Thursday, November 09, 2006

I Welcome You!

I cannot regret what I cannot express.

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Warm tastes sweet and sometimes bitter; cold can seem salty or sour.

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I can count aloud odd numbers to 1000 in 23 minutes.
World record: 22:34

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One source of anxiety: the inability to tell what people
are thinking about you as you walk past them.

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I came home to reason.

My tangerine valentine.

Orange purse in my face (corduroy).

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I wanted to hold you, but I was uncertain how to hold you. I held you
gently, with uncertain tenderness.

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"I go to bed thinking about waving, I get up
thinking about waving. But now I don't want to
get up. That's the whole thing in a nutshell."
-Joseph Charles, Symbol of Street Corner Friendliness

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Let me have some of what you need me for.

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Keats lay dying as he was sketched.

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"Clearly, he writes, the gist of the whole thing
is to make endurable, with a modicum of art,
a way downward, at the end of which stands,
with no art at all, death." -Gert Hofmann from
"Casanova and the Extra" in Balzac's Horse.

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I'm losing my impatience to be nothing to anyone.

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The heat transfer years.

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Q: What is left unaccounted for after representation reaches its limits?

A: The real!

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