Monthly Archives: May 2013

Fishy poem from up down there

Sometimes there are Flocks of fish ‘n Birds in my BrainAnd sometimes it’sJust an Empty cage I like the noise My captives makeIt’s company for my fishy me Or do they just peck for freeUp down there from myFishy tree

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Talking to the lizard king

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I = f (it) or [I (as in me) = function (all that is around me; i.e. ‘it’]

I / who? am excited by all the occupants of my brain some I know..  some I don’t some I see on the streets some are my friends..  I know them they know me it can get specific.. Cezanne was … Continue reading

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multiple personality disorder (notes for an exhibition)

I was thinking about my exhibition about all the personalities that make me up…… .. when another one landed right there in the middle of my notebook

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‘n little ditty for me fish n birds

I tried to leave my fish I tried to set them free bu’twas tricky as you see turned out they were a part of me   they brought some birds and that’s good too love them lots from head to … Continue reading

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Sid Sledge – an illuminated ODE to my new notebook

  (and for the hard of reading): I transcribe: oh dear sweet notebook may you be a portal to unlock a whole bunch of the universe’s mysteries if ok by you can we – in this one – mainly focus … Continue reading

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Night in the garden (drawings from my ancient mythological past)

looking inside by accessing unknowables in the subconscious much like delving into the fishhead… or the atavistic nature of inexplicable emotions…. biological remnants of our evolutionary history functional in its heyday but now noise biological noise which our conscious minds … Continue reading

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