supposedly when the tonnage of hydrogen, or some other gashat that is light and combusted by the machine that is the sun, runs down – there will be an expansion. not like something in baseball or football where a city gains revenue and disinterest, but something grand and luminous and colorful that will engulf this planet and then over millions of years, recede. what was once our small source of pride and pull grows giant and glowing like a bulbous ember and then returns into the echo and fade of itself: a small pale knob slid down the motherboard almost to the off position.
some days are rained out. like this. we wash better when there’s reason for it, or because the water’s warmer. i have a hard time figuring.
the figures are simple, but difficult because. it will require sound and the wires to accompany. some news. a bit of older. the mirror full of different faces and light. the sky full of things like this.
send word when.
send all the words.
ready to be large mammal this later week.
I will wear pants that stretch. I will drink lots of water. I will swear the sleeping that happens is necessary and deserved.
Pretty soon this blog will contain a list of things that I want to get recorded.
1. the post-wedding chaos of this past weekend composed with sketches and arrows and a brief synopsis outlining the course of events.
2. composite of the emotional response caused by listening to Jim James sing “goin’ to alcapulco” while a dead girl in a coffin gets displayed in front of the town of Riddle, Missouri–her throat cut by her own hand.
3. a manner of dividing time in a fruitful manner–to best utilize it and not feel sluggish and disoriented.
4. the sound of one person waking in the morning and looking at another person who is still next to the original waking person and asleep.
There are many people that I’m lucky to know. Seriously. Thanking them. If you’re one, thank you.
Like, anybody who plays the piano would thrill at seeing and hearing one thrown off a 12-story building, watching it hit the sidewalk and being there to hear that thump. It’s like school. You want to watch it burn.–Tom Waits
I’m not there, he said
his hands thin and fidgety
the treeline quivered.
intended to rain and the sum of another season. here’s where it gets:
A cold front meets a warm front on the Atlantic seaboard. There are diagrams, too, to go with it. Watch your televisions. I intended to write some kind of response to a movie I’d seen over the weekend, but sleep is better.
Traintrip, winehangover, MaddogsnEnglishmen, waterinajug, correlationplugging paperweight, missinreadings, carmovement, planthunger, bagoclothing, coffeecomedown, and thisman’sstare: