ANYONE'S FINAL WORDS ARE INTERESTING,
whether they are closing a life or an email,
a blog post or a poem,
a letter hand-drawn,
writ in human hand,
in longhand, in whatever
syllabic or idiographic form*
~calligraphic meditative church-schooled-tense or scrawled~
suits the communicator (initializing, closing, morphing)
TO STEAL IS TO FORGET.
TO FORGET IS A BLADE NOTHING LIKE DARKNESS.
~FROM the bottom of one of GARY BARWIN'S BLOGs, SERIF OF NOTTINGBLOG, UNDER INFLUENCE OF
"I ANTHRAX THE HAZMAT OF YOUR HEART"
BLOG POST & INSTRUCTIONS; SUBSTITUTION TEXT USED minimal (EMAIL ADDRESS for name); altered spacing
"We're not the People of the Book,
we're the People of the Story."
~ image & text FROM ANI Greenwood'S EMAIL TAGLINE
The dreamer must fit the memory of the dream into the grammar of a language.
~David Koulack, Sleeping & Dreaming, To Catch a Dream
The Fly That Married The Bumblebee
vid1 ~ The Fly That Married The Bumblebeeisleofvinyl Jamming in the lab.
vid 2 ~ not shown; Burl Ives, Fiddledeedee (The Fly Has Married the Bumblebee) no link (vid 1 is a substitute for vid 2)
vid3 also not shown Burl Ives, Froggie Went A-Courtin'
(vid 3 is a substitute for vid 2, for which vid 1 is the substitute officially but this may also be used as an unofficial substitution in another direction or tradition that is closer to the initial, and, if preferred) link provided
*joke; ideogrammatic form may be more correct
(follow the link to Omniglot & find out)
"dance within the chains," Dream Within a Dream?