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Aldous Huxley –
“The Highest Order prevails
even in the disintegration.
The totality is present even in the broken pieces.
More clearly present,
perhaps, than in a
completely coherent work.”
The Eternal Witness – Swami Sarvapriyananda
Monthly Archives: October 2017
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I took some of you with me, you know? Like Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young, That obscure Led Zeppelin album With “the object” on the front. A tribute tattoo for your late father: A handsome man that let himself go. … Continue reading
I will turn the ellipses At the ends of cryptic sentences Into my own apocalyptic lollipops… I will suck on them Until my tongue is raw, Lips chapped and wet, Devour words and punctuation Until I reach their centers: Empty. No … Continue reading
I want to pick up a skyscraper Put it in my pocket Carry it around All day long, and Cement it in another city. I want to breathe in a billion-acre meadow, Fill my lungs with Blades of grass, and … Continue reading
The first time I ever dropped acid, I saw my DNA intertwine With the roses of the wallpaper While sitting on the commode. I lost myself in the pinstripes Of dining room walls Running infinitely, upward, In binary code. I … Continue reading