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put this moment in my pocket and make a plaster cast to hang above my bed leaving the actual moment to languish on a shelf so I can dust it every day and behold its radiance
spin this moment into fine gold thread and weave it into sailcloth and use it to catch the wind and set my raft into motion
- -and use the remainder to sew together quilt pieces and wrap it around me when the wind gets harsh
sublimate this moment and keep the vapour in an ornamental carafe to spray on my pulse points in formal situations
shape this moment with soft laser light and form the moment into rose-colored lenses to permanently obscure and define my
"Particleboard falls apart really easy. Those Styrofoam beds are impossible to sleep on. I can't stand the smell of Swedish food."
"Even the meatballs?"
"Even the meatballs."
"But they're so cute."
"Sure, they're cute. But every time we go there, I have premonitions of salmonella and e coli infections. You know what they say. In Mexico, don't drink the water. In Sweden, don't eat squished up pieces of animal flesh."
"It's not my fault that you have something against Scandinavians."
"I have nothing against Scandinavians. I fucking love Scandinavians."
"Then what's the problem?"
"I love Scandinavians. I hate their futons."
"Why do I th
Current music, new wave. Current mood, covert.
I'm doing it again, and the day hasn't even reached noon. How does one know that one's an addict? There has to be some kind of informal quiz. Question 1, do you indulge in the morning? Question 2, do you indulge alone?
Question 16, would you rather read popular literature than be intimate with your significant other?
At least I got one question right.
The latest faceless agent in a long line of unjudged covers, this new release, I have a vague understanding that it's called Noise. The author is Jeff Schumacher. He's the season's hot writer, the amateur sociologist and brand-name anarchist who
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