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broke kitty in the city

(Brokekitty)


Poems and musings by Kathy Koupai


January 22, 2007

Greetings from Los Angeles. Broke Kitty's goals for 2007 are to write more poetry and hopefully to publish more writing. The website is approximately six or seven years old now. This means the cat is getting older. Since its inception in the year 2000, Broke Kitty has Kinko-copied the following booklets of poetry:

My Heart Is Not a Basketball
Again


Thanks for reading. :)

A Brief History of Broke Kitty

--KK
Email: katkoupai@yahoo.com


poems, rants, etc.

modest

crock of brock

all the people

transatlantic tones

what you said

take care

the price

the moment

gone
forsaken ground

little flower
eden

broken
flies
bullshit
no one
this bridge

morality
loca
other people
never won

la triztesa
no, gracias
waiting
el ruido
con dios
excelente

be

suenos
te recuerdes
vieja
siempre cuevas


grief
www.kissmyass.com
non merci
five foot one
i ain't crazy
whole foods

men
copycat
you know better
la ventana
leech
lost
waltz
bleeding
poetry
waves

2004 Notes
go
ghosts
something
paper
mr. big
your voice
my diego
bay bridge
again
words
blessings
falling
truth
l.a. part two
chicken
remember
love you
nothing but
needs
sands
the real world
no talent
open minds
rain
electric magnetism
moving
boxes
dream
sister
beautiful
walk
fortune
art school girl
epiphany
burn
normal
sixth grade
sick in l.a.
fat and other worries
the next day
thanksgiving
on photography
i love l.a.
should i stay or should i go?
who wants to marry a brit boy millionaire
paradise lost and found
payments and transfers
cockroaches
love story
hide the meaning
sunday with grandma
parts
necks
a trip
soul searching
nothing
mother tongue
los angeles
vote now for your favorite dick! (check out the latest tally!)
this ain't your bus stop
lizard skin
lonely bitch
time and place
you look tired
fare you well
sunday song
friday night kisses
on days like this


Copyright K. Koupai, Broke Kitty Publications
Last updated: June 16, 2008



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