Reflections on a Vomiting Girl (#poetry)

The men are like insects
around a corpse,
scrutinous faces
scavenging the remnants
of her,
scavenged. Continue reading

An Erotic One (#poetry)

My ideal for sex
is of bored eyes;
bored eyes
and an idle finger in her sex
then left.

Continue reading

Breath Cycle (#poetry)

Against Analysis

“To produce is to force what belongs to another order (that of secrecy and seduction) to materialize.” (Baudrillard, Forget Foucault, pg. 37)

Preamble

The following is a reflection on a tendency of modern, techno- informational capitalist societies: the tendency to ‘analyse’, become ‘self-conscious’, to ‘decide’ or ‘choose’. It is a tendency which is demonstrated in David Foster-Wallace’s This is Water commencement speech and its character is exampled by the following excerpt:

“’Learning how to think’ really means learning how to exercise some control over how and what you think. It means being conscious and aware enough to choose what you pay attention to and to choose how you construct meaning from experience.” (David Foster-Wallace, This is Water, 8:10)

As a background, it is worth noting that Continue reading

The Deep (#poetry)

The latest thought
to occupy me, is that
in the deep of reverie
lies an essence Continue reading

Against Bodies (#Poetry)

Today, in-the-world,
I decided to scar my face: Continue reading

Bus Girls (#poetry)

They are screaming and we are looking.
They are something of all
this metal, mechanics and speed, Continue reading

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