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The Burnt Coffin Series One: Disney
by E.W. Wilder

The following is the first in a series of Bean Newton's poems discovered in a partially burnt coffin that had fallen down the bank of a suburban drainage stream. The coffin was found to contain parts of up to 50 of Newton's manuscripts, many of them book length, and was thought to have been burnt at the end of a period of extreme disillusionment on the part of the poet. This period also produced the 1995-'97 series of Whip Shitback poems.

I am currently trying to piece together the more complete of the Burnt Coffin series into a single document tentatively titled The Burnt Offerings of Bean Newton.

This fragment is part of an apparent treatise on Disney.

Treatise on Disney