Panopticon Viewership for Influencers

1. A history text-book was left open on the dashboard,  Through the windshield, read a statement, highlighted in green: “The State is a recent invention.” Accepting this concept,  Martha entered the Mall And proceeded to shoplift various items She considered crucial for her survival.  Red eyeshadow to disguise her laugh-lines. Make-up remover wipes to take-offContinue reading “Panopticon Viewership for Influencers”

Honest History

Headlights captured pebbles, Ancient charisma mistook the chiseled ArCh For Hercules’ jawline. Air quote hiss… Recognized in popped tires and elephant signals. Waved off shadows. Parrot (i) traded in reality For the proper height. An inch off the jawline. A foot from the road And Pink And Purple Blush designs accosted his smile Left sandContinue reading “Honest History”

The 1st Mistake of the Paper Trail

  1. The night Beethoven detailed his loud affections for expiration in the Heiligenstadt Testament he dropped his pen and heard nothing. He stood at the apex of equal footing, lifted his nose to the impending eve and descended behind the notion of Napoleon slaughtering muddy waters to build a dry bed for orchestral fingersContinue reading “The 1st Mistake of the Paper Trail”

History of A$H

A smile is borrowed if ash lands on a person’s cheek and they wince in correspondence as wrinkles flick gray sprinkles to the accepting air. But if wincing fails “borrowed” rejects its description and takes on the moniker of stolen. These gestures are formatted like a chess-board to include outcomes when A happens B doesContinue reading “History of A$H”

Poetry: a NON-Verbal Translation

Poetry in the mead-hall after feasting was Beowulf accompanied by familiar pop melodies which to-day are repeated via transmission through the electromagnetic spectrum. The progression from verbal throat swells, held to Anglo-Saxon interpretation, assessed in real-time was void of phenomenal proclamation. Philosophers of yore instead deemed this the Word of God (or Gods), held toContinue reading “Poetry: a NON-Verbal Translation”