if we all push against
it we can stop Time
and become infinitely
strong with this Isometric
exercise of how beautiful
we were sitting at home when the doorbell rang. it was a delivery guy, bringing sushi. i told him that someone had already brought our sushi order around 45 minutes earlier, and that we had in fact already received our food and had already eaten. he said that what the other person brought…
a pulled point between ‘believable’ and ‘advice’
and where, when i quiet down to ruminateare the words? i throw a typewriter at my headand look for ‘ripples’ or ‘bruises’.why not bripples?
what makes me feel most alive isdetatchment amid the unsatisfied muddle
queerless and rinsed of irony
if you truly want to be free, you must own your own filters.
the doorbell rings because i am ringing it.
who?s home? who?s home?
he who rings the doorbell is home!
i am ringing my own doorbell.