Her November Looks Good Nineteen

i’ve been playing now.. for hours lost
the way the shelled treasures of inner skull reflect
this will be my dock and airport
or building to leap from, scraping sky
while waiting for years as they pass
who’s excited or shook to life
“too close together” set afloat
the purity of the good ol’ days ahead of us

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more from side b… originally by typewriter

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liner, fuel, play, wait, issue, ice, audience, scene

Comments

  • Dead as a Dodo Limited
    Dead as a Dodo...over 3 years ago

    Short yet really emotionally moving..
    I’m still sometimes apprehensive about commenting on your writing because I don’t want to pretend I know what you’re talking about specifically or about the feelings your writings are meant to represent. On the other hand, I hate offering a simple ‘good work’ as if I were a teacher giving you a gold star! So, sometimes I have to think long and hard about how best to comment your work. Don’t take that badly, it’s certianly not because I’m short of praise for your style and moving words, but because I would hate to offend you.
    On that note, to reduce the risk of making myself sound stupid by offering my assumptions, I’ll simply say that you do have an incredible talent for words and I think they could potentially sound good as a song, (depending on the type of mood you’re trying to set with your pieces).
    Great stuff – keep it up =)

  • i very much cherish your comments on my work. and i think you have some very valuable quilities not only as a member of this community and as an artist.. but as a person as well. i feel like i can see your attempts to take gentle care with your words(and therefore some mental and physical actions) and that is something i can truly appreciate, much like the depth and time you put into what you’ve shared with me as far as art and your feelings on my work go. i’m humbled that you enjoy my work enough to let me know so. i don’t think i’d be offended by any thoughts you’d have on the matter. trust me, there are no worries on this end. i’m just glad to have you involving yourself at all, especially with the amounts of mind and care you lend. by conversing with you and viewing your art, i consider your words unlikely to sound anything far from intelligent. but there’s no pressure, it’s okay to be silly sometimes, i certainly wouldn’t think less of you. and again, i’d like to kindly thank you for viewing this and for complimenting my style so genuinely and just trying to see it for what you can. i write these passages through many different moods and feels and i try to cover many aspects and perceptions that i try to embrace and then share. but over all, i always attempt to contribute a positive message. it’s pretty much something that i live for through my art. perhaps someday i’ll make something further of these words. for now, i’m just content with getting them out there and reaching with people. and i just want to have anything but a negative effect on my fellow beings, despite the many angles i may appear from. on an ending note, you’re much appreciated (:

    – alsounknownas

  • MaryMac
    MaryMacover 3 years ago

    Nice muse…i leaped when I read,“…the purity of the good ol’ days ahead of us…” WOW so profound a thought, reminiscent, hopeful, and perfect~~~
    Peace and harmony to you always, B.

  • thank you, i’m glad you were able to gather some emothion from this, i much appreciate it! peace and harmony to you always as well andrea.

    – alsounknownas

  • Redviolin
    Redviolinover 3 years ago

    Beautiful , floaty , evocative words..they transport me..and I am calm…thank you.

  • that’s wonderful, you are warmly welcome.
    and thank you as well.

    – alsounknownas

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