Heads of two or more will do—
greater challenge, play with one. Instructions:
At the agreed signal, one head will open mouth and sputter
Out a movement of their gums, vocal folds, teeth.
is called a datum.
Datums that include enough obscurity and ritual
Earn twenty points.
Play up to infinity, or
the number heads will convince another
A two-head game.
carefully groomed, heterogeneous heads
May play. Instructions: (Modern Version) Head
Voice takes six babysteps back, waits for high
voice head to toss a feeling.
One point for glances, four
For every word a high voice head wurbles to a LVH,
and eighty points
A feeling. HVH gets twenty points when LVH's walk
Give HVH's feelings, or start to wet their cheeks.
Play for two months—
(this game requires preparation)
Two heads or more.
You must have a menagerie of rabid syllables
Dead heads don't mind!
Once you have
words—form a poetry group.
Can't make one???
Tell your friends—
It only takes fifteen pounds of pressure to sear
A human ear.
Read the paper words.
Read them like a slide show
Of your uncle Eddie's gallbladder operation—
For fun, cock your head,
Tell the other heads they have po/ten/tial,
Spin around, dabbing golden stars
On one anothers' heads.
After all the poems and worm-words read,
Sit in a large circle, spread out the paper,
And roll around naked in the printer ink.
First head to transfer the
ink off an entire poem wins.
**War for Advanced
(see War for Beginners)
**War for Beginners—
Using the directions for Philosophy, each head imagines
That the other heads are detentioned spirits
Trapped in the prison of healthy, supple skin.
Twenty points a head, each
one you liberate.
Sixty points by convincing other heads to harvest themselves.
until Mom calls for dinner.
At least two
Tall head and short one.
Tall head jumps up and down.
They are the Tooth Fairy.
The other head is the Wisher. Wisher must
Close their eyes, crawling on the floor, trying to
Touch the Tooth Fairy. The Tooth Fairy's (secret)
Goal is to sneak out of the room, convincing the Wisher
The Fairy remains.
The Tooth Fairy wins...