Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Please Get Better at Being Good

If I were to say that all things like clothes cut off you with a knife were a way to be free then what knife would you use? If a sleeping pattern were interrupted for years or a loud hissing or cracking sound maybe jazz, maybe not. But it should be cold in the room, it should cause you to shiver a bit even with warm coffee in your hand in a mug or a determined look on your face sandalwood room spray or the vitamins you took moments ago that make your skin feel flushed or tingly. People should bring the paper to you with notes written in the paper inside a styles section in red pen they should put those messages there that are simple asking simple things when you read it you are not required to answer you should just mouth the answers as though reading and moving your lips or not at all but you should have a look that can be observed from say, binoculars. A sold out situation that really means closed for good or please be god or come to the neighborhood with useful products or something to save us. Call someone and ask permission to do X to another person or use the idea of that person to say hello or become friends with that person in a friendly way say by offering help around the house or loaning a small sum of money to purchase computer software or bread. And then all the rest of these ideas might be better articulated in books. Though when it comes to sleep or the contemplation of sleep it is better to sleep than to read or theorize about sleep. If sleep won't arrive on its own then please be good or please get better at being good even if you fail you will still have to live with yourself.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Je t'aime. Period.

7:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"when it comes to sleep or the contemplation of sleep it is better to sleep than to read or theorize about sleep."


10:55 AM  
Blogger Todd Colby said...

Liz! So good to see you here. I've got a sublet in Lizzyville that I visit regularly. WORD!

7:23 AM  

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