I guess he has to be interpreted?
His falling is such wonder to all air
beneath him and around, a medium
catching him up, his back bent, contorted. Continue reading Rodin “Falling Man”
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arched shoulders and furrowed brow, an indication of
non-surrender to the haunting void, the terrorizing intangibility of
absolute Truth, so antagonistic to a topology of
realness, itself a paradoxical layout of vernacular change
Continue reading A Flaw, A Flake, A Vision, And A Vacuum
It’s all I want. It’s all I want.
a) I want it and
b) We are creatures of habit
Usually get fucking board until a new habit forms
I used to form poison from nothing particularly formidable
Forum for the lack of getting: it Continue reading Ponderation of a Palindrome
The seed of the dream is rooted in fear of the patriarch, manifested by the
Father. The patient recounts the Father as threatening to torture, but never
tangibly harming the dreamer. The death of the brother seems random, absurd.
Most transparent is the dreamer’s thematic inclination towards escape,
symbolized by a number of strange landscapes. Their surfaces appear
malleable: a dream world seemingly infinite