Imaginary reality in bite slices

Vasile Stan

Brampton, Canada

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Going through a low point in the “imaginative perception” of art, the world seems to look inside itself and find nothing to love… to then, look outside and find nobody worth the time… at which time, looking back in, here’s this train to Spain, and France, and Alps, and Melbourne, Tokyo, North Pole, San Fran and other imaginary realities of our desires, all cut in bite slices for the ease of mind…

Mind blowing this abstract world. And yet, we keep trying to make sense out of the no-sense-at-the-first-glance holographic reality.

Written today, 7 September, 2009, with the clear purpose of confusing further the left side of the brain.
Confucius was quoted here today for the first time to have said: Confusion is good when it leads to nowhere… but heart.

Now, for those who reached this point of my writing, here’s a bit of musical reward for the pain of reading all above.
Oh Carlos, your heart is on your sleeve and the sleeve rubs so beautifully against my heart.

Not your taste? Sorry, this one doesn’t come unsalted.


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