I’d care but we ware beware ware wear away tear tare there’s always more
germs they disgust me too much but still let us spread germs together till we get ammuned….pass out then awake again new life it has gone on I never kept track of it completely oh breathe ah oh it is merely life oh germ oh germ oh germ oh you you so filthy without my filth you know how it ought to spread oh you germs take them all all away now you so many now they...
Seven times I went down six times I walked back. And I don’t fear the...– Deb Talan
The following are things to possibly grow pigments for paint from. Lillies-yellow Beets-red, other mushrooms-bronze? chamomile-blue roses-pink, other yarrow-? calendula-? onion-? coffee-brown
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( ) Two rubber balloonsstuck to one another Do they melt? Do they poison? Do they change colors? Lose their form? One can still raise weather in them? One can make way for two? How would you pray for the fate of two glued balloons? What would you pour into their day? Would you walk away (?)
All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace
I like to think (and the sooner the better!) of a cybernatic meadow where mammals and computers like together in mutually programmng harmony like pure water touching clear sky. I like to think (right now please!) of cybergenetic forest filled with pines and electronics where deer stroll peacefully past computers as if they were flowers with spinning blossoms I like think (it has to be!) of a...
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I cut your nails and comb your hair I carry you down the stairs I wanted to...– The Knife, Marble House
the wild and civilized
I was listening to The Century of the Self while is was explained that Freud thought that civilization was created in order to hold back the wildness of humans because it is so dangerous. I then listen to PBS’s special on Ravens and found out that the wild birds could do things like lead packs of wolves to their prey, (so it could be shared). I think that’s amazing! They are so wild...
gainsbourg is a new found music love
faith is like brain lube, not cement…the brain is a muscle so work it…that’s my akward thought of the day.