Monthly Archives: February 2013

leave me alone i have a world-ache

to fix for eternity that instant of harmony, to prevent its destruction, and to prove that the search makes some sense, that it is possible at least to find something.
p. 94 the international fiction review 15, no. 2

this book does a lot of discussing about de determination

i am so patient it’s painful i am unreasonable in my devotion

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she knows

from IT WAS ALIVE, THOUGH DIFFERENTLY by Hannah Gamble

It had a secret name
which in later years came to mean
I will continue to stand here.

It had a food mouth
and a shrieking mouth.

Popular wisdom indicated
that Its hands could heat stones
and a man could cook
meat on those stones.

That being said,
It had a poverty hand
and a riches hand.

They were
the same hand.

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you really have this way of a sy met ric ing my brain

the patternists specialized in cerebral asymmetry. With grossly expanded right-brain hemispheres, they were highly intuitive, given to metaphors, parallels, and sudden cognitive leaps. Their inventive minds and quick, unpredictable genius had given them a competitive edge at first. But with these advantages had come grave weaknesses: autism, fugue states, and paranoia. Patternists grew out of control and became grotesque webs of fantasy.” – Bruce Sterling Schismatrix Plus

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and as a game i lit it and walked along the corridor with it

i think about forgotten gestures, the multiple signals and words of grandparents, lost little by little, not inherited, fallen one after the other off the tree of time.

julio, you sexist pig, i love you still (for thinking about the misplaced keys).  note to self:  find old series of cantos concerning keys (and pan-cakes).

 and all this reminds me, i still need to see this movie.

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silly salvador, what do you see..

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