Any one hidden once may
be shown. Whole/parts
Any thing e may signify. A dot, a jot, a little tic
to the smooth tight stretched string remnant
of a once noble and good idea, with all the best
sci-entious knowers of numerical ways and means
of propagating an aspect of realty
we need to know. we do, we must know, we feel it
courios. curio. imp-ul-pel, **** and blow, inexorable
pop the foolish thought. why, would I?
ah, gigo go go take out the trash
but it's real, it can't be
real is the absolute most worth in any ever imagined.
Wanna go there?
Step inside my mind, the liars used then said,
we yoosta say,
read'em 'n'weep… sweep sweep
sweep m'chimbly fuerboy, while I sort through the ash,
into central London feels surreal every time things fall off from the everyday
in the vicinity
of Bow, Stratford and Mile End
in a flash
s'jew see that, the light house danced, a little.
-- Evvy Pax, my grandson finale, thinks
Pokémon! Those are everywhere, sending messages,
with seeming uncertain sounds,
help, we've fallen, and we can't get up.
Call to Emergency Locators: SHOW THE WORLD
PEACE OF MIND, WHENEVER YOU ARE AWAY,
let emergency locaters know and we notify you,
after we call the authorized property protectors.
------ that was 1991, on Texas Street
------ four years prior to the Fred Pryor Internet in a Day
the resumé of a myth,
cliché resumes… this is that mythic stage, plain, flatout
Bums and truly rich beings who live to tend fires in minds
resting from tirades tuned to deaf ears determined
to serve com-plete, full to
the limit of the fire's reign, gno se? Fuerverge,
the character first to reveal the valour in the name
Keeper of the sharpest stick,
the stick that did not burn, but stirred morning fires.
Arize, cousins, sing in the son with the birds and lizards.
Hoo Hoo who RAH YA 'LL AI AI AI served you, see
De - as in
late 14c., "having no deficiency, wanting no part or element; perfect in kind or quality; finished, ended, concluded," from Old French complet "full," or directly from Latin completus, past participle of complere "to fill up, complete the number of (a legion, etc.)," transferred to "fulfill, finish (a task)," from com-, here probably as an intensive prefix (see com-), + plere "to fill" (from PIE root *pele- (1) "to fill").
In this end, we get what we made life worth getting.
Sound crazy. All way at once. Con vergence sense.
A page in a novel in the state of constant originating, with a frosting of quantum foam- the chapter is here: