Meeting the Requirements

For Friday Fictioneers – May 3, 2013

Copyright -KentBonham

Wobbling within our habitation – wandering and confused, almost wondering why, but still composing, constructing, rearranging and conceiving it again in different light at different angles in differing times from different points of view, almost like a structure or a form foaming out of content like both sides of a two-way mirror – what we’ve made of what we’re made of – making tremendous spackled multi-entried exits and shifting permeable boundaries – you push, I push, we pull – it changes – look again and reconsider, same as considering anew or forever beginning while still it’s taking shape, working it over even when we’re not working – not really – detail upon detail after detail ever only under one single purpose – to be functional.

N Filbert 2013

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22 thoughts on “Meeting the Requirements

  1. i looked and felt “wobbling” and the neurons & molecules took care of the rest, however, now that you’ve mentioned it, the fact that the aesthetic has hung on so long must indicate significant function for us methinks

  2. This has a trance like feel to it.
    At times it seems it’s about the building, then it seems it’s about the dwellers, then it seems it’s about relations in general.
    Very nice take on the prompt, something that can be read over and over again.

  3. That is a wonderful representation of the hurdles and hoops of one’s mental life as we pursue our beginnings and our ends, and all else in-between. Gaudi’s unusual/unorthodox structure certainly lends itself to such representation. A very interesting take; I thoroughly enjoyed. 🙂

  4. You’ve done it again! I loved ‘what we’ve made of what we’re made of’ especially. Great stuff. Not sure I could handle more than 100 words at a time though!

"A word is a bridge thrown between myself and an other - a territory shared by both" - M. Bakhtin

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