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=----------------------------- therefore something should come together
between the two bodies separated by a serrated division, vertebra one
among other. pain is this logging-out, is the collapse of the backbone,
the melting or melding of the body as it begins to disappear.the body's
not here either, the body is a square, is a playing-field, the body is a
holding-pen.the i is a stream of i's, of eyes, these appear as if it were,
but just imminent, as if just momentary, just for a minute.drying, in
other words a stain or residue, we can say a conversation is a drying, a
drying-out.in other words, you're saying this is dust, this is red dust,
this is a failure or faltering, this blows away.it's already no longer
here. -------------------------= A and M . org
=-------------------------- one can considered the order as an
inscription, an imperative: the body hanging from bone, the bone as
bone-order, as a cleared and proper body. you might log into this, you
might log into me, you might log out.it's not here, the body's not here.
the holding-pen is where it begins to fall apart, where pain dominates.
i'm exhausted now, i'm not making any sense. the I changes to i.eyes can't
hold up the body. they're not bone. eyes begin to fall apart, to take the
backbone apart. and it goes limp, it doesn't do anything, it's just a
pool, it's damp, it's drying.so this is drying, drying-out, this is a
crackling, a dust-bowl or dust-storm.this blows away, this crinkled. pain
is like that, pain dries up, pain disappears. i disappear too. the body
disappears.

one can considered the order as an inscription, an imperative: the body
hanging from bone, the bone as bone-order, as a cleared and proper body.
you might log into this, you might log into me, you might log out.it's not
here, the body's not here. the holding-pen is where it begins to fall
apart, where pain dominates. i'm exhausted now, i'm not making any sense.
the I changes to i.eyes can't hold up the body. they're not bone. eyes
begin to fall apart, to take the backbone apart. and it goes limp, it
doesn't do anything, it's just a pool, it's damp, it's drying.so this is
drying, drying-out, this is a crackling, a dust-bowl or dust-storm.this
blows away, this crinkled. pain is like that, pain dries up, pain
disappears. i disappear too. the body disappears.
-------------------------= A and M . org
=-------------------------- we're beginning this talk as if it were coming
from A and M, and therefore something should come together between the two
bodies separated by a serrated division, vertebra one among other. pain is
this logging-out, is the collapse of the backbone, the melting or melding
of the body as it begins to disappear.the body's not here either, the body
is a square, is a playing-field, the body is a holding-pen.the i is a
stream of i's, of eyes, these appear as if it were, but just imminent, as
if just momentary, just for a minute.drying, in other words a stain or
residue, we can say a conversation is a drying, a drying-out.in other
words, you're saying this is dust, this is red dust, this is a failure or
faltering, this blows away.it's already no longer here.

one can considered the order as an inscription, an imperative: the body
hanging from bone, the bone as bone-order, as a cleared and proper body.
you might log into this, you might log into me, you mgight log out.it's
not here, the body's not here. the holding-pen is where it begins to fall
apart, where pain dominates. i'm exhausted now, i'm not making any sense.
tthe I changes to i.eyes can't hold up the body. they're not bone. eyes
begin to fall apart, to take the backbone apart. and it goes limp, it
doesn't do anything, it's jstust a pool, it's damp, it's drying.so this is
drying, drying-out, this is a crackling, a dust-bowl or dust-storm.this
blows away, this crinkled,. pain is like that, pain dries up, pain
disappears. i disappear too. the body disappears.

we're beginning this talk as if it were coming from A and M, and
theerrefroore something should come together beteween the two bodies
separated by a serrated division, verbetrtebra one among other. pain is
this logging-out, is the collabe ofpse of the backbone, the melting or
melding of the body as it begins to disappear.the body's not here either,
the body is a square, is a playing -field, the body is a holding-pen.tehe
i is a strem of am ofeam of i's, of eyes, these appear as if it were, but
just imminent, as if just momentary, just for a minute.drying, in other
words a stain or residue, we can say a conversation is a drying, a
drying-out.in other words, you're saying this is dust, this is red dust,
this is a failure or faltering, this blows away.it's already no longer
here.