Unexpected Murmur


digital deterritorialization

browsing through pictures

at least they exist in some form

 

leaning back

contraption on the lap

browsing through

 

experience mitigates aches

severity, overblown and misrepresented

nature has become irrelevant

 

mental reterritorialization

tired of words about words

people want images

 

not imagery

only thoughts

tired of poems about poems

22 thoughts on “Unexpected Murmur

          1. You strike me as the type of person to laugh at your own jokes. By the way, this is relevant in that it’s a demonstration of the internet disconnect I was referring to

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