muffled

Now, there is a pyramid made of watermelons,
Blank books and wet footprints.
Try to climb it. Just try to
Die on the top. It is not the sun god
You will meet then. Try to call someone
from there. Try to notice a computer screen
In a seedy apartment. Try to decide
If the eagles you see are breathing
Or not. There are millions of subterranean
And underwater cultures that are still hiding
From the human race, pyramids made of
Water and air, worms and jellyfish
Too lazy to write a single book
About the absence of face and sound.

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5 thoughts on “muffled

  1. —try to climb
    —try to call
    —try to decide
    TRY-TRY-TRY
    coins floating through the air
    the internal phone hungry
    remember that cologne
    the barber put on your hair
    your dwelling place
    in the wilderness
    self-sufficient credentials
    a half-built church

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    • Unfinished churches and public restrooms are ideal places for barbershops
      You leave drunk with the cologne five steps away forgetting the name of the brand
      Dreaming about verbless novels while the angels
      Clutching at the hair clippings are trying to figure out your character

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      • UNFINISHED CHURCHES
        MAKES ONE THINK OF LIVING TISSUES
        PEEL OFF LAYER AFTER LAYER
        ——UNROLLED——
        RESTRICTIVE MODIFIERS
        VERBLESS NOVELS
        MATURITY COMES ALONG
        REALITY IS REPRODUCED
        BY MIMETIC SKILL

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        • TOO LAZY TO WRITE A SINGLE BOOK
          ——————————————————
          LEAVES FROM THE REVELATION TREE
          FIFTEEN TO TWENTY YEARS
          SPECIFIC CONFESSIONS
          OBSCURE WHIMS
          NOT A SINGLE
          MACHINE
          MADE
          TINT

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