A n d r e w   G o l d f a r b

Chandeliers Shall Come

Chandeliers shall come in opposition
Riding on small white horses like clerks

Their popular, retraceable mouths,
Accustomed to meaner manners,
Will plug up lakes,
Oppose kitchens,
And cause tooth decay

"Oh blunder! Oh obscurity!
I am mistaken and wet."

Diametrically opposed,
14,000 lighting fixtures and their misanthropic calendars


Andrew Goldfarb suffers from hideous abscesses of the jaw
and a sever inflammation of the choleric arteries.