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from the small notebook (rough drafts)

From Who Sleeps with Who

There is no deciding what breaks. My eyes take forever to adjust. The hard fish. A Bielsko Biala summer. Hand in hand.

Immediate heartbreaking magical combinations of the fragmented.

Be bolder Sisyphus. What are we humming? Like bedded with unlike. What bed doth rock our bones?

A moan under the tables. Our suffering is your suffering. This Tropicana elevator parrot music at the local Westminster Starbucks.

Hard cums round. Try not to rush the passage from comedy to tragedy. Life does a fine job on its own.

I need to retire to another room. The so called LIVING room.

That pancreatic rabbit the fox sorrow outside the night window. To dance to slurp to . . . . . . .
That boyhood dew that mildewed ceiling.

Who runs through these twists? Night the marker doth.

The child grows like many over yon town into auto sound. Nay knave. Looping knave.

Assuage the villainous levels of digressions. O're the lock smell

THAT CLUBBED FISH

THAT CLUBBED FISH

A man in heat.

I can't find my horse.

This has everything to do with love.

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