Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Friday, April 24, 2009
Friday, April 17, 2009
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Monday, April 13, 2009
With all this glitter and styrofoam in our ears we consent to our chastity belts and watch ourselves pass by on the street.
but most are always able to find their key in the midst of this glistening styrene blizzard.
however, it's those that pick the lock with recycled credit cards who are able to finally climb the ladders above the caged animals. Then discovery shows that the stuffing in our mattresses has been hiding the peas under our beds.
and as they gaze down from the tall stacks of herbivorous fluff they realize that they themselves are not looking into a cage but looking out. look for credit cards they will.
it's the completion of the cycle that we all face. A syncopation of rolling down hills. No one's ever found putty strong enough to isolate our mind above the unknown.
like cats in a cradle and the holes are too big.
Fat CEOs chisel holes in the ground while the oracles slip through the cracks. Their hair blossoms into the grass we tread on.
when we mow our lawns with our babies on our backs we sing folk songs and crunch numbers. All the calculators in the world have a sticky 6 button and all the CDs in the world have a scratch.
When we ourselves stand like ostriches with our heads in the sand we see up close the soil and grass. We realize trash bags wouldn't be roofs wouldn't be roofs without leaks in them and stop lights wouldn't be stop lights without waiting.
if lights were to stop, we would have nothing to do but wait. wait tables, wait rooms, wait the obese. we all have sand in our hair, and grass stains from all the waiting.
indeed, it's true, we tattoo the grass stains into our elbows and we callous our feet. Yet still our guns are stay stitched in our backs. Our volumetric flasks never reach close to overflow.
INTERFERENCE: *please excuse "trash bags wouldn't be" from my prior back and forth. Apparently my spacings didn't back up far enough. :RESUME
As our coffee mugs begin reach capacity, we place our gummy worm lips on the rim and sip, crackling noises fill the air and we are full. the blank drips down our chins and stains our lapels.
We are frank about the moles on our toes and our 6th and 7th fingers but no one seems to realize that flaws in wool knit sweaters and crocheted scarves are unnoticeable. Easily overlooked yet crucial to the art.
We notice that the rug needs vacuuming and the cat needs petting because our big toe would like a crumb-less walk and our 6th and 7th fingers need their calisthenics, but there is no time to do the chores. on the way, we tripped over a snagged knit.
Sunday, April 12, 2009
Monday, April 6, 2009
pity the fool who can't survive on origami pirate hats and lever soap.
honor the fool who can't survive on two feet and iceberg lettuce.
but it's the peace like a catastrophe that leads him to supernatural disillusionment.
PAUSE: are you quoting something or are you brilliant?
brilliance is the absence of sanity in this world. therefore i am guilty of being called crazy. and i have never been one to plagerize. :UN-PAUSE
our back an fourths will make history.
what's left of history to come is but charred bones and makeup applicators.
but there is nothing to make but history.
so we blow out our candles, watch beauty pageant re-runs, and plant sunflower seeds.
in hopes that we can avoid brilliance.
and in our attempt to hide from brilliance we complete the beautiful flawed perfection in the mold our lives are formed to. But then there are still the gummy bears born without arms.
In this mold we call home we live lives of discretion and confusion. Where we wait for a vacancy to shit and where the nonexistent arms of gummy bears can be mistaken for breasts.
Friday, April 3, 2009
G, g[jee] Show IPA
|1.||the seventh letter of the English alphabet, a consonant.|
|2.||any spoken sound represented by the letter G or g, as in get, German, or camouflage.|
|3.||something having the shape of a G.|
|4.||a written or printed representation of the letter G org.|
|5.||a device, as a printer's type, for reproducing the letter G or g.|
|1.||Slang. grand: a sum of one thousand dollars.|
|2.||(sometimes lowercase) Aerospace. gravity: a unit of acceleration equal to the acceleration of gravity at the earth's surface.|
|1.||the seventh in order or in a series.|
|3.||(sometimes lowercase) the medieval Roman numeral for 400. Compare Roman numerals.|
|5.||Physics. constant of gravitation. See under law of gravity.|
|7.||general: a rating assigned to a motion picture by the Motion Picture Association of America indicating that the film is suitable for general audiences, or children as well as adults. Compare PG, PG-13, SeeR (def. 5), X (def. 8).|