Wednesday, May 11, 2005

turntable...

turntablism is the word of the day. one of us goes missing. this is where you'll find him. discussing with piano hands.

two new plant books today. new to me. one 1950ish and b&w. exotic houseplants. one nicely illustrated. line drawing. watercolor. also houseplants.

sister: what did he die from?
me: alcohol. that's my guess.
sister: yeah, but psoriasis of the liver? wait! that's not it!
me: no. but that would be a problem.

all this scratchins make makin me rich me rich...

aloe. allay. it doesn't get less dead.

next question. is it of great concern? aye/nay.

make with the wrap up. make with the interview end.

sword of omens give me sight beyond sight!

foresee/foresaw. peaksy. i was going to say presentiment. about face. but these cases just appear. seers i believe go asking for it. if you look in entrails you see entrails. can't say fairer than that.

fairer than that.

than that than that. i made it from scratch. you like?

the sap may produce a rash...

allergens. would they persist if half cat? producer! really keep your skin to yourself.

i've heard they grow kitty grass. for the housebound feline. used to be temples for bast.

drunkards on the grass. alas.

skipskippityskipskip...

5 Comments:

Blogger geegaw said...

Humans kind of are producers already, in that lots of people are allergic to the mites that live in the dust of skin flakes that we shed. Shudder. Wish shedding skin flakes was the cure for allergies, though...

5:26 AM  
Blogger dishpantheism said...

yes. humans and their flaking skin. and the mites. and the special pillow cases. the air filters.

i wish shedding skin was a cure for allergies, too. i don't suffer from allergies really but so many around me do. hmm. there may be something to that...

1:39 PM  
Blogger yukino said...

I didn't realize until rubbing my arm the other day how much skin was coming off! Moisturize! Exfoliate! The need for product is overwhelming.

3:45 PM  
Blogger geegaw said...

Yeah isn't it embarassing how many artificial fluids sustain us? I guess if we lived in the forest we'd have a constant cycle of particles streaming off of us and being incorporated in the grass, insects, etc. which we then would eat...

7:56 AM  
Blogger dishpantheism said...

yes, we shed like the dickens.

i'm in pretty sad shape without lip balm.

10:06 AM  

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