“Winter Solstice”: ‘The Stealing (Litany + Logos) of the Hours’: ONLY. EVER. EACH.

The longing for human solitude.

The fear of it.

Left alone / all-one to ‘one-self’: “one” “self” (being).

“Thank you ‘god’ for clear pee”, it says, standing over the toilet, after hours of only drinking water (in its alternate forms as well – vodka, fruits juices, coffee, vegetable, including ‘straight’ H2O).

Cobwebs woven on moving shoes, slow, and methodical progress…

death.  Impossible.  Inevitable.

The shallow deeps.  (The quick (shallow) & the dead (deeps)).

Radiance, swallowed.

Each.  First.  Day.

Begins.

“Human Solstice”: every longest shortest.  Every.

  • It’s never more or less than: this.  This one.  This.  Now.

Begins: only always.  Only ever.  Only each.

Do you have a sense of the ‘present’?  The only, every, each, NOW/HERE?

Without recall.

Only ever only each.

NOW.

HERE.

Happy so.

Grateful so.

Miracle THIS.

Just now.

Anytime, wherever.

 Begins.

Ends.

Now.

Here.

All-Ways.

‘Hello, I wish…’

 

[HAPPHOLIDAYS]

 

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

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