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Janet Kuypers poetry

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Below are tracks of raw poetry recorded 08-06-04:

All Men Have Secrets
Written in 1990, this poem has also been published in the books Hope Chest In The Attic, Survive and Thrive and oeuvre.

Walking Home From School
Written in 1994, this poem has also been published in the books The Window and oeuvre.

Because This Is What We Do
Written in 1997, this poem has also been published in the books Etc. and oeuvre.

Hancock Suicide, Chicago, January 1994
Written in 1995, this poem has also been published in the books Close Cover Before Striking and oeuvre.

A Beacon Alone
Written in 1988 just shortly after a near fatal car accident, this poem has also been published in the books oeuvre.

The Battle At Hand
Written in 2000, this poem has also been published in the books Warm and Fuzzy, Survive and Thrive and oeuvre.

Being God
Written in 1998, this poem has also been published in the books Etc. and oeuvre.

Death is a Dog
Written in 1998, this poem has also been published in the books Etc., the Elements and oeuvre.

Timing is Everything
Written in 1998, this poem has also been published in the books Etc. and oeuvre.

Burning Building
Written in 1998, this poem has also been published in the books Etc. and oeuvre.

I’m a Record Now
Written in 2000, this poem has also been published in the books Etc. and oeuvre.

Isn’t It Amazing
Written in 1998, this poem has also been published in the books Etc. and oeuvre.

People’s Lives Were At Stake
Written in 2000, this poem has also been published in the books Etc. and oeuvre.

My Dead Daughter
Written in 2000, this poem has also been published in the books and oeuvre.

Worn Out
Written in 2004, this is the most recent poem Kuypers has ever written, and it has never been published in a book. Although the other poems have also been published in literary magazines, the only place where Worn Out has been published (other than at http://www.janetkuypers.com and http://scars.tv) is in Children, Churches and Daddies magazine.


Dave, I intentionally recorded these tracks because they are ones I do not have finished recordings of, and I thought it would be cool to work with different writing of mine.


Below are recommended audio files mixed by other artists for ideaon how Kuypers’ work has been edited.

from Pointless Orchestra (off the CD Rough Mixes):
Domestic Violence In America, Nashville, Tennessee
This is a short poem made longer, and they repeated my language and stuff for the cool effects.

from Order from Chaos (off the CD The Entropy Project):
A Retired Policeman Talks About The Suicides He’s Seen.
This is a short poem made longer, and they repeated my language and entirelychanged my voice so that I sounded like an old policeman, which I think was just excellent.

from 5D/5D (off the CD Tick Tock):
Fighting I can Do
This was just a random piece I picked out of this collection, because most of 5D/5D’s work is just them making a tachno mix of some sort and pasting my poetry reading in it. I just placed this in there so you could hear a different styled track done of my work.

from the band The Second Axing:
Headache
This track is 1 minute 3 seconds, recorded June 29 2003. John did the guitar, I performed this live with him at occasional concerts,inlcuding the weekly open mike Sing Your Life.

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Angel Whispers Poem
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I am the wind poem
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