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DAVID KELLY-MANCAUX made a saintly scroll on British museum gift shop receipt paper. 

My poems from manuscript IT POPS!

David said the till was going crazy spewing out poems instead of numbers for receipts.

Conversational vernacular poems. Sometimes bop prosody of Kerouac Ginsberg. Sometimes Frank O' Hara Eileen Myles plainspoken. But it's not on the road. It's in the bathtub and on the train and hanging in my housing estate in east london docklands etc.

Chris Gutkind got a saintly scroll and hung it across his balcony.

A waterfall.

I was very happy to see poems as waterfall. And as receipt scroll.


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