15.2.21

Entr'acte / the Meta


12-5/9 


Put two ideas or tangibles together that don’t go + see how they relate. Even the game Mixed Taste has rules, and though it can’t be considered to be in the reaches - except the reaches of one’s mind - they do change every time. Giant Tortoise + Punk Rock scene of Vivienne Westwood. Second year novices + the ’67 Rambler. The Dog Catchers of Vatican City + (you knew this was coming ) Fisherman of Switzerland. 


Our minds want a linear story + what we can’t figure, our minds are able to massage into a believable form. Our intellects + our hearts build, (knock down + rebuild!) what we think we believe. In our life’s exploration we have criss crossed the path from where we have been, back again over familiar terrain + not even recognized it. This reminds me of the resolute feeling of what jet lag is - working thorough everything needing attention at one time, + being totally, absolutely, completely ineffectual with it all at the same time. The wayward intent, though, becomes the layman’s Shunyata. This emptiness / openness permeates, + is seen as something to work through, but in the moment, you have to accept it. 


What may seem like a waste of time to some, my skin becomes thick + sharp with memories yelling Kiken, Kiken!


Sometimes what looks large from a distance, up close, ain’t never that big. -Bob Dylan


It is bravery when the risk is recognized. 


2 comments:

  1. Tone, theme... I get it. But they still don't feel like a cohesive whole in any significant manner.

    That stated, I still dig 'em!

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  2. meandering thoughts spewing forth from random muses seems more to form than linear storytelling, if you ask me. We don't need an excuse to create, but sometimes a good stick poking helps me get there

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