Reality Beach Issue #2
Birthdays are real. People celebrate them for reasons unknown. Those contacted by Luis Neer are particularly fantastic. Not everybody receives his words of encouragement. When nervousness reigns the only thing that happens to a tongue is it becomes a leaf, eventually falling out in autumn in a beautiful fragile way. So much beauty exists in the world but it too often obscured by various blankets, the many ways that the days unfurl. Days can be harsh too especially the ones with all the crying in public. Lots of people move to cities so they can cry in public without judgement. At large the world is a vast array of resources, many of which possess such power that they are never even counted.
Studies of Emojis are real. Margaryta Golovchenko lets them stand guard outside of a door. The unforgotten can never be claimed that is how it works. Gardens are borne out of this forgetfulness the way nature claims back what it previously ruled. Walnut shells add to this splendor. Within this world there is the way to let the gentle touch the sprinkle of chocolate to add to the overall mood of the place, the atmospheres. Paintings, canvases, they rest waiting for when the touch returns once more to give vision.
A thesis of spring sounds bright. Right in the midst of a winter spring looks amazing. Micah Zevin adds to this experiment, going all radical with the philosophies. Really everything becomes radical when dealing with allergies. Bodies rebel against the beauty of the world, making it impossible to enjoy the flowers when they create such pollen. Even a knife can be thought of in a critical way, like why did anything ever need to be taken asunder in such a cruel vicious way. Yet there are fruits, the packaging of a thing that necessitates such a thing. With a thesis everything begins to fit into it, with the sharpened mind everything can get cut, can get add, it depends. Pop culture references filter their way into the mix, as academia and the world at large can be one.
People own their love. They sell their time. Nolan Allan knows the amount charged on an hourly rate is never enough. Crying happens from such empty exchanges. No simple tricks can prevent such a thing from happening. Eventually it all becomes too much. A person can make something beautiful though the amount of effort can never be fully compensated. Sad faded Doritos all dressed up with nowhere to go besides to be forgotten like excessive overproduced garbage.