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reconnaissance

the ocean today is mercury, stretching across from and discussing philosophy with the mostly gray heavens, from which the sun sometimes emerges in slow resplendence to dance its blinding dazzlement across the silver dancing sea, as though it were frosting … Continue reading

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Nothing laborious

Nothing laborious can soothe me now. No measured gait, no patient psalm. I want to hear how great I am. I want the clouds to sing my name. Spell me, God. I’ll be atop yon building, chrysanthemums for hair.

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every thought is a cloud and even

every thought is a cloud and even the thought that every thought’s a cloud is a cloud and even the thought that the thought that every thought is a cloud is a cloud is a cloud   and even

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what happens when a man

what happens when a man has been walking in a forest for forty years and suddenly stumbles into a field? he blinks his eyes in the sun, he smiles, watches the swallows swooping like kites, the wind running through the … Continue reading

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the day after

the day after the downpour comes the sun and a few shreds of clouds that aren’t serious it’s fall so blue sky is a blessing you walk on a country road and suddenly enter a room—suddenly cool, roofed by branches, … Continue reading

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there is no description for the smell

there is no description for the smell of coffee and you are alone you’ve whittled down your days so that each has become an overture to the clouds your mind is blank so that upon it god may write the … Continue reading

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