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Sacred and profane

Friday, March 20, 2009


Some things in life are beautiful, and others are barely perceptible. To each his own scale of illusion and clarity, of sweet and sour, of hilarity and graveness... as long as children remain safe and sincere.

I love a sandy shore. It fills the emptiness between my toes. A bed that was woven with earth, water, wind and sunbeams: this is beautiful to me. I’m made of nothing like that. I sometimes feel disabled but I’m told I can create my form and nature. I can be an architect and design my identity? I can’t fly. I can’t stay underwater for more than a minute. I can’t walk naked in a snowstorm or through a firestorm, can you? So what exactly am I doing to myself through this new framework?

Jacob Bronowski wrote "Every animal leaves traces of what it was; man alone leaves traces of what he created." When I die, I want to disappear into thin air. Leave the precious green to farmers and golfers. Leave the fire to foundries and the Olympics. To the rest of you I will leave different shades of skin colour in liquid and powder form, silicone mouths and posteriors, latex pockets, different shades of normal in over the counter and prescription form, a googol of virtual memories, first class rockets, third and fourth world countries and 1,722 lipstick names because I’m $$$ it. What a place of empowerment.

The human wheel, turning on itself because all it wants to do is kiss the sun on a sandy beach.

You’re so money. (Now that’s poetry!)





Usually, I would leave the entry at that and keep the rest unspoken, knowing that anyone who has been reading this blog for more than a week understands what I was aiming at, what I am always aiming at. Instead, I’d like you to take a look at this video.


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IV. TACTICAL DISPOSITIONS

Wednesday, March 18, 2009




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Delivering sunbeams

Tuesday, March 10, 2009


Poster
A poster I made.

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Landing on you

Monday, March 02, 2009


Instead of writing noise [white white white quiet clean] and drawing pictures of vertigo, I'll share with you the latest Mix CD that was given to me a few days ago. It's a good story. The title of the mix is Relax. It is part One of a Two disc gift. Cheers.

1. Ray Lamontagne - Empty
2. Arcade Fire - My Body Is A Cage
3. Albert Hammond Jr - Scared
4. Portishead - Deep Water
5. Coldplay - The Scientist
6. Ben Harper - Waiting On An Angel
7. Patrick Watson - The Great Escape
8. David Gray - Nightblindness
9. Nouvelle Vague - In A Manner Of Speaking
10. Jay Jay Johanson - Deja Vu
11. The Good, The Bad And The Queen - Green Fields
12. Albert Hammond Jr - Cartoon music for superheroes
13. Moby - At Least We Tried
14. Ray Lamontagne - Lesson Learned
15. Devendra Banhart - So Long Old Bean
16. Killers - Believe Me Natalie
17. Kills - Black Balloon
18. Feist - The Water
19. Fiona Apple - Never Is A Promise

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