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Om eye steal hear?

Eye feigned eat a-musing
How wee flick-err inn duh dust --
Grayent ants, eyes sparkling
Black holes turned to rust...
How do ewe clean up the seat
Or flush them under
'neath the flashing feat
When ewe leave eat asunder?
Eye dare ewe...
           do ewe...hear?
Are ewe eve-end[e]ar[e]?

written 9/22/2008
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26 Sep 08

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you are the relief i find at the end of a long day.
 — 1994

welcome back fract -- how we glitter in the eye from a sparkle in the brain to a flowering of neurons firing all over again -- light to light bending toward infinity dark as darkest night without mass effect
 — AlchemiA

2 57 81     87 47 22 13        isnt it great knowing you can make someone
happy even for just a moment .....its elemental
 — unknown

lines 3 and 4 are great.
 — raskolniikov

1994, thank ewe. eye wasp ones ah refugee
end had loads off relief goods unloaded at my
feat butt never bothered too take nor eat any
thin. eye might've been 18 in '94 or wish i were
fat back then.

nice to see you back...[i suppose.]
: )
 — fractalcore

AlchemiA sir, thank you.

we all come back to the source

or rather

never leave it.

nice to see you again.

: )
 — fractalcore


it is great indeed as well as finding out you've
visited. the pleasure can never be shown in a
numeric scale...

so thank you infinitely.
: )
 — fractalcore

rask, if i believe what you think to be true,
i will be selfish; if i won't, i'll have wasted my time.

sorry, i just had a dose of pauline kael, hehe.
[thanks to joey.]
: )
 — fractalcore

Still enjoy reading this one :)
 — syrossoul

noodleman did this better.
 — unknown

hi, syrossoul.

so this piece is still here
as i am, hehe.

thanks for reading, dude.
glad you like[d] it.

: )
 — fractalcore

hi, unk.

noodleman is THE man.

thanks for reading.
: )
 — fractalcore

nice to hear that you're
enjoying yourself, unky.

just take it easy, ok?
: )
 — fractalcore

Yep, still love reading this - once a day usually.
 — syrossoul

in four, how about 'grayent ants, eyes sparkle'?
 — geckodrome

You mean 3 mike? This poem makes me shiver everytime i read it, no other poem has ever had that kind of impact on me. Its almost as if there is no space inbetween the author and the reader.
 — syrossoul

yes, '4' -- sorry!
 — geckodrome

ey, syrossoul.

they say there's a saturation point
to everything and i don't understand
why i can't seem to get tired of the
part of me i've laid down here...just
like how Gawd holds onto Himself
like the biggest egotist that He is.
i think some Buddhist guy got ass-
assinated in one of Bach's pieces --
i think it was Illusions, or One -- for
verbalizing the negative but truthful.

so black holes turn to rust, too, eye
soup-pose. and just imagine Gawd
making love to Himself.

[Gawd, [t]wat Om eye pokin' at, err
talk-inn a-bout?]

: )
 — fractalcore

mike, nice to see you drop by.

i got fond of your "grayent" so
i'm borrowing it; sparkle is too
rebellious a citizen to the -ing
regime and i ain't no switching
||3 & 4.

i know you posted in the forums
some stuff relevant to the con-
cepts here but i didn't really have
ample time for discussions then --
and even nowadays.

any other thoughts you have on
this one are always a good thing
to look forward to.

thank you always.
: )
 — fractalcore

Maybe the monk(ey) found that speaking from the ancient ba(r)ch(k), was a way to taste the suffering of his roots.


 — syrossoul


richard bach is one of the few authors
i can relate to; i'm sure you're familiar
with him.

i'm the proverbial monkee that's all-ways
lost on the trail maybe because i like the
sound of "lost" and the thrill of finding the
way back on track.

do you think one ever gets lost in a black

: )
 — fractalcore

Ah! i thought you were refering to the classical composer. I have'nt heard of your "bach", but you have sold him to me, shall be reading up !

Hmmm black hole, looking around the place - i dont'ne say anything thats all too familiar.
 — syrossoul

bach is quite a guy.
aren't all bachs great?

black hole is bach back to
his original self.

but that's beside the point.
: )
 — fractalcore

and thanks for always stopping by.
: )
 — fractalcore

yes, its standing next to point - stringing away.
 — syrossoul

this is in mint condition
 — unknown

hi, syrossoul and unknown.

i meant to be in a standing position
with my head supporting me but
wouldn't that be like tying a string
around my neck and minting
an onlivion-ish condition right
there and then?
: )
 — fractalcore

yea, fats like sew-in-sigh'ed
 — syrossoul

haha, you're funny.

welp, sue-wee-sighed
never ease, though aye
laugh et me-self off-ten.
: )
 — fractalcore

hi fract, how are you?
this came up random!
dare say though, this stuff still hurts my brain.
 — jenakajoffer

 — unknown

ey, jen.

i'm quite cool, thanks -- you?
very nice of you to drop a comment
and so sorry to give you a headache.
you should try the shoulder stand one
of these days and see what effects it

this actually was born of
wonderment and a bit of a few other
things so i don't really expect it to do
a relaxing massage service.

been missing your presence here, too,
like chuck's. stick around, please.

and take care.
: )
 — fractalcore

thanks so much for dropping
bye, unknown.

you amuse me.
: )
 — fractalcore

quantoom boompfh...

; )
 — fractalcore

maybe..how would one know? ;)
 — softyetharsh

lol, eh?
 — manuka

This write had a fun day with words.
Those are the best.

 — mandolyn