Summer 2017 – Dream Pop Press
Art of the delirious works wonders. Zann Carter taps a toe to the rhythm, a syncopated rhythm of course. Forever feels long but really it speeds by a lot faster than anybody possibly could imagine. To arrive at malaise requires a full tank of gas to truly get there.
Nostalgia slips away naked because nostalgia is such a naked impulses anyway. Paula Cisewski watches yet another golem paraded in front of so many cameras because that is the way of the world: a cyclical sad thing. So much sorrow with too few having a fine place to call their own. The thing about sorry requires soil for the sorry to grow until it can be harvested for all to taste. Love lives in the world, lives out in the open surprisingly. Want needs a demonstration it wants it. Not too long ago the past served as a scary thing, a never going to happen again thing. For now the only question is not if the past will be repeated, but if it will happen again this year or next.
Matthew Reed Corey quotes the Ramones, no relation to the raven. Being a salt spoon offers so many challenges, especially in a cold war era CCCP submarine. The bus always goes to the swan the swan loves visitors, it desires them deeply. Raisins have an erotic aura to them when they are included in salads, for salads are sad things, so sad that raisins shine in such bleak environments. Aqua-leather really enjoys that artificial lemon scent, an artificial lemon flavor for the truly devoted few. Up in the heavens many sleepers sleep – the worldly world provides them with little entertainment. Chambers of hearts house many a ghost and many a spirit, who feast on the Gods for they are the new Gods. Magic of the Gods tastes particularly good, better than any mere mortal could possibly imagine. Lifespans feel unlimited in places without time – time serves as a human construct no other animal really cares much about it.
Brutal statics hurt. Krista Cox points out the horribleness of this math, how to make the percentages change to transform awful into statical insignificance. To find such a place can be impossible. So many variables exist within the singular highly personal equation, one with ratios one with asymmetry, the latter of which can create so many monsters. For to have so much power inequality leads to these problems, and shall continue to do so.