Series B: Cards #89-93


::: These went out a while ago. Still covering parts of DC and NYC. Still sending to mental health professionals. Though some have now gone to poets, too. The missing number will be posted, too. No more than one post a day. Many of the missing ones only went out on Friday, though. Image credit, link to postcard files, etc. at bottom. :::

In the annals of looking-
glass time, in the manner
of certain people, we found
a change of skin. Such as
the ways of moon-mice that
we knew of, there were
methods of breaking loose
minds from their injuries
& conceits. Afloat on the
associative (note: not commut-
ative) stream, he awoke to
a hidden mechanism crack-
ing into all his attempts at justice

Rapping on the walls, he
pondered whether there might
be hidden microphones. Wrap-
ping up the session, he consid-
ered new ways of motivat-
ing clients. Of course, every-
wants to be a poet…. Sti-
lling the mind, we check
whether each to the other is
chanting, the walls & the
vines & the pavements & the
ants. Seeing as it was so,
and the vines sounded as of
“budeok budeok” we eloped…….

Which between the 2 is the
roomier? Although head to
head comparisons. … Not really
what is done…. Yet the
gremlins in the walls are no
less than real. Producing
unwanted sorrow, the pre-
achers & old superstitions hid-
den down back alleys, they
create intense demands for
medecine…. The manic street
preachers (™), OTOH, create
instead entirely new imagined
cosmologies, often different every time.

Drop, Stop, & Troll. The stops
were ripped out of the cou-
rse, then. Among the morlocks,
people stood for something
real. Among the nightshades,
there was an overall change
in frequency distribution
curves of cognitions. Plants
do think, it is true! No
squamous pulsations of the
cellular matrix…. No peace
or silence… No upset… Just
the ringing empty. Let be, Let
be, Let be, Let do.

The rotations were said, but
not mutated. Rote, as it were.
Altering the words to fit the
moment & circumstance is ent-
irely correct. So. Let it be
said that no one could have
broken those codes without
dream contact. Let us see
what shakes out. No indoor
seances for spirits known to ha-
ve been claustrophobic, please,
no, no, no. So beyond the drag-
on’s eggs & fountains of youth, there
was overall a smell of fried onions..

Image: bittersweet nightshade plant
Message of the Day: Psychic Fugue Studio
10 Learnings from 10 years of Brain Pickings:
5. When people tell you who they are, Maya Angelou famously advised, believe them. Just as important, however, when people try to tell you who you are, don’t believe them. You are the only custodian of your own integrity, and the assumptions made by those that misunderstand who you are and what you stand for reveal a great deal about them and absolutely nothing about you.
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7 thoughts on “Series B: Cards #89-93

    1. I think I must’ve seen an article on translating those very poems? Like last month? It struck me, because I had been reading Salvia divinorum trip reports, and it struck me the thought that that while not characteristic of salvia trip, the idea that someone would perceive or believe in the vines making an audible sound from growing, would be just the sort of thing I would imagine to be characteristic of a Salvia experience. It is a favored word now… My (minimally successful) salvia experiences were a long time ago and improperly executed, but on one (in combination w/ other things) I melted into the ground and became part of a tree’s roots..


      1. very cool. the onomatopoeic words in Korean are beautiful, they stand in contrast to the language, which is so formal & un-decorative, then you come across pungshil pungshil which is the shape of smoke, a plume of smoke, almost sounds like a Dickens character.


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