-snow covered gate camera and steadied a close-up of the man who sat on the truck’s chrome step lady’s side. She swive… Read full post »

FEBRUARY 11, 2014 4:52PM

Gloria's Morning Glory Manor {2}

They grilled bacon over apple wood before the fireplace where a Union rifle from the Battle of Manassas rests on the mantel. OM, with one eye and ear on ‘Meet the Press’, kept glancing over at the screen Penny held showing off photos of her air quote fortnight air quote inRead full post »

FEBRUARY 3, 2014 11:18AM

Gloria's Morning Glory Manor

 

Even beneath his wraparound sunglasses the hot lamps blinkered OM’s eyes.  One by one upstairs and then upon the lower level pale yellow hued windows on Gloria’s Morning Glory Manor broke the darkness throughout the pre-dawn woods. Cloud wisps whispered across the moon.

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JANUARY 27, 2014 11:21PM

Rustbelt Winter

An orange yellow lit V plow bigger than Rib Mountain thundered through curbside. What must have been a frozen solid stag tumulted - hoofed stick legs and mossed antler rack toppling snapping - a blur of blood, slivered bone points and creased fur skull split to the blood-balled nostrils in a strRead full post »