Category Archive: George Bush

Bush’s Brain–The Frozen One

A couple of years ago, an NPR commentator named Jay Keyser said that Wallace Stevens’ “The Snow Man” is “the best short poem in the English language.” While I think it unproductive to… Continue reading

Bushymandias

(with apologies to Percy Bysshe Shelley) I met a traveler from an antique land Who said: Two vast and trunkless legs of stone Stand in the desert . . . Near them, on… Continue reading

The Bushists: Nothing Is as Does Nothing

The other day, a Frameshop post by Jeffrey Feldman started me thinking about just how best to present the Bush administration in the months before the 2006 election. Feldman was writing specifically about… Continue reading

George Bush Is "No Man"

Parody poetry has been a bit of a hobby of mine ever since I saw The Brand X Anthology of Poetry, Burnt Norton Edition, edited by William Zaranka (Cambridge, MA: Apple-Wood Books, 1981)… Continue reading